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President Donald Trump during a Make America Great Again rally in Southaven, Miss., October 2, 2018.

Kavanaugh will be confirmed, and Trump will solidify his own hold on power in the midterms.

When the Mueller charade is finally out of the way, everyone involved in the false applications for a FISA surveillance warrant against junior Trump campaign helper Carter Page will face the music.

The outcome of the midterms may depend on how quickly the administration can counter-attack on the legal front.

He ran for office against both parties and the status quo and carries the fight into the midterms.

The unusually eventful summer has reinforced the stark division between the supporters and enemies of the administration. And in this case, there is no point engaging in the traditional sportsmanlike nomenclature of describing the opposition as “adversaries.” They are enemies and the president would not wish it any other way. He ran for office against […]

The United States has a self-emasculated attorney general, a deputy attorney general in whom no one has any confidence, and a Justice Department that is wallowing and simmering in the vessel of it's own failure.

Long Overdue, Overhaul of the U.S. Criminal-Justice System May Have Begun

The Trump-impeachers, shuffling grimly forward into the desert like Old Testament slaves to the chant of the ineffable millionaire congresswoman Maxine Waters: "Impeach 45!" will perish in the sand.

The early righteousness of the anti-Trump lynch-mob was deflated when the Steele dossier was revealed as defamatory lies assembled and paid for by the Clinton campaign.

Donald Trump is slowly climbing in the polls.

The incumbent is not without his limitations, but a few words from George W. and Justice Ginsburg remind us that the thought of almost any combination of current Bushes, Clintons, and Obamas having another crack at it is both nightmarish and sobering.

If the Democrats do not bail out of this crashing plane soon, they are going to suffer a horrible electoral fate.

Trump Starts Year Two In a Far Better Position Than Democrats Imagined.