Here’s more from the file of Completely Unsurprising News: Hillary Clinton’s brother, Tony Rodham, and a longtime Clinton crony, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, are being sued by a group of Chinese investors for allegedly running an influence-peddling scheme involving green cards.
I never thought I’d be defending public radio uber-liberal Garrison Keillor (I can’t imagine him defending me), but then, I also never imagined that Minnesota Public Radio would relegate the man...
Today’s Outrage Du Jour...
You have to feel a little sympathy for anyone who marries into the 24/7 reality show that is the British Royal Family. But Prince Harry’s American fiancée, Meghan Markle, has a special problem...
Miss Manners would kindly advise CNN that they’re doing it all wrong when it comes to the matter of the White House Christmas party. If they really can’t stand the thought of sipping eggnog with the President, Melania and the White House staff, they should compose a nicely-worded RSVP and politely decline.
Act Two of Monday’s DC melodrama took the form of a soliloquy by Sen. Al Franken that vacillated more than Hamlet’s “To be or not to be,” except that Al couldn’t decide...
Another Supreme Court case to watch
A Democratic strategist is handicapping the leading party candidates for 2020 (a dumb idea: this far out, who would’ve predicted that Barack Obama would be the nominee in 2008, or Donald Trump in 2016?) But just for fun’s sake: he’s concerned that there’s no big star in the bunch.
Here’s a question for those anti-Trumpers who criticize Ivanka Trump for literally everything she says, wears and does.
Hollywood and Capitol Hill are full of powerful and semi-powerful men who take sexual advantage of women (and sometimes young men) who are simply trying to have careers in their chosen fields. Who knew?
President Trump is taking flak over yet another impolitic tweet, this time about the UCLA basketball players who could have faced 10 years in prison in China for shoplifting, but who are now safely home because Trump intervened.
If you’re wondering why Democrats are suddenly willing to throw their own leaders, from the Clintons to Al Franken, under the bus...
Congress and liberal courts may be blocking much of the agenda President Trump ran on, but Republicans can’t fault him for the judges he’s been appointing, from Neil Gorsuch on down.
Pious liberals in showbiz and politics have long lectured conservatives on our alleged shortcomings, including sexism.
Thanks to a year-long court battle by Judicial Watch, we finally have another small piece of the puzzle that is the Justice Department’s so-called investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server and her mishandling of classified material.
It might surprise you to know that even after a United States senator is convicted of a crime, a two-thirds vote of the Senate is required for removal from office
Tennessee Rep. Steve Cohen led a group of fellow Democrats yesterday in formally filing articles of impeachment against President Trump, which could best be compared to doing for their base what the trainers at Sea World do when they toss chum to the seals.
If you’re frustrated about the double standard that’s always been applied to the Clintons and to Democrats in general, join the club...
The flurry of sexual harassment allegations this week reached Congress. That was hardly a surprise...
How far did a liberal judge in Hawaii overreach his powers in yet again blocking President Trump’s travel ban from nations that are hotbeds of terrorism with no ability to vet residents?
And here we go again… Wednesday, Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin became the first Senate Republican to announce he’ll vote against his own party’s plan for tax reform.
A federal judge dismissed an atheist group’s lawsuit against the Mercer County, West Virginia, school district for offering an elective course in the Bible that’s existed since 1939.
How can you tell that the Clintons’ time of running the Democratic Party as their personal syndicate is finally coming to an end?
I’m not the only one comparing political delusions to reality these days.