The politicl feeding frenzy over Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court is not over.
Noth Carolina residents continue to face enormous hardships in the wake of Hurricane Florence. As so often happens when disasters strike, folks go out of their way to help. But as this story tells us, some bureaucrats don't like it when that happens:
The media and political feeding frenzy over Judge Brett Kavanaugh continues to grow, with new allegations, renewed, vehement denials, and a growing sense that whatever small amount of sanity was left in the nomination process has vanished.
Lost amid the noise over the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings was a bit of important news out of the House Ways and Means Committee, which approved a sweeping series of new tax reform bills.
Prof. Christine Blasey Ford says she might be willing to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee about her bombshell allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Monday Sept. 17 is Constitution Day, a time for us to remember and celebrate the official signing of the Constitution in 1787.
The Washington Post's Bob Woodward has a new book coming out on the president this week and it has official Washington in a tizzy. At last, the swampiest of swamp creatures believe, this is what will bring down the man they love (and desperately need) to hate.