The fact that Republicans are great at cutting taxes for the 1% while butchering social programs for the poor doesn’t mean that they don’t spend tax dollars like crazy.
“It’s clear that White House stenographers do not serve his administration, but rather his adversary: the truth,” Dorey-Stein wrote.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders struggled to defend President Donald Trump at the Wednesday press briefing following his disastrous summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Some Republicans gently chided Trump for his shameful press conference with Putin — but none of them are doing anything to stop him.
Trump acts more like a dictator than an American president.
Trump waved at protesters jeering at him on his golf course, apparently unaware they were attacking his embrace of racism and hate.
With the release of a new Justice Department indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers who are now charged with the attack.
And according to a new Indictment from the Justice Department and special counsel Robert Mueller, it looks like the Russians were taking Trump’s directions.
Retired Army Lt. Col. Ralph Peters says Trump’s attacks on NATO are just the latest sign that he’s compromised by Russia.
The White House started its negative initiatives by pulling out of the 2015 Paris agreement on climate change, which commits nations to take action against the earth’s rising temperatures.
Maine’s Collins and Alaska’s Murkowski are among the few Republicans in the Senate who are typically described as “moderate” in the mainstream media.
The ruling is, Pearlstein writes, “60 pages of legal sophistry, procedural hair-splitting and scientific conjecture.”
Pennsylvania, for example, could become a major abortion rights battleground in a post-Roe scenario.
Media Matters and others documented numerous bigoted statements from the Republican.
Rep. Jim Jordan’s troubles aren’t going away.
“Jim Jordan is under attack, with false accusations, because he threatens the elite,” Thomas wrote.
For more than a century, The New York Times has unabashedly bragged in a banner slogan that it publishes “All the News That’s Fit to Print.”
The Trump administration is asking the courts for more time to return the children it stole from parents at the border, highlighting the cruelty underlying their anti-family policy.
Naturally, Trump is jumping to the defense of a man accused of enabling widespread sexual abuse.
The Republican Party has made it clear that if it keeps control of Congress, it will try yet again to take health care away from millions of Americans.
The woman’s leg became trapped between a subway car and platform on Friday night in Boston.
Wheeler notes that the basic substance of these claims has been substantiated by congressional testimony.
Famed lawyer and legal scholar Alan Dershowitz has come under fire for his frequent defenses of President Donald Trump — and now he’s complaining that it is hurting his social life.
Kilimnik “helped conceive strategies that Manafort sold to clients” and “served as a key liaison between Manafort and principal financial backers.”
Trump continues to show incredible weakness against North Korea.