Category Archives: The Hill

A nuclear October surprise?

By Tim Judson in The Hill The Trump administration has been plotting for many months to seize power over the electrical generation sector by executive order, and despite widespread opposition and infighting that set the effort back this week, analysts … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Donald Trump, Energy, The Hill

Dems target small cluster of states in battle for House

By Reid Wilson in The Hill The Democratic Party’s chances of recapturing the House of Representatives are increasingly centered on a relatively small number of states where an outsized number of battleground districts will decide who wields the Speaker’s gavel … Continue reading

Posted in Democrats, Elections, House of Representatives, The Hill

Roger Stone fights back, slams ‘busted’ Washington Post over Mueller report

Radnor Reports suggests that this article and the preceding article – Zeroing in: Special Counsel Mueller examines conflicting accounts of Roger Stone and WikiLeaks – be read together. By Megan Keller of The Hill Longtime President Trump ally Roger Stone … Continue reading

Posted in Donald Trump, Robert Mueller, Roger Stone, Russia, The Hill, WikiLeaks

The battle for control of the Senate is looking worse for Democrats

By Alexander Bolton of The Hill Just a month ago, Democrats saw a path to a Senate majority but now look as if they could lose more seats and have a smaller minority next year. Republicans have seen a bump … Continue reading

Posted in Democrats, Elections, Senate, The Hill

GOP senator blocks bill that would ban release of 3D gun blueprints

By Jordain Carney of The Hill Republican Sen. Mike Lee (Utah) objected. He noted that while he had just seen the bill for the first time, he had concerns that it would infringe on the First Amendment. “Any legislation that … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Guns and gun control, Senate, The Hill