The reliably conservative Wall Street Journal‘s editorial board criticized President Donald Trump in an editorial this morning, calling his murder allegations against former congressman and “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough “ugly even for him.”
The conservative assault on women’s basic human rights just doesn’t stop.
And just as the GOP hired Arizona-based sex-crimes prosecutor Rachel Mitchell to serve as a kind of figleaf to cover the obscene nakedness of their shameful misogyny, we also see Republican-aligned women coming out in full force to play an identity-politics game geared toward masking the extreme anti-feminist ideology steeping the conservative political agenda.
On Sunday we reported that “Trump’s trade war is hitting the agricultural Midwest hard as farmers in eight of the top ten soybean producing states that voted for Trump are going to be looking at bankruptcy as they are already being hurt by Trump’s trade war with China.”
Celebrants of the recent tax bill have claimed, echoing Trump’s top economic advisors, that the massive corporate tax cut will indeed trickle down or, to mix metaphors, serve as the proverbial rising tide that will lift all boats.
A number of the president's lawyers wanted Kushner out, worrying that he would become a legal liability as the special counsel investigation intensified.
As the GOP-controlled government continues to wage war on middle-class Americans, this number will likely get worse.
"The President clings" to his false wiretapping claims "like a drunk to an empty gin bottle," say the editors of the Wall Street Journal
"I’d be careful about using the word ‘lie.’ ‘Lie’ implies much more than just saying something that’s false. It implies a deliberate intent to mislead.”
"Donald Trump promised to change Washington's culture of self-dealing, and if he wants to succeed he's going to have to make a sacrifice and lead by example."
F.B.I. directors are supposed to be above politics, not in them. Mr. Comey has to do the right thing - resign.
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus claimed President Obama “secretly gave the Iranians $400M at the same time 4 Americans were released from their custody” and linked to a Wall Street Journal story that has the right up in arms this fine Wednesday morning. This, of course, is false.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Clinton is close to choosing the Spanish-speaking Virginia senator.
Despite all the evidence he is 100% correct about the connection between climate change and terrorism, Noonan thinks Sanders sounds "daffy"
The Koch brothers have no right to complain about the tone of Republican politics because it is exactly what they paid for and wanted
WSJ economists are fearful that Republicans will repeat their past "serious damage to the economy by harming consumer confidence"
It turns out that not only are Americans not the least bit enamored at the prospect of an evangelical fanatic as president, they are, by a large majority (61%), much more supportive of a gay or lesbian occupying the White House than a religious Republican seeking to rule according to Christianity.
Republicans and the media are accusing President Obama of being forced to apologize for the deaths of two Americans who were killed in a US drone strike, but the reality is that it was the White House who gave the scoop to the media.
A solid majority of Americans oppose discrimination against gays and lesbians, even if it is based on religious beliefs.
Billionaire Donald Trump has formed an exploratory committee and hired staff for a 2016 presidential run.
In yet another senseless gun episode, a highly respected, accomplished and beloved professor, Raja Fayad, was shot to death on campus on the afternoon of Thursday, February 5, 2015.