Trump Is Appealing a Ruling Against Him to the DC Court of Appeals and People Can't Believe the Karmic Justice of It All
President Donald Trump's fight to keep his financial records hidden from public view suffered its first legal defeat on Monday when US District Court Judge Amit Mehta upheld a congressional subpoena seeking Trump's financial records from Mazars, Trump's long-time accounting firm.
Trump's legal team appealed Mehta's ruling on Tuesday, which will move the case into the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, the second-highest court in the country, where one particularly famous jurist sits.
Mitch McConnell Just Railed Against 'Obstruction' by Democrats and People Responded Exactly How You'd Think
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) penned an op-ed for Politico that has many Americans fuming.
The staunch Republican and one of President Donald Trump's most unwavering allies railed against Senate Democrats, blaming them for a hesitation to confirm Trump's nominees for lower court appointments and federal positions like the head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
This 2018 Essay by a Holocaust Expert Just Re-Emerged Online Thanks to the Author's Savagely Accurate Nickname For Mitch McConnell
In an October 2018 essay for the New York Review of Books, historian Christopher Browning, Professor of History Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an expert on the rise of the Nazis and the Holocaust, answered the question many people around the world have found themselves asking since 2016.
Are there similarities between the political landscape of President Donald Trump's United States and Adolph Hitler's Germany?
Merrick Garland's High School Yearbook Entry Emerges Online and the Contrast With Brett Kavanaugh's Couldn't Be More Stark
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's high school yearbook has been a major source of concern since multiple allegations of sexual assault have been lodged against the judge. Kavanaugh's yearbook entry lists achievements like "Devil's triangle," "Renate Alumnius," "boofing," "100 keg club," and others.
Enter Judge Merrick Garland, former President Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee whom Republicans refused to meet with and who, unlike Kavanaugh, never got a hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Senate Republicans instead held a seat open on the nation's highest court for over a year. Many Americans haven't forgotten the seat stolen from Garland (a seat that ultimately was filled by Justice Neil Gorsuch last year.)
Republican Senator's Tweet Complaining About Democratic Treatment of Brett Kavanaugh Actually Describes Republicans
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) blasted Senate Democrats on Twitter Monday morning for what he sees as obstructionist delays to confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Graham wrote that Democrats in the upper chamber lack are refusing to show Kavanaugh an "ounce of fairness" after the judge angrily denied allegations that he drunkenly tried to rape a woman during a party in high school.
Sarah Sanders Went on Fox News to Complain About How Democrats Are Treating Brett Kavanaugh, and People Can't Even With Her Hypocrisy
On Tuesday, while most of the world rewatched President Donald Trump's performance at the United Nations, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders visited the couch at Fox News' Fox & Friends with a message for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell about the proper process for Supreme Court nominees.
Conservative Leader Is Getting Dragged for His Tone Deaf Tweet Complaining About How Democrats Treat Republican Supreme Court Nominees
American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp is getting pounded on Twitter for suggesting that Republicans' Supreme Court nominees get treated unfairly by Democrats.
Schlapp tweeted on Sunday that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings have "transformed into a disgrace" and that "when Dems win their SC noms get an easy time, but ours get mauled."