Historically Unpopular Kavanaugh Nomination Puts Pressure on Collins

Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court is the most unpopular with American voters since the nomination of Robert Bork, according to a new poll.

In the meantime, supposedly pro-choice Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine is indicating she is likely to vote for confirmation of the anti-abortion rights Kavanaugh. As a result, many pro-choice activists and other progressives have already started funding a campaign to defeat her when she is up for re-election in 2020. read more

Don Jr. Proves He Is Ignorant and Clueless About the Law

Whenever we write about Donald Trump Jr. we discuss one of two things;

  1. His chances of going to jail for his many crimes, or
  2. His lies that he continually tells in interviews and on social media.

This morning he appeared on television on Good Morning America and used the opportunity to do something else: share his ridiculous and uninformed opinions about important news topics of the day. read more

With a Blue Tsunami, Democrats See a Chance For Senate Majority

With less than two months until the midterm elections Democrats find themselves in the surprising position of having a real chance of winning a majority in the U.S. Senate.

Because Senate Democrats have to defend so many seats this year in states won by Trump in 2016, Republicans have long thought they would increase their majority this year, but that doesn’t look likely now. read more

Ted Cruz’s Former Spokesman Says Beto O’Rourke Might Win

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Another Republican has said in public that Senator Ted Cruz of Texas could possibly lose his reelection bid to Democrat Beto O’Rourke.

Rick Tyler, who was formerly the communications director for Cruz during his 2016 presidential campaign, was on MSNBC Sunday talking about his ex-boss’s chances of winning reelection in the Lone Star State. Reluctantly, Tyler admitted that there is a very real possibility that Cruz might lose this year. read more

Trump Furious at White House Staff; Wants Hope Hicks Back

New reports out of the White House say that President Donald Trump is extremely angry about Bob Woodward’s book, and he is taking it out on his White House communications office.

The newest member of the communications staff is Bill Shine, who is reportedly catching the brunt of the president’s anger and frustration. Shine is the current White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications, and he spent most of his career as a producer and executive at Fox News before being asked to work for Trump. read more