The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act is a false idol. If it stopped terrorism or caught bad guys, the spooks who drool over our most intimate data would produce evidence showing that. Yet they don’t.
As you find yourself buying bulk rice and toilet paper to prepare for the effect of coronavirus, let me offer one piece of advice: I can’t tell you whether gold or real estate will be sound investments. But there’s one can’t-miss place for your money: pay off your credit cards.
Republicans and Democrats should join together to curtail the unchecked and unpunished abuse perpetrated by our own government.
George Papadopoulos’s tantalizing firsthand account offers keen insights into the real origins of the Trump-Russia collusion hoax.
These 2,000 attorneys are all free to cast their votes against the president in November. Ironically, the get-Trump forces have spent so much time trying to find a shortcut alternative to making their case to the voters, they’ve deprived their candidates of the oxygen needed to build support.
The Justice Department is rubbing the public’s nose in its power to use the Foreign Agents Registration Act to punish political opponents while giving a pass to allies.
The Justice Department has taken the blindfold off Lady Justice so it can protect its political allies and punish its enemies. Courts and Congress have been powerless to shame them. If a few tweets are causing mild discomfort inside the department, the president should keep tweeting about this as often as possible.
The slow motion suicide of the Democratic Party is bad for everyone. Democrats, please put down the get-Trump crack pipe and do your job.
On Tuesday February 11, 2020, Special Assistant United States Attorney Aaron S.J. Zelinsky filed a notice of withdrawal from the criminal case against Roger Stone. […]
Increasingly, though, the angry accusations sound like the ravings of a street corner preacher condemning to Hell everyone who isn’t just as unhappy as they are.
Hating the president is good business and it works as a near-guaranteed immunity from prosecution.
The president should take action to exploit this very short window in which his exhausted opponents cast about for their next fake “bombshell.” They’re going to complain about Trump anyway. He might as well give them something to complain about.
Before we tear up executive privilege, Adam Schiff should first be required to prove that the original Ukrainian prosecutor was “corrupt” and that the inquiry into Joe Biden’s involvement in the prosecutor’s removal was “baseless.”
The get-Trump movement is legal nihilism and the antithesis of the rule of law.
Senators will silently endure Schiff’s prancing and twirling in his new special make-up that suppresses those rosy apple cheeks.
All of these stories end the same: Before the dust can settle to reveal the last dud, another one explodes to distract us all. The formula is getting tiresome. Is there anything good on Netflix tonight?
Mitch McConnell will not abide by the kangaroo court rules Adam Schiff used in the House and Nancy Pelosi seeks to impose on the Senate.
The former FBI director authorized and lied to perpetuate an investigation that tore this country apart. He didn’t want the truth about Carter Page. Quite the opposite.
If you enjoy watching Trump haters fall flat on their faces, 2019 was a year of political bloopers even more side-splitting than the best cat videos on YouTube.
In the absence of consequences, there’s nothing to deter continued lying to courts to spy on Americans and interfere in elections. The former deputy attorney general’s unmolested freedom proves his promises of accountability were as false as the FISA application he signed.