So long as Trump remains the leader and face of the GOP, he will remind swing voters of the sewer of extremism the party has become.
Dick Morris (of all people) urged Bill Clinton to be explicit about the link between the GOP and domestic extremists. Clinton did not follow the advice, but now Joe Biden must.
Democrats will control Congress, but the newly radicalized court poses a grave threat to the incoming president’s ability to govern and to save lives.
Even the pope sees the problem with holding crowded services during a pandemic. But five justices now see a conspiracy against religion in any effort to respect science.
Unlike in 2000, there is little doubt about what the Supreme Court will do if it gets a hold of another contested election this year.
The prospect of six right-wing extremists in robes seeking to remake America may be the inevitable result of the court’s power grab that began in the early 19th century.
Just as Trump faced a state court order to provide his DNA, his fixer found a way to shift the case to the federal courts and get him off the hook at least through November.
A Keystone State judge—a Trump appointee, no less—asked the president’s lawyers for proof of vote-by-mail fraud. He got none—because there is none.
Trump will follow the John Yoo playbook in a second term: Doing whatever he wants, the law and Constitution be damned, and daring the courts or Congress to stop him.
Donald is getting the Hillary treatment now. Two big differences: He may have committed the crimes being probed, and he effectively demanded that the probe be made public.