Trump judicial nominee Ryan Bounds withdrew his nomination after Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said that he couldn't vote for him, and he was going to be rejected by the Senate.
The meeting could have given Trump an opportunity to learn something about race relations in America, but he only made things worse.
A bunch of Republican real and presumed presidential primary candidates descended on Greenville, South Carolina, Saturday. The event was the "South Carolina Freedom Summit."
Some view South Carolina as the reddest state in the nation. After November 4th, it just might be.
After a couple of days of recovering from a 15-hour stint as head of a polling place and processing the latest primary results, here's what I make of the outcomes.
If I have a cause as a contributing writer to PoliticusUSA, it is to expose the ongoing and relentless attempts to render the Postal Service as a largely irrelevant errand boy for giant for-profit corporate interests.
Many Americans missed a Republican proposal to destroy the public school system because they were awaiting President Obama's State of the Union address
South Carolina senator Tim Scott declined an invitation to the March on Washington. Knowing his constituency, you can understand why.