Ann Coulter, I never thought I’d see it, but Al Franken has finally gotten around to calling a moving van. While it is true that Franken was given virtually no chance to defend himself against multiple groping allegations (your side made those rules, not us), remember, it was never his practice to give that chance
J. Michael Waller, President Donald Trump is going to have to build a bigger wall on the border with Mexico, not because of the Mexicans, but because of the Obama holdovers he has kept in place. Venezuela is on the verge of unleashing a major refugee crisis, as its corrupt regime continues its slow-motion collapse.
Laura Hollis, For years, we have been hearing that the Republican Party was on the ropes: when Bill Clinton won in 1992 and 1996; when Barack Obama won in 2008 and 2012; when the tea party launched in 2009; when Texas Senator Ted Cruz and company shut down the federal government for a few days
Justice Neil Gorsuch, vowing to be a “faithful servant” to the Constitution, was sworn in Monday to the Supreme Court, capping a grueling confirmation process and filling the seat once held by the late Antonin Scalia. The latest addition to the court was sworn in at a public ceremony in the Rose Garden. Justice Anthony
David Levin, The current human condition is a curious one. And I have to confess, I don’t actually understand our thinking a lot of the time. Certainly, not when it comes to politics. Like him or not, Donald Trump was elected largely because he vowed to make America great again and keep us safe. Two
When Johnathan Smith resigned from the U.S. Justice Department on Inauguration Day, he looked forward to spending time with his infant son, but that plan unraveled a week later when President Donald Trump unveiled his explosive foreign travel ban. Within two weeks, Smith had a new job as legal director of civil rights group Muslim
Sean Jackowitz, Judge Neil Gorsuch, nominated by President Donald Trump for a seat on the Supreme Court of the United States, is among the top legal thinkers in the country, but you would never know it from talking to him. Judge Gorsuch is a humble man, and his humility informs his textualist approach to the