Republicans are in for a rude awakening if they think it's smart politics to steal another Supreme Court seat right before the election.
While the great majority of civilized nations have made significant strides in social progress, in the age of Trump Americans are worse off than they were less than nine years ago and the United States is nearing being designated as a “developing country.”
Pushing through a Supreme Court nominee could also bring down Mitch McConnell's Republican Senate majority.
It is much easier to find an ex-Trump staffer who has something bad to say about the President than to find someone who is willing to praise him. This is especially true if that former staffer worked in national security.
Donald Trump knew who William Barr was before he appointed him to be his Attorney General. Writing an op-ed in the Washington Post, Barr clearly signaled to Trump that he was more than willing to do his dirty work.
Meghan McCain’s role on The View is not exactly a simple one. She is tasked with giving a Conservative take while surrounded by largely Liberal hosts and the audience tends to skew Democratic as well.
When last week’s Atlantic story about Trump dishonoring the military hit the internet, the White House desperately looked for people to defend the President. Seemingly no Republicans in the House or Senate were willing to do so.
The Biden campaign has slammed Mike Pompeo’s upcoming speech at the Republican National Convention because he will broadcast it from Jerusalem, breaking diplomatic protocol.
The Secretary of State intends to speak to the RNC on Tuesday despite the fact the nation’s chief diplomat is not supposed to appear at political events and it may be a violation of the Hatch Act.
Due to family drama, the Lincoln Project recently lost a founding member in George Conway. While the lawyer says he is taking a break from social media, he promised that he is still completely behind the groups message.
There was an unexpected, but fairly important, revelation this past week that very few media outlets made a big deal out of – and as one straight-talking Vice President once said, this revelation was “a big f*cking deal.”
Democrats finished their National Convention Thursday night. The event received praise from all corners of the media, both Liberal and Conservative. Even Fox anchors like Laura Ingraham had to admit that Joe Biden gave an excellent closing speech.
Donald Trump did not have a good day on Monday when it comes to shoring up Republican support. Miles Taylor, who served at the DHS Cheif of Staff under Trump released an ad slamming the president and endorsing his opponent Joe Biden.
The state of North Carolina will relax its restrictions on public gatherings for the Republican National Convention (RNC) scheduled August 21 – 24.
The state’s health director and chief medical officer, Elizabeth Cuervo Tilson, said the Department of Health and Human Services, wrote in a letter to the RNC that restrictions on gatherings of more than 10 people will need to be relaxed for the event.
Donald Trump knows he's losing this election to Joe Biden, so he's teaming up with the Republican National Committee to steal it.
During an interview with MSNBC's Joy Reid, Steve Schmidt called the Republican lawmaker America's craziest and dumbest congressman.
Instead of putting that funding toward the nation's failing coronavirus testing system, the money is essentially a handout to defense contractors.
The Republican National Committee attempted to hide thousands of dollars in mask purchases by labeling the expense as building maintenance.
Donald Trump became the latest and most high profile Republican to attack Liz Cheney on Thursday. Several prominent members of the GOP have taken aim at her in recent days.
Allen West has been elected the new chair of the Texas Republican Party in a virtual convention held early Monday morning. The former congressman defeated the incumbent chairman.
Outgoing Chairman James Dickey was seeking a second term at the helm of the party but West managed to defeat him in the early hours of Monday morning.
Conservative Bill Kristol sounded a dire note about the future of the Republican Party this week. In an op-ed and a TV interview, he wondered if the GOP cause was lost.
Kristol published an article at The Bulwark on 14 July asking hard questions about the future of the party. He reiterated the view on MSNBC on Thursday night.