Nancy Pelosi's overwrought take on Donald Trump's receptiveness to "oppo research" is hard to take seriously.
Justin Amash and Rand Paul Disagree About Impeachment, but Fight Together for Federal Surveillance Reform
Both still see surveillance abuse that needs fixing. They’re pursuing different paths to get there.
The symposium includes contributions by 16 legal commentators, including VC bloggers Keith Whittington and myself.
Scuffling GOP primary challenger, meanwhile, defends his assertion that the president would prefer an "Aryan nation"
As the special counsel steps down, he wants to make sure we understand why he won't accuse President Donald Trump of obstruction.
WATCH: At Town Hall, Justin Amash Explains Impeachment Tweets, Gets Asked About Possible Libertarian Presidential Run
If you had never heard of Amash before, it was a perfect introduction to his views on just about every significant issue. If you are familiar with him, it was a standout performance.
In another long Twitter thread, the libertarian-ish Michigan Republican says AG Barr "helped further the president’s false narrative about the investigation."
Whether or not you agree with Amash, his demeanor this week stands in stark contrast to how most of Trump's defenders—and the president himself—have reacted to Amash's statements.
The president goes personal in his reply to a libertarian Republican congressman accusing him of obstruction of justice.
"When loyalty to a political party or to an individual trumps loyalty to the Constitution, the Rule of Law—the foundation of liberty—crumbles."
Democrats Will Go Forward With Barr Contempt Vote Despite DOJ Threat to Deny Them All Access to the Mueller Report
Plus: "Offending religious feelings" in Poland, Trump tax returns, the latest "heartbeat bill," Denver's mushroom measure, and more...
The libertarian legal analyst says Trump, like his White House predecessors, has abused executive power in all sorts of ways.
The Fox News legal analyst says the president is abusing executive power.
Nancy Pelosi thinks so, but the relevant statutes suggest she is wrong.
Lindsey Graham Continues To Demonstrate Everything That's Wrong With Republicans in the Age of Trump
Graham's "evolution" during the Trump years has been more dramatic than most, but his performance on Wednesday was on par with how many other Republicans have handled the explosive details in the Mueller report.
Plus: The student censors come for Camille Paglia.
With the Mueller report scaring off other GOP challengers, the special prosecutor's former boss calls on the president to resign, raises "millions," and continues to get drubbed in the polls.
That's a potentially dangerous combination.
Reason editors discuss Russia, Biden, Moulton (?), and that television show with the dragons.
Giuliani Says There Was 'Nothing Wrong With Taking Information From Russians,' but Trump Clearly Thought Otherwise
Although it's not all clear that the Trump Tower meeting was criminal, the president knew it would look bad.
Calling for impeachment is likely a publicity stunt for the Massachusetts senator's flagging presidential campaign.
Forget about Donald Trump and the Mueller report and think about all the little (and not-so-little) people who get crushed by the feds.
Extreme partisanship and the desire for power will play as big a role in saving Trump's presidency as his aides did by ignoring his orders.
The Mueller report drops and Trump tweets.
The president heedlessly created the appearance that he was trying hard, though ineptly, to hide something.
Was the president saved by the swamp he campaigned against?
More thorough coverage to come later.
In a press conference shortly before Mueller's report was released to the public
Plus: E.U. authorities terrorize the internet (again) and "memers of the world unite."
Plus: Ohio vice cop indicted for murder, FFC would police "the new kids online beat," and crony Federal Reserve appointments on the way?
Covering stories is too important to abandon for brazen partisan pandering-or wishful thinking.
The battle over the Mueller report will pit national security, executive privilege, and privacy against the public interest in the Russia investigation.