When a partisan member of the bureaucratic swamp resigns, that’s something to cheer about. And huzzahs were certainly in order last week when the nation’s top “ethics” officer, Walter Shaub, announced that he is resigning, effective July 19.
James Comey raised quite a furor in his testimony on Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee—albeit not the kind the left had anticipated.
Inside the Beltway, the lions of media and politics have wound themselves to a state of near hysteria over former FBI Director James B. Comey’s appearance before the Senate Intelligence Committee tomorrow morning.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals’ May 25 decision upholding the injunction against President Trump’s executive order implementing a temporary halt to entry of aliens from six terrorist countries was a political decision, not a legal decision.
President Trump has taken substantial steps in his first 100 days to begin the process of restoring the rule of law, the unbiased and nonpartisan administration of justice.
I don’t care what President Donald Trump’s tax returns show, and I don’t think they are any of my (or anyone else’s) business.
It should come as no surprise that an Obama political appointee (with the cooperation of the media) would try to create a phony scandal out of a routine event.
The overblown rhetoric accompanying calls for Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ resignation Thursday reveals that the brouhaha is driven by mere political grandstanding, not a real concern over unlawful behavior.
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court has repeated the mistakes made by the district court judge who stayed President Trump’s executive order (EO) temporarily suspending visas from seven terrorist havens.
President-elect Donald Trump has picked Sen. Jeff Sessions to serve as the 84th Attorney General of the United States—and he couldn’t have made a better choice.