“I do miss Nancy Reagan. Ronald even more. Speaking of Bedtime for Bonzo, I think even that chimp stood up straighter than Michelle. Uh-oh, someone is going to make a comment.”
On Friday, President Donald Trump held a rally in Lebanon, Ohio, where he urged his supporters to vote for Rep. Steve Chabot’s re-election.
“Millions have paid the ultimate price defending the values our flag represents,” says the narrator over a backdrop of soldiers’ headstones.
Last October, Vice President Mike Pence very pointedly walked out of an Indianapolis Colts football game to register his disgust with NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.
Last December, Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV) caused controversy when he threw Laura Packard, a health care activist and Stage 4 lymphoma patient, out of a town hall on the Republican tax cuts. “
A new report from NBC revealed text messages sent to a woman who claims to have witnessed Kavanaugh’s assault on Deborah Ramirez.
Her support for Kavanaugh, which essentially ensures his confirmation and a solidification of the Supreme Court’s hard-right bloc for years to come, immediately prompted nationwide fury.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh penned an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal titled “I Am an Independent, Impartial Judge.”
As the groundswell of opposition to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh continues to grow, many of the vocal critics of his nomination are law professors.
On Friday evening, just as he was dealing with a setback to his Supreme Court nomination, President Donald Trump got a fresh piece of unwelcome news.
At the first Texas Senate debate at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Beto O’Rourke clashed on a number of issues, from guns to health care to the fate of the federal judiciary.
On Friday, amid the unfolding disaster that is Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault accusation by California professor Christine Blasey Ford, one GOP Senate candidate decided to weigh in decisively against the accuser.
Ford wanted an investigation by the FBI, as there was for the Anita Hill allegations during the Clarence Thomas hearings in 1991.
It is evident in how bizarre and unpolished his political attacks have become as he tries to fend off his Democratic challenger, El Paso Rep. Beto O’Rourke.
Republican state attorneys general thought they had a perfect way to flex their muscles after the GOP tax scam bill was passed…
According to a report in Vanity Fair, President Donald Trump’s former attorney and fixed Michael Cohen is now allegedly in talks with special counsel Robert Mueller’s office.
According to a report in the Dallas Morning News, the Texas State Board of Education on Friday issued a preliminary vote to sharply cut back the social studies curriculum in the state.