Liars, leakers and lawyers
A ‘single and proper standard of justice’ has not been scrupulously, or even half-heartedly, applied to the Trump-Russia story
It’s being blared about the internet that now, finally, at last, the 30-year military veteran has got justice. Not yet he hasn’t
Why, if the FBI had concluded that Flynn was not guilty of collusion with the Russian, were two agents sent to lure him into a perjury trap?
Trump has a habit of turning his detractors into hypocrites
When it comes to Getting Trump, your enemy’s enemy is your friend
Federal investigators are now héros de la résistance
What explains the prophylactic prostration the Attorney General is engaging in?
At times, you almost feel sympathetic for the president’s naiveté and inexperience in how Washington works
The Donald used to complain that he didn’t have an Attorney General. Boy does he now...
Why doesn’t Donald Trump put an end to government spying on American citizens?
Serious charges need serious proof. Simple fairness demands it. But McCabe presents none
Beware the suffocating metastasis of the administrative state
The latest allegations feel thinner than usual — yet still they’ve dominated the airwaves and Twitter feeds of media VIPs
The answer probably won’t surprise you
President Donald Trump must have a lot on his mind as an eventful week—even by the new standard he’s created…