Pence urges Evangelicals to match 'motivated' Left
An annual weekend gathering of evangelical activists concluded with a rallying cry, and a warning, from Vice President Mike Pence.
This has always been the key question the #MeToo movement has adamantly refused to answer: What should the standard of proof, or even the standard of believability, be?
Judicial hearings are largely useless at this point. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell should simply bring up Judge Brett Kavanaugh for a vote and end this circus. But he won't – and the circus will continue.
If the left truly wants a more tolerant America, perhaps it should start by assuming that its opponents in the religious community aren't mere bigots cloaked in the vestments of God – and perhaps it ought to think more deeply about whether the true bigotry lies within itself.
It's possible that Strzok is a grandstanding moron with a penchant for grandiosity, particularly when texting his mistress. It's possible that former FBI Director James Comey was radically incompetent at his job.
In the last two weeks, the Trump administration has begun to make a rather interesting legal argument: Collusion isn't criminal. President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani made this argument on television; Trump repeated it on Twitter. But is it true?
One of the great lies of modern politics is that when a policy fails, it's because someone just didn't care enough.
Maxine Waters, the strident Democratic congresswoman from California, has always been a fan of mob action. She's always been a fringe figure. Perhaps she'll remain so – but there are no guarantees.
To Trump fans, the summit in Singapore was a breakthrough movement. To Trump critics, it was a debacle. To the White House, it was an unalloyed win for the president. Only time will tell who's right.
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