Former FBI director James Comey released an explosive statement on his contacts with President Donald Trump a day ahead of his testimony to Congress

Comey Surrenders to House Republicans, Calls It ‘Striking a Deal’

Former FBI Director James Comey surrendered his attempts to block a subpoena to testify under oath before the U.S. House, shortly after it became likely that a federal judge was going to humiliate him by rejecting his “brazen demand,” because Supreme Court precedent makes clear that federal courts lack the authority to block such a subpoena from Congress.

As President Donald Trump points to CNN's Jim Acosta, a White House aide takes the microphone from him during a news conference in the East Room of the White House, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, in Washington.

Klukowski: Donald Trump Will Win CNN Lawsuit; Constitution on His Side

President Donald Trump will win the lawsuit that CNN filed against him on Tuesday after the White House revoked Jim Acosta’s press pass, both because the Constitution does not allow a federal court to issue this kind of order to the White House and because the First Amendment does not protect what Acosta did.

Donald Trump, Matthew Whitaker

Klukowski: The Legal Case for Matthew Whitaker’s Appointment as Acting Attorney General

It is hard to see how arguments that President Trump cannot appoint Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general, because even temporary top positions must be Senate-confirmed, could be correct. Otherwise the Constitution could deprive the nation of a functioning government every time a new party wins the presidency while the opposition party holds the Senate.

President Donald Trump opens his arms to Rush Limbaugh as he arrives to speaks during a rally at Show Me Center, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Rush Limbaugh Rocks Missouri Rally with President Donald Trump

“They say we’re divisive, but we’re not divisive, we’re defending an America that has strayed from its founding,” he said. “Nothing to do with race, nothing to do with gender … it has to do with culture, it has to do with protecting the Constitution. Pure and simple.”

Senate Supreme Court Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., the ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, flanked by Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, left, and Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., right, makes an opening statement at the confirmation hearing of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, on Capitol Hill in Washington, …

Sen. Dianne Feinstein Tries to Rewrite Supreme Court’s Heller Opinion

During day two of the Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) tried to redefine “common use” as it applies to firearms. Feinstein addressed Kavanaugh, saying, “You specifically argued that the DC ‘assault weapons’ ban was unconstitutional, and I

Sen. Cory Booker and Mike Pompeo

Sen. Cory Booker Violating Constitution: Voting Against Pompeo for Religious Beliefs

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) announced on Friday that he will vote against CIA Director Mike Pompeo’s nomination to become secretary of state because of Pompeo’s beliefs on marriage and sexuality — beliefs consistent with Pompeo’s Christian faith. Conservative leaders are now denouncing Booker’s vote as a violation of the Constitution’s Religious Test Clause.

Sen. Joe Donnelly talks to a student at March for Our Lives

Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly Attends Gun Control Event; Republicans Call Foul

Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN) clapped along at a March for Our Lives gun-control event in Indianapolis on Saturday, an unusual move for a vulnerable red-state senator, one that his 2018 Republican opponents were quick to criticize as indicating Donnelly’s lack of support for Second Amendment rights.