My commentary on Mark Levin’s argument on the unconstitutionality of Mueller’s appointment has generated tons of responses from readers, so many that it’ll take me a while to catch up.
There’s been so much other news that was “sexier” to cover this week that this story didn’t get the media attention it deserves...
You might have heard that a federal judge ruled it unconstitutional for President Trump to block trolls from his Twitter account.
This week, in a long overdue decision, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that the league would fine any team or employee (i.e., player) who fails “to stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem” during NFL games.
Today's Commentary: Message to frustrated readers, furious FBI agents, and RUDY GIULIANI --- Join me in Branson on June 12 -- Illinois has problems -- Starbucks clarifies -- Millennial of the Year -- Evening Edition - May 23 - Daily Verse
Tuesday was so full of breaking news on problems with the “Trump/Russia” investigation that it’s hard to know where to start. But I’ll save the potentially most monumental for last.
When Donald Trump was running for President, he promised to reduce government red tape that was stifling growth and job creation by cutting two government regulations for every new regulation.
There now seems to be some doubt as to whether President Trump will hold that meeting on North Korea’s denuclearization on June 12th.
If you had to guess which state was losing population the fastest, you’d most likely pick California. But Breitbart.com reports that you’d be wrong.
Today's Commentary: So much FBI/special counsel news, I saved the best for last --- Putin's new missile has problems -- Earth cooling under Trump?!? -- Nielsen ratings -- Survey Results x 3 -- Evening Edition - May 22 - Daily Verse
Tuesday was primary election day in several more states.
In a 5-4 partisan split, a sharply-divided Supreme Court on Monday gave a victory to businesses in Epic Systems v. Lewis, ruling that employees who have entered into arbitration agreements with their employers and are not satisfied with the ruling must challenge it individually and can’t file class action lawsuits.
The shots had barely stopped ringing in Santa Fe, Texas, when some people were already trying to exploit the deaths of students...
Hillary Clinton’s defenders like to claim that she didn’t win the presidency because Americans were too sexist to vote for a woman (that’s just one of the 57 or so excuses Hillary herself has floated, but it’s in there.)
The shots had barely stopped ringing in Santa Fe, Texas, when some people were already trying to exploit the deaths of students to promote a political agenda that would have done nothing to prevent such shootings and might even make them worse.
Today's Commentary: President Trump orders Justice Dept. to investigate itself --- Exploiting children for political advantage -- Steve King's new bill -- The Trump Boom -- Hillary Clinton keeps talking -- Evening Edition - May 21 - Daily Verse
Here’s how to tell that Congressional investigators and President Trump are finally getting close in their quest to find out what the Obama DOJ and FBI did to be able to surveil Trump’s campaign: the Democrats are screaming bloody murder.
Speaking of efforts to restore respect for the sanctity of human life, here’s a story that was almost overlooked in last week’s avalanche of headlines about Israel, North Korea and “Russia-Russia-Russia.”
A big Huck’s Hero salute to 94-year-old World War II airman, Capt. George W. Starks.