This isn’t the first time James Comey placed himself at the center of a partisan attempt to oust a top Republican. He did the same thing in 2007.
It looks like Senate Democrats will block the nomination of Neil Gorsuch. It also means the end of the filibuster. Which is a shame.
If the NSA abused power, the information Nunes obtained will be useful. If not, his credibility will be blown. The media has no reason to assume the latter.
Chuck Schumer’s case against Neil Gorsuch relies on an argument that distorts the entire purpose of the Supreme Court.
Tom Price’s stock market trades are no different than thousands of trades made by Democrats over the years.
Republicans are extremists! If this sounds familiar, it’s because you’ve been hearing iterations of it from the moment you started following politics.
As the home of Donald Trump and much of Trump’s opposition, New York City is once again at the center of the battle to define and lead America.
Americans are governed by politicians who see fit to reimagine entire sectors of our economy and lives despite having little, if any, experience in these areas.
Mitch McConnell has vowed to block any of lame-duck President Obama’s Supreme Court nominees. Here are 10 other times Democrats did the same thing.
We’ll see a lot more talk of sedition as we move forward. Unless, of course, a Republican wins the presidency and dissent becomes a good thing again.
Would Schumer have opposed the Iran deal if there were any legitimate shot at overriding President Obama’s veto of a motion disapproving the deal? Doubtful.
Right now, it seems that the American public is realistic about Iran’s intentions. Or, at least, more realistic than our Secretary of State pretends to be.
Harry Reid doesn’t have the will or the charisma to rally the grassroots and political support to stop the president. But Elizabeth Warren does.
Democrats loved an anti-human trafficking bill until abortion rights groups demanded they fight it over a popular provision. Most complied immediately.
The context for the Cromnibus showdown was an internal debate within the Democratic Party about how much President Obama matters for their future.
The GOP not only has a strong political reason to fight Obama on executive abuse, they have a constitutional responsibility, as well.
Senator Ted Cruz is only looking out for himself. Just like everyone else in Washington.
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