“If the judiciary can subject the executive branch to new, disruptive and invasive reviews, the power of the judiciary is enhanced while the power of the executive has been diminished. That is a tilt we cannot abide.”
The country-turned-pop star has famously kept silent on politics over the years, but everything changed as of Monday, when she posted an endorsement of two Democratic candidates for office on her Instagram account.
Antifa members vandalized the Metropolitan Republican Club in New York ahead of Gavin McInnes’s Friday appearance at the club, prompting an outbreak of violence that Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo blamed on President Donald Trump.
“While I believe and respect the skit was meant in jest, I know this topic hits home — particularly in Bennington at this particular moment,” he said, in an apparent reference to the resignation of former state Rep. Kiah Morris.
Two staffers of the Center for Popular Democracy were the women who shouted at Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., last Friday at a Senate elevator in a widely reported confrontation over his expected vote in favor of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The girls jumped up and down as they chanted their support for a ban. “We won’t wait for the state, no more plastic bags!” and “do something drastic, cut the plastic!” they shouted at the top of their voices.
Activists like Linda Sarsour get arrested at protests a lot, and they’re incredibly likely to make a second appearance hours later. Here’s why.
When asked what she thinks is motivating the allegations, she shrugs and replies: “The accusations are due to money floating around.”
An unknown person located in the House of Representatives on Thursday posted the personal information of Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, as well as Mike Lee and Orrin Hatch of Utah.
Jane Mayer, co-author with Ronan Farrow of the article about the “second accuser” of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, has strong personal and professional ties to Vermont. She also has a journalistic history of combining research with “informed speculation” to reach unproven conclusions.
Left-wing nonprofit groups that orchestrated disruptions during Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings likely violated IRS rules, which can result in their loss of tax-exempt status.