A dumb poll irrespective of the outcome.
But worth publicizing, as it’s sure to irritate Trump if he gets wind of it and then we’ll get a fun, pissy presidential tweet about it.
In fairness to O, he’s a deserving winner. How many other presidents can say that on their watch their party [checks notes] lost control of government at every level?
Overall 31 percent of Americans say Obama did the best job followed by 21 percent who said so of Reagan, then 13 percent who said so of Clinton, and finally 10 percent who said that of Trump. The ranking shifts slightly if you combine first and second choice for “best president.” In that case Obama still leads with 44 percent but Clinton is a narrow second over Reagan (33 percent versus 32) with Trump fourth at 19.
So much for “believe the woman” I guess.
While most of the media attention regarding sexual abuse allegations is focused on the Bre
Chairman Grassley says a committee vote on Judge Kavanaugh will take place Monday in the event that Christine Blasey Ford fails to respon
I don’t understand. What’s not to like about Trump insinuating that what happened to Ford maybe wasn’t that bad and dragging her parents
Nothing much at stake here, just a seat that might decide whether the GOP retains control of the Senate and (maybe, if the hearing goes b
I can’t believe he spent two days boasting that evidence was coming that would prove so compelling that Dianne Feinstein would apologize
A group of Google employees discussed how to “leverage” their search function to oppose President Trump’s travel ban shortly after the ba
They want her to be questioned by an attorney? With the accused allowed to actually answer the specific claims against him?
CNN’s Chris Cillizza is worth reading because he often presents, albeit sometimes unintentionally, the unspoken assumptions of the mainst
The risk of a no-deal crash-out Brexit soared yesterday after the UK proposal for an end to its EU membership got laughed out of Salzburg
Many of us wondered what the usually reliable Ed Whelan had up his sleeve the last few days, as he hinted that information would emerge t
And things were going so well. Well, okay, not well, but today’s obligatory presidential tweet isn’t going to improve the situation for S
A month ago, we wondered just how easy it was to steal a commercial airliner. Today, the answer seems to be — easier than you think, but
At least one Democrat is taking his own side’s logic seriously. It doesn’t surprise me that it’s Sheldon Whitehouse, a former U.S. Attorn
Well, Ed Whelan has rolled out his case for Brett Kavanaugh’s innocence by…insinuating Christine Blasey Ford mistook him for another guy.
Is that right? The way DiFi puts it here, you would think Christine Blasey Ford’s name appeared like a bolt from the blue in the pages of
Probably, I’d bet. South Korean president Moon Jae-in has continued his efforts to keep the momentum going forward for peninsular reconci
Christine Blasey Ford’s attorneys made sure to point out in their letter to Chairman Grassley that their client is receiving death threat
Hoo boy. You know the optics are fraught when a bunch of senators are looking for a way not to grandstand on TV.
Shutdown, here we come! Start up the clocks and set up the sad-tourist photo ops. Despite what looked like an almost unnaturally smooth b
Today on The Ed Morrissey Show (4 pm ET), we have another great lineup for the news of the day! The show will be streamed on Hot Air’s Fa
CNN has become so unrelentingly anti-Trump that it really stands out when they publish a story that seems to have something positive to s
Indeed it is, and our boss emeritus Michelle Malkin did a fine job of pointing out why in a passionate appearance on Fox & Friends this m
The inevitable follow-up to yesterday’s post about Ed Whelan promising “much more” to come that’ll prove Kavanaugh’s innocence. On the on
Sen. Maize Hirono is on a roll this week. Tuesday, during a press conference she said men in America should “shut up and step up.” Yester
Fasten your seatbelts for one of the strangest union stories to come over the transom in a while. Back in 2013 (which is five years ago,
Texas Democratic Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke denied at a Friday debate attempting to flee the scene after he crashed his car in 1998 and
Elizabeth Harrington said Friday that she thinks it is likely that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed
Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee and a woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault are strugg
As President Trump’s trade policy careens along, it’s clear that a key goal is prodding U.S.-based firms to shift foreign production to the
Google has had a difficult few months, particularly as it concerns relations with Middle America and those right-of-center.
Professor Ford Given Another Extension.
The trend is unmistakable. In the California governor's race, Repubican John Cox, against all expectations, is closing in on the lead hel
His works of genius have long inspired collectors, art lovers, fellow painters, and greedy fraudsters.
Twitter is warning users that a software flaw may have shared their private messages and tweets with others.
A major review into rape convictions, ordered in the wake of last year's disclosure scandal, will only examine a fraction of the cases where
A teacher who drove into an airport worker following a row over a new £3 drop-off charge has been spared jail after a judge said he ag
Russia is set to allow women to take jobs as truck and train drivers, and to operate heavy machinery, lifting a ban that was intended to pro
An increase in the mosquito population in Aitoliko, has created the perfect conditions for spiders to thrive and multiply.
Paypal has given far-Right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones ten days to stop using its payment system, becoming the latest tech company to ban
The Vatican on Saturday announced it had signed a "provisional agreement" with China on the appointment of bishops, a breakthrough
Art historians have scratched their heads for centuries over the identity of the friendly-looking young man in one of Van Gogh's most celebr
Gunmen fired on a military parade in southwestern Iran on Saturday, killing 24 members of the Revolutionary Guards, in one of the worst atta
After the New York Times story about Rod Rosenstein questioning his sanity, Trump is surely weighing a purge of the Justice Department
This Thursday, Americans will gather together for an evening of family, food, football, and arguing with the relatives about politics. And w
Anita Hill, perennially painted as the "Rosa Parks of sexual harassment" by the national press, is back on the scene as the media push the u
Anything happen this week? Oh heck, who am I kidding. It's deja vu all over again, in Yogi Berra's great phrase: I keep having flashbacks to
Why are members of the old regime so attracted to the police institutions of the new illiberal states? Viktor Orbán and his ilk are con men
There is something we know that is absolutely true about the endless reports on networks and in newspapers about Christine Blasey Ford, a
Every morning for the past seven days I have awakened to the horror of the latest obscene Democrat attack on Brett Kavanaugh and the calc
The Latest on attack on Iranian military parade(all times local): 1:25 p.m. Iran's state-run IRNA news agency says 24 people are dead and 53