This is what happens when the President’s highest foreign policy priority is finding dirt on his opponents. This Russian cyber attack on Burisma has one very clear purpose . . .
“We have something you might find very useful, Mr. President, but we would like you to do us a favor though . . .”
Since we’re on the topic of untrustworthy news sources . . .
Of course, the networks and respectable media went full-court press against Trump before 2016, so maybe this will be helpful to Bernie’s campaign.
David Harsanyi documents media failures in reporting on the assassination of Qasem Soleimani. The story at issue in not the story. That bad journalism is now standard is the story.
Don’t count out the gun lobby just yet!
Link to source.
In this fascinating article from 2014, Dr. Hamburger associates
administrative law primarily with the executive power of a nation state; meaning the king or the president, for example. But while the history is informative, it doesn’t do enough to illuminate our current reality. Continue reading “Imprimis: The History and Danger of Administrative Law”
Watch Judiciary Committee hearing
On thing very apparent is that the Democrats don’t know their own rules, but fortunately they are letting Tommy Norment guide them.
First step towards redemption. Take it.