McDonnell claims that Citizens United gives him the right to exchange access for cash, and to not call it a bribe.
A legal win for voting rights, and a political win for Democrats.
Republicans: “The public must have its say!” Public: “Thanks for asking. Do your job.”
The GOP’s predictable refusal to consider Garland is exactly why Obama chose him.
The Garland choice will expose GOP as angry partisans working on behalf of an angry presidential candidate.
Merrick Garland has been described by Orrin Hatch (R – UT) as a “consensus pick.” Now watch the GOP block him.
It’s never been about precedent or principle; it’s always been about power.
The administration wants to find out just how committed Republican Senators are to obstruction.
They get how high the stakes are. Here’s hoping the Democrats come to play, too.
One the one hand, we know how Scalia would vote. On the other hand, come on.
John Kasich vs. Stephen Colbert. Guess who wins?
The accusation may not be fair, but it’s on Sanders to prove it wrong. He isn’t doing a great job.
Nominating someone to fill a Supreme Court vacancy is the opposite of an “unconstitutional power grab.”