Here is some advice for The Resistance from a couple of Baltimore political veterans: Don't fall prey to the chaos, the constant diversion and the mounting stack of shady behavior. FOCUS! Focus on a single compelling message that has the power to unify the anti-Trump opposition and attract bipartisan support from increasingly shaky Republicans. Pressure Congress to exercise its authority to instruct the IRS to release a president's tax returns.
Isn't it awfully late to be decrying the normalization of Mr. Trump when you were an early adopter of normalization because you thought the horrible Democratic nominee would have an easier time beating him?
I can't let the week in media and politics end without commenting on Team Clinton going down to New Orleans, opening the coffin and taking the stake out of the heart of James Carville, the Count Dracula of attack spin doctors.
Everything has gone downhill for Hillary Clinton since she announced her candidacy; a steady stream of news stories and damning allegations about her family foundation and tenure as secretary of state has dogged her almost daily.
Ashraf Ghani left a comfortable life as an anthropology professor at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore to help rebuild his war-torn homeland of Afghanistan after U.S.-led forces toppled the Taliban government. Now, he is a step away from becoming its president, expected to compete in a runoff election against the front-runner, Abdullah Abdullah.
Paul Ryan being selected as Mitt Romney's GOP running mate was big news late Friday night, and no one on television did a better job of covering it on the fly than MSNBC. I can't believe I typed those words either.