‘The idea of resisting a democratically elected president and…really changing the norms on the grounds that we have to stop this president, that is where the shredding of our norms and our institutions is occurring.’
It’s now clear that Robert Mueller finessed Justice Department oversight in order to get damaging allegations about the president into the public space.
The notion that blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans or farmers are less capable than anybody else of complying with such a simple regulation is as absurd as it is insulting.
Partisans tend to conflate their policy preferences with ‘the rule of law.’ But you don’t get to fabricate a new Constitution just because you don’t like President Trump.
If the Justice Department is as incorruptible as its defenders claim, why are they freaking out about an inquiry into the Donald Trump investigation?
Neither Democrats nor Republicans are concerned about the sanctity of the ‘collusion’ investigation. That doesn’t mean they get to ignore the Constitution.
The Obama administration’s coddling of terror-supporting Iran should have been a massive national scandal. It still should be.
How do the media handle dramatic updates that counter their narrative? This week, text messages sent by Peter Strzok, a chief investigator of the Clinton and Russia collusion probes, were released to Congress.
Court documents reveal the opposition research firm at the heart of the Russia collusion case hired the spouse of a newly demoted Justice Department official to dig up dirt on Trump.
Donald Trump’s termination of illegal Obamacare subsidies is a win for those who genuinely care about the most basic workings of the Constitution.
In a recent motion, the Department of Justice told a group of religious leaders to stay out of a dispute involving religious expression.
Due process for everyone! Except, of course, gun owners with funny names who land on secret government lists or students who are accused of rape.
If the Senate wants to find the truth, it would ask James Comey to sit down with Robert Mueller first, and save the public testimony for some other time.
The media need to separate anger over Trump’s unfounded wiretap tweets from legitimate questions about Obama administration surveillance.
Trump opponents question whether his attorney general is allowed to follow Justice Department regulations, the Constitution, and the practices of presidents from both political parties.
James Comey’s letter to Congress was legitimate. And voters had every right to plug it into their electoral calculus.
If Barack Obama believes the FBI has used ‘innuendo’ rather than evidence against Hillary Clinton, doesn’t he have an obligation to fire James Comey?
The next Tea Party scandal is not only coming, it may already be happening. When it does, the charade will begin anew, and no one will pay a price.
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