In 2016, Bernie Sanders won roughly 50% of the Iowa vote (if not more; no popular vote was recorded). This year? His final vote was 26.5%, essentially halved. In 2016, Sanders received 152,193 votes in a 60-38 blowout of Hillary Clinton. This year,...
Reuters’ Sarah N. Lynch broke a big story on Monday morning highlighting one of the more outrageous examples of the Trump administration’s penchant for rewarding supporters and punishing opponents: A U.S. Justice Department anti-human trafficking...
Supporting Trump is a complicated situation for religious conservatives. But these are complicated times.
Counter ApologistThis is utter horseshit. The overwhelming bulk of White Evangelicals are not "Reluctant Trump" voters. They're enthusiastic MAGA Hat wearing "Always Trump" voters. Go to any evangelical gathering. Look at their fucking leaders kissing his ass!
Comparing the president’s behavior to that of an autocrat, the Republican senator explains to The Atlantic why he’s voting to convict him.
Counter ApologistI don't agree with @SenatorRomney about many things, and I fully believe that he should be commended for his actions today. He will go down in history for this action and he deserves to, but there's an important point that we should recognize. /1
Maine Sen. Susan Collins (R) on Tuesday defended her newly announced decision to vote to acquit President Trump in his Senate impeachment trial, saying he has learned "a pretty big lesson" over his dealings with Ukraine.
LGBTQ “panic” defenses have long been a controversial part of the legal system. It effectively absolves blame from the perpetrator of a crime and places it on the victim instead. Luckily, these kinds of defenses are slowly but surely being banned...