A Rod Rosenstein Resignation Would Be a Disaster for Mueller and the Rule of Law
Spare the Rod.
Spare the Rod.
“Donald Trump and Republicans will protect patients with preexisting conditions,” promises Trump. There’s just one small catch.
The economy hasn’t changed much. What’s changed is that business owners have a bigger piece of it.
Whether Florence is also wet from other standpoints is a question the president did not address.
Republicans quietly acknowledge that the American public doesn’t like their agenda.
“This gambit basically bets that she will decline, and Republicans can then say that they tried to investigate further.” On to plan B!
A done deal is suddenly looking undone.
There are parallels to Weimar failures in a too-forgiving GOP enamored by tax cuts.
If conservatives are going to destroy market-based health reform, they can’t complain when Democrats turn to government-based plans.
The Massachusetts senator is co-opting Bernie Sanders’s support without copying his platform.
Dubya working hard to ensure Congress quashes any investigation of Trump’s many scandals.
“It did not start with Donald Trump,” said the former president, “He is a symptom, not the cause.”
“This man has fought in more ways than one, for your state. He has fought for your state. Greg Gianforte. He is a fighter and a winner.”
A bad talking point is turned into a very bad piece of legislation.
Why they are revealing their secret is hard to say.
In Russia, Trump kompromat you.
He’s a very stable genius! He said so himself. Why can’t the media get this right?
And also a gigantic liar. Still more tales from the court of the mad king.
The generalized debate about Trump’s authoritarianism has settled on a specific question.
Whatever restraining force the president’s party exerted against him has now almost completely dissipated.