How badly do you want to see Trump’s tax returns? Every presidential candidate since at least the 1970s has released several years of tax returns for the American public to see prior to the election. As we all know by… Read More ›
Saturday Morning Cartoons 3/2
Editorial cartoonists on this week’s biggest news stories. North Korea Summit By Nate Beeler, The Columbus Dispatch By Nick Anderson By Matt Davies, Newsday By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Michael Cohen Testifies By David Horsey, The… Read More ›
When Should Impeachment Begin?
I’ve written about the process of impeachment, but today I want to talk a bit about my evolving stance on the timing of an impeachment process. When the Democrats won the House, I knew that we’d finally have a check… Read More ›
What Does the House Oversight Committee Do?
If there was one thing that the American people voted for in the midterm elections, it was to restore checks and balances in our government. Ok, maybe healthcare was the #1 reason, but having a Congress that conducted oversight was… Read More ›
A quick way to catch up on the recent bombshells from Mueller
Feeling a bit overwhelmed by all the news about the Russia investigation, and Mueller, and the briefs that have been filed? Want to be in the know but don’t have a lot of time? Here’s two articles that break it… Read More ›