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.
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.
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.
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
Today's Commentary: FBI/DOJ considered briefing Trump on Russia --- WHY DIDN'T THEY? -- President Trump keeps another promise -- Texas shooter cannot face death penalty -- Captain George W. Starks is a Huck's Hero -- Oliver North's idea -- Evening Edition - May 19 - Daily Verse
President Trump announced on Sunday (in a tweet, naturally) that he would be calling for the DOJ to investigate the alleged infiltration of his 2016 campaign for political purposes --- he’s talking about the spying here --- and to find out if the Obama administration had anything to do with it.
With all that’s coming out now about the government spying on people in the Trump campaign, there’s one thing that really jumps out at me, and I don’t think it’s gotten much attention, at least not yet.