Despite the best efforts of Trump’s henchmen and maybe a Russian agent or two, Sen. Ron Johnson’s “Hunterghazi” report turns out to be a nothingburger. But just like with Benghazi, Republicans will probably continue pretending there’s a there there.
Greg Sargent of The Washington Post has a theory about why President Trump's poll numbers are dropping.
Catch part 1 of Joshua and Greg Sargent's conversation before moving on to talk of SCOTUS reform and the argument for legalizing weed.
"If the Democrats have a good election, as it looks like we probably will, then we may sort of say, 'It worked among his voters but there weren't enough of them,' " the Washington Post blogger said.
This is not a rhetorical question. A Cruz run will be a good thing, because it will bring clarity to the goals of the Republican party.
Not that facts have anything to do with it.
North Carolina's hapless Republican Senate primary frontrunner, Speaker Thom Tillis, is the perfect example of the bind Republican candidates find themselves in when trying to deal with repealing the Affordable Care Act.
Greg Sargent predicts the Dems will hold their ground -- and so will the wingnut Republicans.
Do liberals really have to choose between the sequester cuts and the Grand Bargain? Digby explains why not.
The House vote will have happened by the time you read this, but no matter what happens, the Plum Line's Greg Sargent really gets to the heart of the fight: What's the future of the safety net? One way to understand the fiscal cliff
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