One week after branding Trump’s visit to a historic church as a dictatorial photo op, legacy media lavishes praise of Democratic photo op.
An additional 140 House Republicans joined a lawsuit Friday seeking to end proxy voting used by the lower chamber this week for the first time in history.
Two House Democrats cited the ongoing public health pandemic for their absence in Washington while attending the space launch in Florida.
After spending the months preceding the global pandemic in a futile impeachment attempt, House Democrats are now again trying to impeach President Donald Trump.
The House speaker not only wants to use the coronavirus pandemic to entrench Obamacare, she wants to make taxpayers fund abortion in the process.
After spiking a bipartisan Senate bill aimed at relieving the millions of American’s affected by the Wuhan coronavirus Sunday, Nancy Pelosi sneaked non-related, radical Democratic wish-list items into her own COVID-19 bill overnight.
The Get-Trump forces have deflated. Like a primal scream ending in soft whimpers, the impeachment charade has been a bust.
As long as Trump remains president, activists will continue to disrupt normal political processes, swarming buildings and storming hearings, claiming the system is corrupt, that there is a cover-up, and that the other side is cheating.
Democrats should not be permitted to ambush the president with information they failed to obtain as a result of their oversight, neglect, or unquenchable thirst to impeach.
Admitting that Trump was wrong but he shouldn’t be impeached is a terrible idea that assumes too much goodwill from Democrats.
Hope springs eternal for congressional Democrats, but to think John Bolton will take down the president is pure wish casting.
It was all calculated political theater, and almost certainly a play that will turn sour for her party while misfire after misfire confuses her base, incenses Republicans, and alienates the rest of us.
By refusing to send articles of impeachment to the Senate, Pelosi is asserting the primacy of the Democrat-controlled House over the GOP-led Senate.
Critics of Trump note that no crime is necessary to impeach the president. While that’s true, it speaks to how weak the Democrats’ case against Trump is.
Despite Wednesday’s long-expected vote and the media cheer group accompanying it, impeachment is going terribly for the Democrats.
The corporate media simply don’t have the power that they once did to control the narrative and control political outcomes.
The first phase of impeachment did not go well for Democrats. It needed to be a time when support for the inquiry and impeachment grew. Instead, it shrank.
It’s become clear that some witnesses in the impeachment probe have their own agenda, and not all of them are courageous martyrs for the truth.
Chairman Adam Schiff says he does not know who the whistleblower is, but threatened members if they outed the whistleblower’s identity. How would he know?
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