The Washington Post reporters who reported the activities of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the dark days following the deadly January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol Building as part of their new book are publicly defending the military chief.
Commentator: Reps Cheney, Kinzinger Risking Their Political Careers by Being on Jan 6 Select Committee
Republican Reps Liz Cheney, of Wyoming, and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, "are taking a real political risk" by taking part in the House elect committee investigating the deadly January 6 Capitol insurrection, according to prominent conservative commentator Margaret Hoover.
There is undoubtedly very little that these three congresswomen agree. But, when it came to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's choices to sit on the new House select committee which will be probing the deadly January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol Building, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, of New York, and Republican Liz Cheney, of Wyoming, found themselves in perfect harmony.
Arizona's secretary of state, Katie Hobbs, is offering a large and well-deserved "buyer beware" for the partisan so-called ballot audit which has been dragging on since the spring.
Clyburn: ‘I Don’t Know of a Single Person’ Who Is Against Voter ID, ‘But We Don’t Want You to Tell Me that My ID Is No Good
Rep. James Clyburn, the third-highest ranking Democrat in House leadership, clarified where many in his party stand on the contentious matter of voter ID.
Fmr Republican Strategist: GOP Has Drawn a Line in the Sand and Said They Are for ‘White Power in America’
The Republican Party has cast aside its core principles to move towards an embrace of power aimed at one thing: advancing white people at the expense of American people of color. That's according to former GOP strategist and Lincoln Project adviser Kurt Bardella.
Under fire in some quarters for their role in disseminating information -- and disinformation -- to the American people ahead of last year's presidential election, two top tech leaders defended their companies' roles and at least one sought some sort of oversight for the future.
On Voting Rights, Republicans Are Arguing that This Country ‘Must Remain White in the Vein of Old Europe’
While ongoing Republican attempts across the country to try to limit voting rights are not only undemocratic, they are racist to try to recast the United States as predominantly white-ruled nation -- they must also be resisted across the board, according to a variety of political observers.
While Some Foresee ‘A Real Battle For The Soul of The Republican Party,’ Others Believe It Will Be ‘Permanent Minority’ If They Continue To Follow Trump
Larry Hogan, Maryland's Republican governor and a potential presidential hopeful in 2024, sees a looming battle ahead for the Republican Party.
On The Firing Line of The GOP Civil War: Republicans Have to Stop Attacking Each Other or They’re Going to Lose Big Time in Two Years
As Donald Trump's impeachment trial was getting underway, battle lines in the civil war within the Republican Party became all-the-more-prominent, potentially leaving the GOP in a politically perilous spot heading towards next year's midterm elections, according to some in the party.