By Grace Lidia Suárez Adam Schiff dropped a redacted version of his report on Saturday, interestingly timed to coincide with a speech at CPAC18 being delivered by Devin Nunes. Despite the redactions, much can be seen and discerned. Let’s start with the full text, for those of you, who unlike Donald
By Grace Lidia Suárez Yesterday Richard Gates pled guilty to two felonies, one count of conspiracy against the United States, and one count of making a false statement to the FBI. According to CNBC, Gates knowingly lied when he told the special counsel that Manafort, after a March 2013 meeting with
By David Malcolm Following the recent mass shooting in Florida, Donald Trump has indicated that he supports improved background checks on gun owners. The statement comes after a meeting with Republican Senator John Cornyn and the revival of a bipartisan bill regarding the issue, though he stopped short of endorsing the bill.
By Grace Lidia Suárez The Fourth Circuit has upheld the trial court’s decision striking down Trump’s Travel Ban 3.0. This decision agrees with the Ninth Circuit opinion, which is before the Supreme Court. Professor Ilya Somin, writing in The Volokh Conspiracy, says, Yesterday, the US Court of Appeals for the
By Susan Kuebler While there have been innumerable comparisons between Trump and Hitler, along with the rise of Nazism in post World War I Germany, there is also an argument that Trump and Trumpism is much closer to the climate created by political opportunist Senator Joe McCarthy during the 1950s
By Grace Lidia Suárez Let’s talk about “food stamps” for a bit. By the way, the reason I put that in quotes is that stamps haven’t been in use for years. So I’ll talk about SNAP. It’s a government program that’s been around in one form or another since the