While his GOP colleagues have tied themselves in knots of illogic in rationalizing why they all are refusing to follow the clear evidence, Romney is showing a bit of the shine of the Republican party of old, and is doing the honorable and patriotic thing.
Donald Trump and his lawyers have urged for Hunter Biden – former vice president Joe Biden’s son – to be questioned in the impeachment trial, arguing the Bidens participated in corrupt activities while working for the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
Americans may well--and should--vote out those senators who have protected Trump.
Mike Bloomberg this week began running a new ad urging lawmakers to vote to remove Trump from office. The 30-second ad will run in 27 states, including Colorado, Maine, Arizona, and North Carolina, where Republican senators are facing difficult re-election efforts.
Former White House national security adviser John Bolton, unceremoniously tossed overboard just a few short months ago by Donald Trump, may now be in a position to exact his revenge.
Steyer and Need to Impeach should be carpet bombing the airwaves right now, putting the political screws to Republicans, making it politically impossible for them to continue their through-the-looking-glass, conspiracy-based defense of Trump.
Thanks to House Democrats, particularly Rep Sheila Jackson-Lee and legislation she's been shepherding this year, the nation has finally begun to have a long-past-due conversation on its history of chattel slavery--particularly how to make that history right for the descendants of slavery through reparations.
Friday's vote should ring clear as a bell that yes, Democrats are hard at work and particularly hard at work at protecting the civil and voting rights who need them most.
It's time for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif) to compel his colleague Nunes to move from his spot off of the dais and out to the witness table.
Apparently, the collective willpower of American progressives has finally paid off. Chick Fil A's move certainly angered those on the right who approved of the company's previous stances. And they were quick to point to the progressive boycott as the culprit.