Some Democrats insist there was no foreign voter fraud in the 2016 election. But they also insist the Russians got Trump elected. That, they claim, makes him an illegitimate president. Holman Jenkins, writing in the WSJ, doesn’t buy it: The idea of Mr. Trump as Russian agent is one more failure of imagination by the media—a striving
Swamp drainage was at a standstill last week. The Washington wetlands are filled with protected species and the permitting process is more complicated than expected. The Trump Media war ended the week in a standoff when the president took the offensive in an hour and fifteen minute press conference on Thursday.
Eli Lake in Bloomberg View thinks people in the permanent government selectively leaked highly classified information to damage a political appointee. He calls what happened to Michael Flynn a “political assassination”. Normally intercepts of U.S. officials and citizens are some of the most tightly held government secrets. This is for good reason. Selectively disclosing details of private
In 2012 President Obama told Russian President Medvedev he would be much more flexible after the election. Obama thought his remarks were private but he was speaking into an open mic in front of tv cameras. Lucky for him, there was no Republican narrative of Russian election hacking in 2012. It might have seemed plausible, considering the fact that Obama repeatedly mocked
When Nordstrom dropped Ivanka Trump’s fashion line, President Trump tweeted. He accused the company of treating his daughter unfairly. Ivanka Trump isn’t the first president to defend his daughter. A Washington Post music critic once gave Margaret Truman a bad review for a singing performance. Her father, President Harry Truman, gave him hell: In response to Washington Post Music
A subcoven of west coast federal judges are conducting an emergency trial, contending that the President is utilizing the power of the federal executive branch, to commit hate crimes against selected practitioners of the Muslim faith. It started with one federal district judge in Seattle, who declared an emergency injunction, halting a key executive order to more carefully vet the travelers coming into the US from 7 specified […]
Politicos in Oklahoma have been looking to the proverbial horizon, for the prospects of a post-Fallin Oklahoma. Several names are being floated, but nearly as many are already trowing in the towel. Two names are rising to the top of the stack:Former Ronald Reagan appointee, federal prosecutor Gary Richardson, will be a strong candidate of the party of Trump. Gary ran in 2002 on an independent populist message. But Oklahoma was not ready for a nonpar […]
So much for Trump’s draining of the swamp….