The Trump-Russia probe has taken a fairly dramatic turn (for it’s lofty standards) and a key series of questions have been raised.
So this is it? This is the peak of 2017? We’ve found the summit of Stupid Mountain and it looks like a sumo wrestling match between the egos of Donald Trump and LaVar Ball.
The line between making a personal and professional choice in Washington is often a blurred one.
The Republicans are trying to sneak a repeal of the Affordable Care Act into the tax scam bill, there’s a military coup underway in Zimbabwe and Roy Moore remains in the race for one of Alabama’s U.S. senate seats.
Can we please have a moment for Bernie Bernstein and Australia?
I sometimes wonder if career criminals look at the Trump administration and say: “you know, these guys just aren’t very good.”
The Roy Moore campaign, already reeling from revelations that he sexually assaulted teenagers, is now completely off the rails following another incredibly disturbing allegation against the former judge.
Sean Hannity, like Bill O’Reilly before him, is long overdue for a reckoning.
The scope of the Russian scandal has now entered the Trump tenure after they won the election.
We already knew that Roy Moore was a crackpot, a watered down version of Oral Roberts or Jerry Falwell. Now we know there’s a little Eddie Long in him as well.