Nearly one-third of the Republicans serving on the House Judiciary committee will depart at the end of their present term.
Now controlled by the majority party, the Judiciary committee fulfills a singularly important role. It is the lever that moves Articles of Impeachment from the committee to the House Floor, beginning a potential Senate trial. Continue reading “All Eyes on the House Judiciary”→
The Special Counsel’s grand jury matches the timing of requests from two Senate committees, making this a double whammy for the beleaguered Trump administration.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller convened a grand jury in Washington D.C. recently. The Wall Street Journalbroke the revelation on 3 August, quickly followed with more details from the NY Times and The Washington Post. The actual date of the grand jury is not specific other than a reference to “a few weeks ago.”
It’s Super Tuesday. The Democratic 2016 Presidential campaign is in full swing with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battling it out in the national arena with 12 states up for grabs today. Yet while all this hoopla is going on, a small fact remains quietly perched on the political back burner: Sanders is also running for re-election as a U.S. Senator. His Senate seat will be decided anew with the 2018 midterm cycle, and if Vermonters vote favorably, he’ll take office at the age of 77 for his third term.