Trump foes dismiss any scrutiny of CrowdStrike as part of a “conspiracy theory.” But the tangled web between CrowdStrike, Democratic operatives, the Trump-hating media and the Obama Justice Department isn’t a theory, it is fact.
There’s a good chance the manufactured scandal already has softened Barr’s expected body blow to the Russiagate culprits by setting up a false equivalence. Justice might finally be served, but a weary American public might not care.
Democrats are poised to begin the impeachment process based on this latest controversy. It’s time for Republicans to uncover as much information as possible, including whether this scandal is an extension of the collusion hoax and whether it involves some of the very same players.
President Trump asked the Ukrainian president about CrowdStrike, the politically connected cybersecurity firm that investigated the alleged Russian "hack" of the Democratic National Committee's email server. Here's why that matters—and why it should not be ignored.
Very few journalists were willing to confront that scandal amid the cacophony of Trump-Russia collusion. Andrew McCarthy was one of them.
The former vice president was in the thick of the most norm-breaking act in modern political history.
The emotional, physical, and intellectual damage wrought by the climate change movement now is coming into clear view. It’s an outcome that should enrage every parent.
During Tuesday’s hearing, Democratic lawmakers called the former Trump campaign manager and private citizen a “chicken,” the “Forrest Gump” of corruption, and a “hitman” among other insults.
What’s the point of having political power if you can’t protect your own people from egregious attacks or punish lawbreakers?
In its now-corrected “bombshell” article, the New York Times over the weekend claimed to have identified yet another witness to Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged sexual […]
Americans finally are getting a close look at what a future controlled by climate freaks would really look like—and they are justifiably alarmed.
A coalition of old Bush hands and Big Oil companies is trying to seduce Republicans with a very bad idea.
This week, a federal judge ruled in favor of Playboy White House correspondent Brian Karem, saying his “constitutional interests . . . outweigh the White House’s interest in maintaining order.” Score another victory for the anti-Trump thugs and bullies.
The Michael Flynn “thing” President Trump discussed with James Comey in 2017 wasn’t Russian collusion. It was the bogus Logan Act claim.
In embarrassing fashion, anti-Trump pundits on the Left and Right are admitting that the president is getting the best of them.
The McCabe-CNN hookup is the latest in the long-running fling between the Obama Justice Department and the media.
Antifa in Bloomington, Indiana harasses a small family farm. Naturally, Democrats and the press blame Trump.
There is no supply if there’s no demand. The Times’ readers demand that their Trump-hating addiction is satisfied every day . . .
Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino provide a necessary refresher on the Kavanaugh confirmation and what to expect in 2020.
Lindsey Graham vowed to get to the bottom of the scandal. We’re still waiting.