Here in the United States, impeachment is not only fully legal....it is constitutional. This is because impeachment is inscribed in our US Constitution.
A new Washington Post poll is out Tuesday, and it's not good news for Trump. Even Republicans are starting to back impeachment.
The truth is that Perry has not been alone in his ignorance: the Department of Energy historically has been a very misunderstood federal agency.
I hope Johnson thinks what he had to say Sunday was worth it. The fact that he is unlikely to be invited back to Meet The Press any time soon is the least of Johnson's problems.
To hear O'Donnell tell it, McConnell knew that the whistleblower complaint would come out eventually--it was just a matter of timing.
The U.S. was such an integral part of wanting to build a democracy and a strong government in Ukraine. So now for Republicans to look the other way and play dumb is absolutely grotesque.
Every once in a while, a Trump judicial nominee comes forward who is even more noticeably worse than the rest. Steven Menashi is one of those.
Donald Trump will have to deal with a very unique challenge which other incumbent presidents have not had to face, at least in modern times, as he seeks a second term. And that's before he faces a single Democrat....
When you talk about “Trump overload,” that is important: it is, in truth, part of what’s kept him in office.
‘Head-Spinning’ Day: GOP’s Conditioning the Base to See Trump’s Erratic Behavior as Normal or Time for 25th Amendment?
It was a day in which the president of the United States backed out at the last minute from a diplomatic trip to Denmark because his overture to purchase Greenland. He reversed himself--and then unreversed himself--on serious economic matters. And, finally, he referred to himself in Biblical terms as "The Chosen One." What does all of that erratic behavior mean?