The New York Times frames an article on Hope Hicks in a way that displays an utter disregard for the rule of law. How Trumpian of them.
The incoming House Intelligence Chair wants the "acting" AG to know: Watch out.
People spend years gaining US citizenship. Now the Trump administration wants to undo their work and deport people who followed the rules.
The question at the heart of Chuck Schumer's long-shot plan to block Trump's SCOTUS nominee.
We're over the fascist fence, folks.
The problem with impeachment is it doesn't really solve our problem. The problem we have goes so far beyond just Trump and into flaws in the design of our system.
We all knew the DOMA ruling would blow the minds of NOM and their acolytes, but harming the rule of law by upholding it strikes an interestingly ambivalent stance.
Raul Grijalva: Why It's Important For Progressives To Get Behind Obama's Comprehensive Immigration Reform Push
[media id=17381] I’m sincerely grateful for President Obama’s national address last week on the need for comprehensive immigration reform. Like
[media id=16614] I'm not sure what irritated me more about this segment of Fox News Sunday: Chris Wallace being a complete jerk to Kirsten Powers o
After almost five years of blogging, I admit to a certain cynical level of outrage fatigue. I expect politicians to be pandering asses and I expect
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