By saying he is willing to “totally destroy” North Korea to defend the U.S. and its allies, President Trump opened the door last week to possibly launching a pre-emptive military strike, even a nuclear strike.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder joked over the summer that he plans to “make redistricting sexy” as head of the new National Democratic Redistricting Committee.
How did we get to the point where Rob Ritchie (a.k.a. Kid Rock) — a man with no political record is treated as a serious candidate for the United States Senate?
Is there any concrete reason to think that the nation’s politics have changed enough to give the Democrats the 24 seats they need to take control of the House and set themselves up to defeat Trump in 2020?
Republicans still refuse to accept the reality that Russia, a hostile foreign power, played a major role in electing Trump.
For all the talk about how President Trump has stumbled in his first 100 days in the White House, there has been almost no examination of how the Democrats are doing as the party of opposition.
To my mind, the great men and women of postwar America include Eleanor Roosevelt, Thurgood Marshall, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Ted Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Bill Bratton and Billy Graham.
This Saturday marks President Trump’s 100th day in office.
Liberal Democrats could yet see their dreams come true.
At what point do Republicans in Congress start looking out for their political future and go after President Trump’s ties to Russia?