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ROBERT MUELLER IN A BAR FIGHT
President Trump’s attorney general nominee William Barr testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee today, and honestly it could’ve gone worse.
The FBI felt compelled to expand its investigation of the Trump campaign to determine whether President Trump himself was taking orders from the Russian government after he fired James Comey in May, 2017.
COME AT THE KING
It took Republicans losing the House of Representatives in a landslide, but Congress might finally have the will to penalize Rep. Steve King (R-IA) for being an unapologetic white supremacist.
WE'RE OUT OF SHUTDOWN PUNS
President Trump’s government shutdown will tie the longest in history tomorrow.
More Republicans have defected from President Trump over his decision to shutter the federal government until congressional Democrats agree to pay for a wall along the southern border.
OVAL OFFICE ABSCESS
Our short national nightmare just got longer and even more stupid.
NEW SHUTDOWN PUN GOES HERE
Seventeen days after shutting down the government to extort border-wall money from the public, President Trump is desperate to change the politics of his impulsive decision.
"MONTHS OR EVEN YEARS"
Day 14 of the government shutdown: At a meeting with bipartisan Congressional leaders, President Trump threatened to let the government shutdown last “months or even years” until he gets the funding he wants for his border wall.
OUT WITH THE OLD
A new Congress was sworn in today, with Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives for the first time since 2011 and Nancy Pelosi taking the Speaker’s gavel from Paul Ryan’s newly unemployed hand.
NEW YEAR, SAME SHUTDOWN We’ve entered the 12th day of a partial government shutdown, and as Donald Trump continues to demand a wall, the end does not appear to be near.