White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short said Monday that Democrats are being pressured by liberal groups to vote against Mike Pompeo's confirmation for secretary of state.
"The reason for the opposition is the Moveon.org and the Bernie Sandinistas have littered Democratic offices. They'll tell us that in private, ...
BALTIMORE (AP) - Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Cohen plans to introduce a bill that would tighten restrictions on lobbyists.
The Baltimore Sun reports that Cohen plans to introduce the bill Monday. Cohen says the bill is a response to constituents who say they feel kept in the dark about the ...
His live videos now regularly draw more viewers than CNN. So is this a 2020 strategy? It sure could be.
One of the goals of the RealClearPolitics’ Fact Check Review is to seed informed conversation about the fact-checking landscape. Towards this end, it was gratifying recently to hear from the Washington Post’s Fact Checker offering that publication’s take on two of the key focal points we draw out in the Review: factually true statements labeled as false on grounds of being “misleading” and the common practice of assigning a single rating to a collection of independent claims.
She's the star of GOP attack ads because the party has no other choice.
Merkel? Macron? ABT -- anybody but Trump.
When I asked President Trump about his practice of giving out hundred dollar tips to janitors and workmen, he became defensive.
The left may not win this fight as they’ve won so many others, such as Dave Chappelle, who innocently suggested to an audience that we should “give Trump a chance.” He later apologized for it after the comment angered some of his more “woke” fans. More recently, after a social backlash, pop-country singer Shania Twain apologized for an “awkward” comment she made in Guardian interview, in which she said that she would have voted for Donald Trump.The SJWs of the left demand absolute compliance to maintain relevance in the social sphere, you see.
The Iran nuclear deal—the most significant non-proliferation agreement in more than a quarter century, whether you like the terms or not—is perched on the edge of a diplomatic cliff.
The social media giant, Facebook, is in the public spotlight, called to account for its cavalier handling of the life details of two billion users. Hard on the heels of the U.S. Congress hearings, the Canadian Parliament has begun to scrutinize the breach of personal information involving Cambridge Analytica and Facebook. This is a perfect opportunity to understand better the darker corners of today’s digital society and take appropriate remedial action.
The US objective is not to win trade concessions, but to force a change in China's whole economic and industrial policy approach
This election will either legitimize Trump’s rule or upend it. There’s no time or money to waste on divisive primaries or contests far removed from competitive House seats.
President Trump promised to reverse the Obama era's progressive economic policies and free American capitalism to do what it does best: increase prosperity for all.
Amid all the press frothing and Democrat demagoguery over the phantom Russia collusion scandal, President Trump has been systematically and persistently chalking up victory after victory, making good on a long list of promises he made during the campaign.
To end the worst stagnation in living standards since the Great Depression, the country needs to be bold.
Donald Trump often appears to be a president in rebellion against his office. A president, we have come to expect, hastens to the scene of a natural disaster to comfort the afflicted. After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, President Trump arrived tardily and behaved unseriously, tossing rolls of paper towels at storm-battered residents as if he were trying to drain three-point shots.
Speaker Paul Ryan may want to spend more time with his family, but he also knows that there’s nothing for him to do in Washington. Maybe you’d settle for seeing your children on the weekend if there was a real shot at enacting big conservative reforms. But there’s no point making such sacrifices if all there is to do is keep the government open with legislative duct tape.
Sen. Todd Young said Monday that most of the opposition to Mike Pompeo as secretary of state is political.
"I have yet to hear any reason put forward that I find holds a whole lot of weight that can explain a vote for him for director of central intelligence and ...
DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit NAACP branch will recognize students from about a half-dozen Detroit-area high schools for their activism, including participation in protests to end gun violence.
The civil rights organization will present the honor during the 63rd Annual Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner on May 6 at Cobo ...