Martin Longman is the web editor of the Washington Monthly.
He is also the founder of Booman Tribune, where he blogs. Before joining the Monthly, Martin was a county coordinator for ACORN/Project Vote and a political consultant. He has a degree in philosophy from Western Michigan University.
He may become the next presidential chief of staff, but anywhere you look Kushner is under suspicion.
People from Trump’s inner circle, often testifying reluctantly and under duress, will make the most compelling case for impeachment.
Desperate and seemingly out of alternatives, Trump is considering making his son-in-law his new consigliere.
A tiny low-wattage light bulb has flickered on inside President Trump’s brain, and he now realizes that the DC establishment will decide his fate.
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi seems like an odd tipping point in our long-troubled relations with the House of Saud.