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The latest meltdown over Obamacare – President Trump’s recent executive order to eliminate so-called “cost-sharing reduction payments” to insurance companies – is yet another illustration of how selective our allegiance is to the allegedly hallowed “rule of law.”
At one level, what is happening to disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein reminds me of one of the more chilling scenes in Jack London’s “Call of the Wild.” If two huskies got into a fight, the rest would gather in a circle and watch. Whichever dog went down first – even if it was just a fall – was doomed. The entire pack would pounce and tear it to pieces.
WASHINGTON - The suddenly resurgent Republican effort to undo the Affordable Care Act was dealt a major blow on Tuesday when a bipartisan group of governors came out against a proposal gaining steam in the Senate.
Talk of a deal could put hardliner legislators in the difficult position of deciding whether to support a deal struck by a president who won their state, even if it incurs the wrath of conservatives opposed to any compromise over DACA recipients.
WASHINGTON - Democratic leaders announced late Wednesday that they agreed with President Trump to pursue a legislative deal that would protect hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants from deportation and enact border security measures that don't include building a physical wall.
ALBANY -- Bickering among Democrats in the state Senate has become virtually a full-contact sport as pressure grows on a renegade group aligned with Republicans to return to the party's mainstream.
PHOENIX - President Donald Trump on Tuesday threatened to shut down the government over border wall funding, said the North American Free Trade Agreement is likely to be terminated and signaled that he was prepared to pardon former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, who is anathema to the Latino community.
A Missouri lawmaker started the day by making a comment on Facebook that would soon lead to calls for her resignation and even catch the attention of the Secret Service.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Republican voters here put a bitter Senate campaign into overtime Tuesday, forcing Sen. Luther Strange into a runoff with conservative jurist Roy Moore for the right to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions's old seat.