Ted Vaill: The Grumpy Old People’s Party, once arch anti-Communist, has surrendered to Trumputin and now is falling in line with their Dear Leader, still adored by 90% of his followers.
Mitchell, who spent 12 hours in jail despite never being charged with a crime from the incident, was not about to let the matter go quietly.
Cheryl Dorsey: How is it that these two very powerfully placed, former law enforcement officers could be accused of serious misconduct, forced out of their respective positions and come out unscathed?
Lance Simmens: Mr. Mueller, whether or not this was your intent, your devotion to institutionalist restraint has sufficiently clouded the issue of whether the President can be held accountable for criminal actions
Sharon Kyle: At least 85,000 law enforcement officers across the United States have been investigated or disciplined for misconduct over the past decade for violations including rape and molestation.
La Mikia Castillo: As Christians, we know that Jesus died for our salvation, but we often overlook the fact that his death was sanctioned by a state that was aware of his innocence.
John Peeler: impeachment is only on the table should the House Democrats decide they want to make a symbolic statement.
Bill Blum: If you want to understand the Mueller report, the last thing you should do is rely on Barr’s attempts to summarize Mueller’s findings.
Joe Mathews: The rule also reduces even our most well-intentioned leaders to liars; they may talk about the need to embrace sustainability and fight inequality, but they are powerless to change the state’s most unsustainable and unequal rule.
Tom Hastings: It is obvious that the Trumpeters simply lack basic reasoning skills when they yell that Trump is completely and totally exonerated.
Lance Simmens: We have relied upon individuals with strong partisan Republican credentials to rectify or at the very least mitigate the rampant corruption that has overtaken our society. It is looking more and more likely that we may have to wait until the 2020 election to render a verdict on this issue.
Laura Finley: Reauthorization has stalled in part due to a provision that would block domestic abusers from having firearms.
Bill Blum: He issues his opinions often in dissent or as idiosyncratic concurrences, geared toward upsetting liberal precedents, returning American law to the libertarian free-market jurisprudence of the Gilded Age, and neutralizing litigation as an instrument of progressive social and economic reform.