The “massive election fraud” case has been heard, both in court and by the American people, and been found wanting. Laughably wanting.
Who needs malice by the IRS when some good, old fashioned bureaucratic indolence can do the job just as ruthlessly.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, JK Rowland and Ellen, college football cancelling, unemployment debate, and rehashing 2000 election in Linky Friday
Cutting US Postal Service hours and services for cities that are overwhelmed by mail only makes sense if your purpose is partisan.
It is bizarre, rambling, and will be creating conversation and memes for at least the next few hours. Here is the Axios interview between Jonathan Swan and President Donald Trump.
There is no moral equivalency between the United States government and China’s government. But how do we package those differences in a convincing manner?
Opponents of D.C. statehood, with the certainty of gospel truth, state DC statehood would require a Constitutional Amendment. I disagree. Am I right to?
The dangers of mission creep in push for police reform, who watches the opinion section watchers of the New York Times, and stats that aren’t helpful.