The early indications are that the long-awaited Justice Department Inspector General’s report on the FBI and the DOJ’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation puts to rest any notion that President Donald Trump obstructed justice in firing FBI Director James Comey.
The 5-4 Supreme Court decision upholding an Ohio law that uses “special procedures” to remove invalid voter registrations from the rolls is a huge victory for election integrity.
It has taken 10 presidents and almost 70 years to heal the breach in the Koreas and the threat it represents to the peace of the world. But Donald Trump is succeeding where all the others have failed.
The European Union is ripping us off, thus creating a trade imbalance.
But Canada is not. So President Donald Trump’s truculence at the G-7 conference of leading industrial nations was directed at the wrong target.
As Republicans approach the congressional elections of 2018, they need to beware of the pitfalls that may lie ahead.
It goes beyond chutzpah, arrogance, and myopia. Former Attorney General Eric Holder has dared to condemn President Trump’s decision to pardon anti-Obama author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, saying he was not a “good candidate” for a pardon.
President Donald Trump just keeps on keeping his promises.
As Maryland Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer said, ObamaCare is in a “death spiral” of fewer enrollees, more dropouts and higher premiums (huge increases coming later this year).
Over the past five months, President Trump’s ratings, according to the realclearpolitics.com moving average, have flipped from 38-58 to 44-52 — a growth of six points in approval and a drop of six points in disapproval.
Twenty-one Republican members of the House of Representatives have signed a discharge petition in the hopes that, combined with Democrat members, they can get enough signatures to force a vote on legalizing recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program without having to embrace Republican demands for tougher immigration laws as a trade-off.