In the rush to include Canada in the USMCA before the midnight Sunday, the United States “finessed” the agreement, according to various press reports.
A Superior Court judge ruled that California’s law ordering cities not to cooperate with federal immigration officials is a violation of the California Constitution.
The credibility of Julie Swetnick, who accuses U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of participating in a nefarious criminal conspiracy to gang rape girls “nearly every weekend during the school year,” has taken another two hits.
Smearing a U.S. Supreme Court nominee with a cloudy accusation of attempted rape is a tough way to raise money. But Christine Blasey Ford, the psychology professor who leveled that charge against Brett Kavanaugh, has done it.
The key question regarding the newest FBI investigation into Judge Kavanaugh's past is this: What will this probe, limited to less than seven days and “current credible allegations,” find out that the first six investigations didn’t?
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted to recommend U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, but Flake might still sink the nominee. He said he wants to delay a floor vote on Kavanaugh for one week so the FBI can investigate the lurid, ridiculous, unprovable claims from three women.
Forget about dairy tariff problems with NAFTA; it's all about natonal sovereignty in both NAFTA and NAFTA 2.0.
Texas Republican John Cornyn was right to accuse the Democrats of having "no sense of decency" in their smear of Judge Kavanaugh, but he was wrong to use a smear of the late Senator Joe McCarthy to make his point.
Christine Blasey Ford appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday and repeated her unsubstantiated claim of attempted rape. U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh took the same seat to clear his name.