UK, France, Germany want “credible investigation.”
“Don’t know why Washington politicians don’t change libel laws?”
You’ll never guess what’s on it
Buckle up, kids. This ride is about to get bumpy
“I want to be at least part of the change in Congress.”
From reset buttons to Red Scares, and vice versa.
Mea culpa in the works?
Don’t look down.
The smell of fear.
Justice reform is conservative.
“A bad deal is not an option.”
Fix the real problem … and the recess too.
“Do you have a painful scroat?”
Reforms still happen.
Little late, if you ask me.
Who dares tread where even Facebook cannot go?
Bipartisan ≠ good idea.
He ain’t working here no more.
“The voices he listens to on Twitter are mocking him for being weak.”
“We need the nonpartisan truth, because we aren’t getting it from the special counsel.”
Stop delegating power.
“It’s a hypothetical. I’m not going to answer. It just is not going to happen.”
How about three pillars and finish this thing?
From down here, it looks pretty.
Government transparency is always good. Even if partisan.
“Trump wanted to know where the special counsel’s Russia investigation was heading.”
“We just had a political revolution launched against the swamp…”
Guess I’m back on a watchlist…
Harshing mellows nationwide or re-establishing the rule of law?
Hair of the dog.
“Not only should women be heard, but they should be believed.”