Republicans would likely find an independent commission report used against them, but this was a result of having the facts against them rather than being the victims of partisanship.
Bill Barr was not a model attorney general before December, but thank goodness he stepped up to tell the truth when he did.
The voters who decide elections care less about issues than electing someone who is not scary.
The president is literally peddling nonsense. It would be as if he announced a war on drugs, focusing on fentanyl-laced cocaine and heroin, by cracking down on CVS and Walgreens pharmacies.
Overusing the filibuster risks making Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema change their minds.
Republican resistance to raising taxes seems limited to income taxes.
How about the media shoves a microphone in every Democrat’s face and ask them if “we need to just work our way through the issues” is a good answer, and if they stand by that. Perhaps Black Lives Matter, except on the lily white sands of Rhode Island’s exclusive beaches.
I find myself in the awkward position of agreeing with the Washington Post’s editorial board.
Most American voters don’t like political violence. The Democrats had to learn this lesson in 2020. Republicans may have to learn it as well.
This weekend, I decided to re-examine one of the most recent presidents to come out of a huge world crisis and into a bigger crisis. I wanted to refresh myself about a time period when many of our MAGA hat-wearing brethren feel was the peak of American greatness: the 1950s and leading into the 60s. Certainly, …
Juneteenth is a day to celebrate the fulfillment of the Founding Fathers’ vision of liberty and justice for all.
Juneteenth was not a holiday I was even aware of until the last five years, to which I plead ignorance. I also ask mercy. In 1984, the best band since the Beatles—U2, and I’ll fight you over that—released “Pride (In the Name of Love).” The third verse goes like this: Early morning, April fourShot rings out …