The Supreme Court should not require President Trump to release his tax returns on several grounds. There is not one good reason for his tax return to be released, and far too many why they should not. In addition, the Supreme Court should not vote a
Democrat Beto O’Rourke Tried to get the upper hand late Friday, mocking the gradual reopening of the Texas economy from coronavirus shutdowns as “Dangerous, dumb and weak.” But at least two Texas Republicans weren’t having it.
Former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke tells Lawrence O’Donnell that just providing additional funding for food banks is unsustainable and the best way to feed hungry Americans is to expand who qualifies for the SNAP program and extend it for “the length of the economic downturn” because it is “morally the right thing to do.”
The Sanders campaign is asking delegates to sign agreements governing their social media use and convention conduct to avoid a repeat of 2016.
At one point the due date for filing your Mississippi income tax return was May 15, but it has been pushed back to a later date.
The Fort Worth Herd returns to the Stockyards for the holiday weekend, although they won’t be driving down Exchange Avenue just yet.
There are so many final seasons happening this summer.
The Supreme Court heard arguments from two cases today involving subpoenas for Trump’s tax returns. Neal Katyal tells Lawrence O’Donnell that he thinks it’s possible the justices could rule against Trump in both cases because “in both cases, you had one fundamental overarching principle that the court cared about, which is no one is above the law.”
‘I think next time around you’re going to see another candidate carrying the progressive banner’