Democrats have good reasons for wanting to move quickly now, but they might end up regretting it.
I’m so old, I remember when the Republican Party proudly stood up against Russian aggression and interference.
Every Thanksgiving family argument article is about how liberals handle the MAGA uncle. But what about pro-Trump and anti-Trump conservatives? This Bud’s for you, gang.
A judge has just ruled that the former White House counsel must testify. If the ruling stands, he’ll be on national TV, under oath. And so will others, maybe. Dum da dum dum.
Sondland was going to be the guy who bailed POTUS out. Not quite. And just think—if the Democrats had followed their original timid instincts, we’d never have known this.
Trump and his lackeys say the “deep staters” are ruining the country. In fact, these are the very people who’ve been serving their nation with dignity for decades.
Yovanovitch’s testimony, Trump’s tweet, and Stone’s conviction look like a turning point.
The lesson the “thoughtful” conservatives can’t seem to learn is that unabashed authenticity covers a multitude of sins, while voters can spot phoniness and weakness a mile away.
The GOP’s leading hypocrites, the apple-polishing-est toadies, seem to be Trump’s vanquished primary opponents who returned to the U.S. Senate.
I don't think it’s sunk in how damning these revelations are, partly because information is coming at us so quickly that it’s hard to fully digest it.