Nothing has turned out the way the Resistance had hoped. Far from their fever dreams of global chaos and economic catastrophe, the Trump agenda is turning out to be surprisingly successful.
Democrats nationwide desperately want to impeach—preferably President Trump, but impeaching anyone would also be good, although not as cathartic.
Avenatti allegedly used the money to pay his expenses, including payroll for employees at his law firm and a monthly $3,900 payment for his leased Ferrari.
A deluge of hearings didn’t derail Obama or Clinton. Seeking to make up for Mueller’s failure to destroy the president will hurt Democrats more than it will Trump.
The Resistance has discovered the power of song, and it could be devastating for President Trump. In fact, it will surely lead to impeachment.
Apparently it’s bad to call for bipartisan solutions when it comes to fixing our broken criminal justice system, according to liberal pundits.
Twenty years ago, Jerrold Nadler argued in Congress that impeaching the president based on private, consensual sex was a ‘partisan coup d’etat.’
Too many Americans don’t really know what our rights and freedoms mean.
They respond to Trump like a junkie would: not by rationally accepting the situation, but by ripping out all the copper wiring and setting the house on fire.
Intending to paint Jeff Sessions negatively, the Times accidentally paints a diligent and effective agency head who is achieving results over the objections of a large, entrenched, and politically extreme bureaucracy.
Today, it is nearly impossible to fire the 2.8 million federal bureaucrats who staff the executive agencies, from which they issue rules that directly affect the lives of Americans every day.
Sometimes the ‘expert’ offered is worse than the chaos, and few do more of a disservice to the national conversation than CNN’s ‘chief legal analyst,’ Jeffrey Toobin.
Highlighted by an original Ben Folds song about Rod Rosenstein, the WaPo feature offers a play, some poetry, some illustrations, a graphic novel, and tote bag from a 2011 PBS drive.
If Donald Trump is incompetent, let him fail. The country might take a hit in the short term, but we’ll be better off facing the cold, unvarnished truth.
The confirmation hearings were better on the second day in one respect: We heard more from the candidate than from the senators.
The problem with the much-discussed op-ed isn’t that the author is anonymous, it’s that author celebrates nullifying a presidential election.
Devin Nunes is precisely why we know anything about Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee’s dishonest and bizarre activities. No wonder he’s a huge Democrat target.
Bret Easton Ellis says Hollywood is being ‘hysterically emotional about its liberalism’ by refusing to accept the reality that voters put Trump into office.
Becca and Garrett kept an open mind when building their relationship. In our hyper-politicized culture, more Americans need to do the same.
Clearly, the times have become serious. We no longer live in an age of comedy. We live in an age of essays about why the age of comedy has ended.
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