The acting attorney general doesn’t accept Marbury v. Madison.
Of course, from Trump’s point of view, that is the point.
If there is not cause and effect between Trump’s language and Bowers’s alleged actions, there is moral culpability.
His eruptions betray a lingering anxiety about unreadiness for the task at hand.
She could have — and should have — been able to recognize the power imbalance in her husband’s long-ago affair with a White House intern.
Hopefully, Kavanaugh will be the “team player” he promised to be during the confirmation hearings.
Kavanaugh’s credibility and integrity are now fairly at issue, thanks to his own behavior.
Agreeing to an FBI inquiry into allegations against Brett Kavanaugh should have been a no-brainer for Republicans.
His confirmation now faces a serious threat.
Speed is not of the essence for a lifetime appointment this consequential. Getting at the truth is.