An underlying theme of some Democratic candidates this year is their intention, if elected, to go after the President with everything they've got. While that can mean almost anything, the current crop of incumbent Democrats offer some more concrete clues.
Millions of pixels and untold numbers of trees perished in the partisan dust-up following the release of Rep. Devin Nunes' FISA memo. What all the point scoring misses -- tragically, but not surprisingly -- is how the memo demonstrates the lengths, and depths, the federal government will go to spy on American citizens.
There's a bit of controversy in the air over special counsel Robert Mueller's multiple grand jury investigation into possible contacts between the Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government. Is this a fishing expedition? Can Mueller exceed his mandate and investigate whatever he wants? Why a grand jury, anyway? Aren't those unconstitutional?