The long-running and politically charged case against retired General and former NSA Michael Flynn has taken yet another turn.
“Victory has a hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan.” So for Harsh Your Mellow Monday let us talk about some of those orphans of failure.
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.
Late Monday night the president took to Twitter to announce what would be a major development, and an executive order sure to be controversial.
Bad analogies, re-opening America, grocery stores are not one size fits all, and Flo from Progressive in this week’s Harsh Your Mellow Monday
The US Senate finally gaveled out of session in the early morning hours of Wednesday, announcing what Senator Minority Leader Chuck Shumer called “largest rescue package in American history” was finally ready.
President Trump got busy with his pen today, commuting and pardoning several people including former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich and former NYC Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik.
Linky Friday tries to steer you straight to end a week full of beginnings, endings, and everything in the middle. Or is it starting the weekend? Either way.
The Impeachment trial of President Donald Trump is underway in the Senate
President Trump’s legal team for the impeachment trial has some very familiar names on it, including one of the biggest names from the last time we as a country did this.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced she will be forwarding the Articles of Impeachment and name the Impeachment Managers next week.