At the link are some of the best comments I’ve heard yet about the big college entrance cheating scandal, from Mike Rowe, host of “Somebody’s Gotta Do It” (airing Saturday nights on TBN, right after “Huckabee.”)
The Washington State Senate passed a bill designed to prevent President Trump from being on the ballot in that state in 2020. Since Trump declined to release his personal income tax forms (which is not required by federal law), the bill requires every candidate to have released five years’ worth of taxes to be on the ballot.
In a warning to over-caffeinated House Democrats, support for impeaching Trump has dropped 10 points since October to only 28 percent.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is calling for a Congressional pay raise since salaries have been frozen since 2009 and "Americans ought to have our nation’s diversity of economic backgrounds better reflected in this House."
“Trump was investigated despite evidence of his innocence. Hillary was not properly investigated despite evidence of her guilt.”
Whenever there is some unspeakable terror attack like Thursday’s mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand, people naturally try to make some sense of it in the hope that if it can be explained, or if blame can be properly assigned, then perhaps we can prevent similar attacks.
You’d assume from President Trump’s Twitter feed that he doesn’t need any help coming up with controversial statements to make his critics’ eyeballs pop out in outrage. So why do Democrats and media outlets (pardon my redundancy) think they need to keep making up things he never said to get themselves riled up over?
As I predicted yesterday, “Beto” O’Rourke’s presidential roll-out wasn’t greeted with as much adulation as he expected.
The Justice Department "negotiated" an agreement with Hillary Clinton's legal team that ensured the FBI did not have access to emails on her private servers...
The House voted 420-0 for Robert Mueller’s final report to be released publicly (four Republicans voted “present.”)