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Fasten your seatbelts. If all the relevant actors are guided primarily by their political self-interest, Roy Moore is headed for the U.S. Senate. [Read More]
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The Paul Manafort and Rick Gates indictments show the game's afoot. Now we will need to keep an eye on whether the game can be... [Read More]
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein owes a public apology to judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett — and an explanation to all Americans who condemn religious bias. During Barrett's... [Read More]
When black-clad anti-fascist protesters broke through police barricades Sunday afternoon and swarmed a peaceful rally in Berkeley, California, law enforcement stood aside and let them.... [Read More]
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The sheriff's offense struck at the Constitution. So would a pardon. [Read More]
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If President Donald Trump pardons Joe Arpaio, as he broadly hinted at during a rally Tuesday in Arizona, it would not be an ordinary exercise... [Read More]
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Ugly speech and protests are protected under the Constitution. Violence is definitely not -- and "fighting words" may not always be. [Read More]
Imposing United Nations sanctions on North Korea is the first major foreign policy success of the Donald Trump administration. The effort has a chance of... [Read More]
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The Scaramucci episode, while entertaining, taught us that there are consequences to flouting political norms. [Read More]
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The short life of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director will be remembered with joy by some, or at least by me. His unbridled... [Read More]
Here's some unsolicited advice for President Donald Trump: Don't listen to any lawyer who might tell you that you can pardon yourself, or even that... [Read More]
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Here's some unsolicited advice for President Donald Trump: Don't listen to any lawyers who might tell you that you can pardon yourself, or even that... [Read More]
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In a Missouri church case, the Constitution's free exercise clause has trumped the establishment clause, which was created precisely to stop government money going to... [Read More]
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Could President Trump's travel ban be struck down without ever mentioning that it's anti-Muslim? That's what a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for... [Read More]
Hiding in plain sight in former FBI Director James Comey's testimony Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee is a potentially major new avenue for special... [Read More]
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The president's burst of social media comments on his "travel ban" will go a long way toward undermining his Supreme Court case. [Read More]
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