It may be April 2017, but the 2018 midterm elections are quickly approaching and, earlier this week, Kansas Republican Ron Estes won the southern district around Wichita by just five points or roughly 8,000 […]
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On April 4, a reprehensible chemical weapons attack, carried out by government forces in Syria, killed dozens of civilians in the town of Khan Shaykhun.
Neil Gorsuch has officially been sworn in as a Justice of the Supreme Court.
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Perhaps it was the heart-wrenching photos of babies gasping for their last breath of air that finally settled the weight of the presidency squarely on Donald Trump’s shoulders.
Late Thursday night or early Friday morning, the Senate will finally vote on the president’s appointment to the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, and we will be witnessing a battle for the ages. […]
No Democrat is likely to suffer at the ballot box for the nearly unanimous opposition to the Neil Gorsuch nomination among the party’s senators.
Although Republicans have a bigger majority in the House than the Senate, the conventional wisdom holds that the GOP is in more danger of losing control of the lower chamber than the […]
Benjamin Franklin, in 1755, said, “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”
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President Donald Trump, having lost to the conservative wing of his party on the Obamacare replacement bill, opted to declare war on a group that he might need.
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Last week, the Senate passed resolution H.J. 69 which rolls back Department of the Interior (“DOI”) rules prohibiting certain hunting practices, such as killing hibernating animals and shooting bears from a plane […]
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According to Psychology Today, here are some of the defining characteristics of sociopathic behavior:
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Two weeks ago David Frisk and I wrote here about the warning signs of Republican dissent from the Trump agenda.
Is Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer’s filibuster threat for real? It seems like a mighty big long term risk for Democrats. Judge Neil Gorsuch of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals managed […]
The Neil Gorsuch hearing is quite partisan a year after Merrick Garland was denied even having a hearing.
Donald Trump’s success, or certainly his more-than-modest success, as president depends on maintaining his base’s loyalty and enthusiasm, while drawing others into it—people who didn’t support him in 2016.
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One of the best things about growing older is that at least your long term memory gets stronger, even if you can’t remember where you last saw the damn remote.