With Ginsburg's failing health, any vacancy on the Supreme Court could drastically affect both the Court itself, and ultimately the nation at large.
Gavin Newsom has been sworn in as California’s new governor, and he will push the already liberal state even further left.
Democrat wunderkind Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke is planning a “solo” road trip to find out if he has the support among Democrats to mount a credible run for 2020, and a “Draft Beto” movement has begun in two states.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren went to Iowa to kick off her 2020 run for the White House. The senator told the Hawkeye State about why she released her DNA records and hinted that she was qualified for the presidency by virtue of being a woman.
Two-time presidential loser Joe Biden (shown), the former vice president, is the best man to take on President Trump in 2020, according to Biden and some other leftists.
If you want to know what happens when you send an over-schooled, undereducated former bartender to Congress, look no farther than Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the celebrated democratic socialist who represents New York’s 14th District.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, who refused as attorney general to defend the Tarheel State’s law that reserved bathrooms in public schools and other government buildings for the use of the intended sex, has jumped into bed with the same cultural subverters who fought the law.
Senator Dianne Feintsein, the 85-year-old San Francisco Democrat, wants another aging white Democrat to be the next president.
Bernie Sanders, who is contemplating another run for the White House, has a problem. Apparently Bernie Bros were fondling Bernie Gals during his 2016 run, and paying them less than men.
In Merchants of Truth, former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson said that the newspaper had a financial incentive to attack President Trump in its pages.
Some derisively call it the Land of Fruits and Nuts or even “Commiefornia,” and the Golden State is cementing this reputation now, too, with outgoing Governor Jerry Brown having signed into law this past year 1,016 bills — some of which, it’s said, were designed to counter President Trump’s agenda.