After decades shouting truth in the wilderness of U.S. politics, Sanders is making the most of his chance.
Perhaps fearing the coup report might make the GOP look bad, Republicans think the panel should look into antifa, too.
Lindsey Graham moans that Republicans may “eat our own.” We can hope.
The thought echoes that of GOP representatives who last month said they weren’t voting for impeachment out of fear.
If Senate Democrats refuse to eliminate the filibuster, they will effectively need 60 votes to pass legislation.
A verdict in the impeachment trial could come as early as Saturday afternoon. A two-thirds vote is needed to convict.
A new poll finds that Biden’s approval rating is 61 percent, the highest rating a president has received since 2009.
Last month, they launched an ad campaign against Manchin for his opposition to $2,000 relief checks.
You don’t negotiate with rabid dogs.
Rep. Ilhan Omar blasted McConnell for his hypocrisy: “You lost all credibility when you stole a Supreme Court seat.”