The FEC has been sued in federal court by government watchdog groups for failing to investigate accusations of the Trump campaign's coordination with Russia.
Donald Trump’s tweet about delaying November’s election set off a firestorm of reaction on Thursday morning with the President’s allies and critics weighing in.
During testimony before the Senate, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was asked about the tweet and he hinted that the election could be delayed under certain circumstances.
Trump is doing his best Nixon slush fund impression as the FEC has hit the president with 233 pages of campaign contributions that are prohibited, excessive, and impermissible.
The stable genius Donald Trump and his world-class lawyer/fixer Michael Cohen probably would be shocked to learn that the United States has federal laws that say how political campaign money can be spent, because based on their actions it seems that they don’t know that such laws even exist.
The media refuses shine a light on real corruption of Trump’s foundation, or report that he admitted guilt in using his foundation illegally.
"It violates the law to send fundraising emails to members of a foreign government on their official foreign government email accounts."
Democrats are not prone to demean a fellow Democrat’s character and it is an inclination many Democrats wish Senator Sanders would embrace.
"Congress has an obligation to use resources and taxpayer dollars effectively and efficiently and respect the men, women, and resources of DoD.
After spending just 8 dollars and 74 cents, the "Stop Chris Christie" PAC is declaring mission accomplished and calling it quits.
Rep. Ralph Hall (R-TX), 91, was seeking his 18th term in office this year. It appears that the oldest member of Congress will be forced to retire in January as Hall was defeated on Tuesday in a Republican primary runoff election.
The Department of Justice cannot allow the miscarriage of justice by any American under any circumstance, and because Romney is no longer running for public office, he is no longer above the law.
It appears there was at least one very specific reason for Mitt Romney's desperation to be president that the public was not aware of.
Three court cases and FEC complicity have left campaign financing in a high-dollar frenzy with the victor getting the spoils of a billion dollar election.