I would like to ask some cogent questions of Mr. Mueller. None of these is a partisan question. Democrats, Republicans, and independents alike all should all be asking them because of the unprecedented assault on our electoral system that was devised and executed by the Russian military.
President Trump is not a saint but neither were his Democratic predecessors. I am not saying two wrongs make a right but am simply pointing out the double standard liberals use to judge us conservatives.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner used a messaging application to conduct U.S. business outside government channels, Elijah Cummings, the chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, said Thursday.
It's no surprise that at age 77 Bernie Sanders is trying again in 2020. But a significant difference this time around is that he will not be alone peddling his message of "revolution" and moving the party further toward liberal or progressive positions.
All these Democrats vying for the presidential nomination in 2020 will likely be overshadowed in public attention in 2019 by the news media spotlight and attention on Mr. Trump's struggle for political survival in the Oval Office over the remaining two years of his first term.
The White House has lacked Maryland representation since former Gov. Spiro Agnew’s vice presidential tenure came to an end in 1973 during President Richard Nixon’s second term. In 2020, that could change.
Maryland law enforcement agencies received 398 reports of hate or bias last year, an increase of 35 percent from 2016 — and a pace of more than one report a day. The state’s experience echoes a national increase in reported hate crimes, reversing a long, gradual decline.
Secretary of State Colin Powell used to talk about the Pottery Barn Rule: If you break something, such as a foreign government, you’ve bought it. Unfortunately, the U.S. has a long history of intervening and leaving chaos behind. This is what I call the Blowback Rule of unintended consequences.
The FBI investigates whether a Maryland "computer glitch" that might have wiped as many as 80,000 voters off election rolls for last month's primary was part of Russia's alleged hacking of U.S. elections.
A Twitter account @BaltimoreIsWhr invited people to join a flash mob and to post using the hashtag #BlacksAgainstHillary, according to an indictment of 12 Russian agents for hacking Hillary Clintons presidential campaign.
I usually don’t see much point in revisiting the he-said, she-said moments of political campaigns, but the words coming out of South Texas and that other wasteland, Washington, this week took me back to the moment when Hillary Clinton said something about "deplorables."
With the Supreme Court allowing Ohio to purge its voter registration rolls of people who haven't voted in several elections — an alleged fix of the non-existent problem of fraud — it is more important than ever for citizens to safeguard this precious right by exercising it. Every. Election. Day.
As former Republican House Speaker, John Boehner, stated during a recent GOP meeting in Michigan, “There is no Republican Party. There’s a Trump Party. The Republican Party is kind of taking a nap somewhere.”
President Trump loves to bask in the admiration of his supporters in campaign-style rallies. At his latest rally the crowd broke into his campaign chant of "Drain the swamp." Now that is a cause I can support.