Will President Trump Make A Wise Decision or a Dangerous One?
Trump almost took the country to the abyss, but instead he stopped and made the smarter choice. Instead of giving Bannon a rubber stamp on the national security council he gave the national security state a man they trust and respect.
Democrats had six years to come up with a way to do that (or perhaps I should say, a way to do that that could actually get through Congress without hordes of angry voters burning their representatives in effigy). They failed. Now Republicans are taking their shot, and so far at least, they don’t seem any more on target than Democrats were.
Hamid Baghaie, who said he would run as an independent, was imprisoned for seven months in 2015 for reasons never made public
A US watchdog group has filed a lawsuit citing payments from guests at Trump hotels and golf courses as a form of cash and favours
ERIE, Pa. Ã¢?? With or without a huge wall along the southern border, states far from Mexico will continue to feel the effects of immigration Ã¢?? just not in the way most Americans might think. That's bÃ¢?Â¦
In his 72 years, Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, who was raised in segregated Richmond, acknowledges that he has seen much change, often for the better, including advances in the 1960s. But in his elegant new memoir, “All Falling Faiths: Reflections on the Promise and Failure of the 1960s,” he explains why today’s distemper was incubated in that “burnt and ravaged forest of a decade.”
Potomac Watch columnist Kimberley A. Strassel interviews Scott Pruitt, the recently confirmed administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. He plans to follow his statutory mandate—clean air and water—and to respect states' rights.
Hailed on Twitter and Facebook for confronting the president, they also bolster his claim to be at war with the media.
When they met on Wednesday, US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin were both walking wounded.