The Supreme Court ruled in the Citizens United case that corporations merited certain rights of personhood. The decision in this case became crystallized in the notorious phrase, “Corporations are people.”
When asked about his approach to education in last Thursday’s Democratic primary debate, Pete Buttigieg’s response boiled down the difference between his approach and Donald Trump’s to its most basic element. “Step one,” he said, would be to “appoint a secretary of education who actually believes in public education.”
The New York Times has deemed Rachel Maddow too opinionated and is refusing to let their reporters go on her MSNBC show.
The best chance of shifting America’s popular mind might be to focus on these campaign promises, keeping the conversation on what Trump has done. Has he worked for the American people? Or is he working for Trump and lining his own pockets?
Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson was on MSNBC to discuss the bombshell New York Times expose on the different checks Donald Trump used to reimburse Michael Cohen for hush-money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels.
When Matthew Whitaker assumed the role of acting attorney general in November 2018 after Attorney General Jeff Sessions was fired, it was part of a nefarious scheme by Donald Trump to subvert the Justice Department’s chain of command.
President Donald Trump said on Friday said he would refuse to “tone down” his rhetoric despite the arrest earlier in the day of one of his supporters who was charged with mailing pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and critics of the president.
Fox News host Chris Wallace slammed President Donald Trump on Friday for demanding that U.S. Department of Justice prosecute the person who wrote the anonymous New York Times editorial.
Fox News’ Chris Wallace slams Trump for his ‘disturbing’ demand to prosecute NY Times op-ed writer https://t.co/JRQV2cmlLk
After the anonymous op-ed piece appeared in the New York Times yesterday social media went wild with speculation about who its author might be. Only the Times editors know for sure, and they aren’t talking.
President Trump was on Twitter early Sunday attacking one of his favorite targets, the “failing” New York Times. He called Richard Nixon’s White House Counsel John Dean “a rat” and said “I have nothing to hide.” He also called the Mueller probe “McCarthyism at its WORST” and said the special counsel was investigating the wrong targets.
Former CIA Director John Brennan hit back at President Donald Trump in a scathing New York Times opinion piece after the president revoked his security clearance on Wednesday.
“In an op-ed, former CIA Director Brennan says President Trump revoked his security clearance to “scare into silence” critics”
The craziness that comes out of the Trump administration every day is almost too much to keep track of. And his Twitter account still hasn’t been shut down, which should have happened a long time ago in the interests of national security.
Today, John Dowd, one of several attorneys working on Mr. Trump’s legal team has resigned as was speculated by many. With reports of Trump’s disaffection with his legal team coupled with reports of his taking advice from more non-traditional individuals such as Fox News personality, Judge Jean Pirro. Fox news opinion personalities have urged Trump to simply “stop talking about the Russia investigation,” with more vocal personalities, such as Pirro telling Trump how he ought to proceed.
The book sold more than a million copies in just four days.
"As a former prosecutor, I can tell you that this just screams out consciousness of guilt. All these actions the president's taking to try to protect himself from the investigation."
With very little for this president to hang his hat on after a year of occupying the White House, it's no surprise that Trump resorts to telling blatant falsehoods to get him through the day.
Now he is actually glorying in telling the American people that he intentionally tried to deceive them to smuggle unpopular legislation harmful to the American people through Congress.
The administration can whine all they want, but this president has poured gasoline on America's racial divisions.
Sessions was so upset by the lashing Trump gave him that he sent a letter of resignation to the White House and called the Oval Office episode "the most humiliating experience in decades of public life."
Not only is Trump clearly unwilling and unable to do his own job, but he lashes out journalists for doing theirs.