Middle- and high-school students in Baltimore booed first lady Melania Trump at a summit on opioid awareness, and received cheers from the left for their rudeness.
Democrats have failed to learn the important lessons that came from the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton, and the results will likely end up the same.
Lauding people’s “courage” on Twitter is less about fortitude and more about concurrence.
It’s so precious watching big-name journalists speak of the sanctity of guarding the anonymity of the Ukrainian phone call whistleblower.
California Sen. Kamala Harris and Donald Trump should have criminal justice reform in common, but she doesn’t want to give him credit for passing a good law.
If the anonymous author of a tell-all book about the Trump administration has something to say, he or she should do it in the light of day.
President Trump isn’t a warmonger, but his decision on Syria shows his campaign-trail promise of opposing foreign wars can lead to mistakes, too.
Rep. Adam Schiff failed to disclose that the whistleblower who complained about President Donald Trump’s call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy had first approached Schiff’s committee with the information.
Can anyone argue that President Trump’s Twitter posts with nasty nicknames for his political opponents and his helicopter banter with reporters are going to unify the country?
House Speaker Nancy Pelsoi was always going to impeach President Donald Trump, who handed his critics a stick when he discussed investigating a political rival with the president of Ukraine.