Linky Friday, Ordinary Times’ end of the week tradition brings you items to read, share, and discuss from around the web, from culture, to politics, to that Joe Biden interview everyone will be talking about.
This is one of them things that can make a bad situation involving people already under pressure exponentially worse
The ratings are in for the first public impeachment hearings in 20 years
There is very little evidence that being impeached increases the popularity of impeached presidents.
We seem to be reaching the end of the daring each other phase of impeachment.
Lots and lots of hearings but almost no one is listening.
It was inevitable that those seeking to knock down the House — the House who have their own constituencies, own concerns, and own political careers to worry about — would start knocking back.
Tthere was no way Robert Mueller’s statement, his only statement, was going to be anything other than by-the-book and professional.
Nothing fires up the political-industrial complex like a SCOTUS fight, and the enduring legacy of the Merrick Garland nomination non-vote.
There has been a bit of a cottage industry over which, if any, Republicans would be the first to breach the “I” word. Rep. Justin Amash appears to be your huckleberry
AG Barr’s summary of the Mueller Report has been delivered to congress, and the letter stating “principle conclusions” has been released.
Michael Cohen, President Trump’s long time lawyer, confidant, and “fixer” will be testifying publicly before the House Oversight Committee Wednesday, the second and only public of three days of such testimony before congress.
Roger Stone did a very stupid thing. Judge Amy Berman Jackson wasn’t amused, as the federal judge modified the indicted Stone’s gag order.