Fox News’ Sean Hannity said Monday night that the ongoing controversy over Russian interference in the 2016 election campaign had rebounded onto the Democrats and “opened the door for their own investigations and real trouble.”
I’m seeing it everywhere – an irritating, repetitive tic in which people insert their feelings regarding Donald Trump into conversations, interviews and articles that aren’t even remotely about him. It’s now a reflex.
Can Washington handle the truth? We’re about to find out.
We are now in a danger zone of complete hatred and chaos unlike anything we’ve witnessed in American history.
Hollywood wants President Trump to sleep with the fishes. They want him dead – decapitated – his bloody entrails splayed across the Rose Garden for all of the world to see.
I was surprised last weekend when one of President Donald Trump’s lawyers told my colleague Chris Wallace twice on “Fox News Sunday” that the president is being investigated by the FBI and then told him twice that he is not.
As ObamaCare continues its collapse and terrorist attacks around the world are an almost daily event, New York’s elite remain rabidly enraged at President Trump.
An Oscar Wilde line comes to mind: “I can resist everything except temptation,” said the famed playwright and novelist.
Sometimes God taps us on the shoulder, reminding us with poignant irony, that history is a continuum, and we just a point along it.
No strategy on the opioid crisis will work without a serious approach to the illegal supply chain that is allowing these drugs to enter the U.S. in the first place. Too often it begins with the global postal system.