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Former FBI Director Comey’s statement from Wednesday (and his succeeding testimony) should be an indictment of himself, not of the President.
Leading liberal legal scholar Jonathan Turley argues in a recent op-ed that Comey’s testimony doesn’t make the case for impeachment or obstruction of justice charges against President Trump. Another liberal scholar, Alan Dershowitz, wrote an op-ed in an attempt to explain why Comey’s testimony proves that Trump did nothing wrong.
Comey admitted during testimony on Thursday that he was behind the leaked memos that made their way to the New York Times.
Comey may have argued that President Trump is kind of creepy, but he also admitted that Trump is no crook.
The Comey hype machine. Liberals “still cannot accept the fact that Donald Trump won the election and are doing, apparently, all they can to keep him from implementing his agenda. If they can, they’ll drive him from office.”
Let’s hope that the British people aren’t being conned by the Labour Party and that they’ll vote solidly with Theresa May and the Conservatives.
President Trump is more right about terrorism in Europe than Europe’s leaders would like you to realize.
By the way, Thomas Edsall has a new story in the New York Times explaining why the Democrat Party is in far worse trouble than anyone has even realized.
The Democrats Russia obsession is papering over some very important conversations that we need to be having right now.
With less than six months to go before a controversial foreign-surveillance amendment sunsets, lawmakers are struggling to find their focus—and reformers may be missing an opportunity.
Wonder Woman better be careful because the feminists are coming to get her.
Qatar may have finally gone too far, as Saudi Arabia threatens to take the 2022 World Cup away from them.