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Littwin: Kavanaugh had a point. What goes around may well come...

The Senate has voted. Brett Kavanaugh has been narrowly confirmed. In a normal time, that would be the end of the story, or at...

Littwin: In the nation’s latest #MeToo moment, Trump comes clean. He...

Donald Trump is right — words, by the way, I rarely use in that order — when he says the Brett Kavanaugh accusation story...

Littwin: Justice Kennedy retires and now we wonder whether Roe v....

You can mark this date on your calendar. A calamity is now upon us. Justice Anthony Kennedy, the last conservative on a 5-4 Supreme Court...

Wiretap: So which is worse — professional athletes protesting racism or...

Whatever else you can say about Donald Trump, it's safe to say that no other president has ever gotten himself involved in a Twitter war...

Littwin: Cory Gardner holds a town hall meeting that is exactly...

For all those insisting that Cory Gardner finally hold his first town hall meeting of the Trump era, I've got some partly-fake news for...

Wiretap: Congress slaps Russia, Putin slaps back and where does it...

You may be old enough to remember when Vladimir Putin was Donald Trump's one true friend —you know, way back in early July during...

Littwin: McCain (also Collins, Murkowski) a hero for doing what everyone...

Let's face it, we desperately needed a hero. The country needed a hero as much as the millions whose health care was put at...

Littwin’s Short Take: Distractions

The trouble with all the Trump distractions — meant to divert our attention from the really awful stuff, like the ongoing Obamacare repeal vote-a-rama—...

Colorado SOTU flap: Udall wants to sit together; Lamborn wants to...

Colorado Democratic Senator Mark Udall has led an effort over the last two years to "bridge the divide" that has marked presidential State of the Union addresses by seeking to institute bipartisan seating. Udall's plan to make progress on Capitol Hill by any means possible including symbolic gesture has met with mixed success. Colorado Republican Congressman Doug Lamborn, for example, one of the most conservative members of Congress, has announced not only that he's not mixing this year but also that he plans to not attend the speech at all as a way to send his own symbolic message.