The DOJ gets mixed up in a local matter it insists doesn’t involve any issues under its jurisdiction to help a buffoonish local lawmaker keep goading a “Democrat” governor.
The Flynn motion was supposed to roll out Trump’s summer of “Obamagate.” Instead, it’s poised to expose more of his administration’s dirty laundry.
The conservative majority may want to contort the law so Trump can hide his taxes, but the legitimacy of the courts will take a hit if they do—especially if Biden wins the election
Trump and Bill Barr and Mitch McConnell aren’t just urging states to reopen. They’re finding ways to reward states that do and punish states that don’t.
The attorney general’s deploying the same playbook he did in the Mueller investigation and impeachment: using the Department of Justice to do the president’s bidding.
The GOP is looking to use the public-health crisis to spark a vicious culture war, with some help from the judges the party has been packing onto the federal bench.
The idea is to fend off any oversight at least until after November.
The New Yorker turned Floridian is pitting his new home state, which he’s banking on in November, against his old one.
The president can’t be silenced, but he can be immediately and unambiguously corrected by the networks and platforms that are amplifying him.
The senator publicly said that the “framework Congress has put in place… ensure[s] we are prepared,” even as he was secretly sounding the alarm and cashing out of his investments.