Rod Rosenstein, Quit!

Charles Hurt, Washington Times
If you have a shred of integrity left in you, if you still care about the law and justice as much as you claim, if you still hold to your oath, then quit your position as deputy attorney general of the United States.

Trump’s Rosenstein Dilemma: This Is the Deep State Unraveling

Mark Penn, The Hill
Damned if you do. Damned if you don’t. That is the dilemma President Donald Trump faces as he decides whether to fire Rod Rosenstein following revelations that the deputy attorney general allegedly talked about taping the president and rounding up Cabinet officials to invoke the 25th Amendment.

Blue Storm Rising?

Carl M. Cannon, Orange County Register
In 1994, at a time I was covering the White House for the Baltimore Sun, early November seemed like a good time to play in an adult baseball league tournament in Arizona. I mean, what could go wrong?

How Feinstein Is Conspiring to Destroy Kavanaugh

Paul Sperry, New York Post
Democrat leaders and their liberal aides, along with professional agitators, are all intermingled and conspiring together to achieve the same objective — in this case, to spike the confirmation of President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.

Sick to Your Stomach? #MeToo

Maureen Dowd, New York Times
We are still watching a bookish university professor from the West, who tried to anonymously report an alleged blight on the character of a man about to ascend to a lifetime of power, get smeared as a demanding, mixed-up, uptight, loony fantasist.

Paul Gosar rips siblings who endorsed opponent David Brill in TV ad

PHOENIX — Six siblings of U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar have urged voters to cast their ballots against the Arizona Republican in November in an unusual political ad sponsored by the rival candidate.

The television ad from Democrat David Brill combines video interviews with Gosar-family siblings who ask voters to usher ...

Trump administration moves to deny green cards to immigrants on public aid

SAN DIEGO — The Trump administration has proposed rules that could deny green cards to immigrants if they use Medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers and other forms of public assistance.

Federal law already requires those seeking green cards and to prove they will not be a burden - or "public ...