Yes, he is. Here is what Attorney General Bill Barr said in an interview with CBS News on May 31:
Right, so Huber had originally been asked to take a look at the FISA applications and the electronic surveillance but then he stood back and put that on hold while the Office of Inspector General was conducting its review, which would've been normal for the ...
I managed to find one of Sander's position statements on this (but not Warren's so I'll accept an answer on that):
Donald Trump’s haphazard and reckless plan to impose tariffs on Canada and the European Union is an absolute disaster that will cause unnecessary economic pain to farmers, manufacturers and consumers in Vermont and throughout the country.
Per house rules, yes the house can issue subpoenas directly from committees.
(m)(1) For the purpose of carrying out any of its functions and duties
under this rule and rule X (including any matters referred to it under
clause 2 of rule XII), a committee or subcommittee is authorized
(subject to subparagraph (3)(A))—
This specifies 'for ...
Bearing in mind subsequent changes (including the 2020 phase-out currently in the works), a 2013 press release by Northrop Grumman said:
Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc. (TAI), a subcontractor to Northrop Grumman, delivered its first F-35 Lightning II center fuselage to Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin at a ceremony held at TAI's facilities in ...
According to Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI)
One of the most complex structural sections of the aircraft, "F-35A Center Fuselage" is produced by TAI as a second source.
Second source means "a company that is licensed to manufacture and sell components originally designed by another company (the first source)"
The F-35 made by Lockheed Martin is a joint venture by multiple countries; among others, USA, Canada, Italy and Turkey.
Turkey was part of the deal and they helped funding the development of the jet. They were expelled from the program after the deal to buy the Russian S-400 missile defense system.
Ellen Lord, Pentangon acquisition chief, commenting on the ...
Regarding Akre and Wilson v. WTVT 2003.
1) (a) The two reporters DID NOT claim that the news outlet WTVT, the Tampa affiliate of the FOX News Network, "lied." They claimed a violation of FCC "news distortion policy" which has never been published in the Federal Register and never been codified as a regulation with definitive elements and defenses.
(b) FCC ...
EDIT: after listening to the podcast linked by OP, Mr. Shapiro never says the words claimed by OP, and never says that the subpoenas are illegitimate. It is possible that he linked to the wrong podcast, or it was a comment on the video itself. I've made edits to my answer to reflect this information.
Congress has the power to issue subpoenas and has ...
Are we talking representative polls by reputable pollsters, or "online polls"? Is being in favor of an impeachment inquiry the same as "wanting Trump impeached"? Lots of wriggle room there.
How many Americans want the Bidens investigated?
CBS News sees 43% "in favor of further investigation", 29% saying "too soon to say". As per the same article, 55% ...
I see this question is already answered, but there is an important dimension to the question you are answering which has not been addressed.
Namely: This study shows that right-wing authoritarianism (RWA), not right-wing political views, correlates with low emotional intelligence.
You should also note: This study does not examine links between left-wing ...
It seems improbable that Johnson would have used the "traitor" word in Parliament at least, because it is considered unparliamentary language.
Terms of abuse that have been ruled as out of order include coward, hooligan, rat and traitor.
(Interestingly though, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox did recently refer to the opposition as "too cowardly" but that ...
"Guilty of betrayal", which at least implies the person so accused being a traitor.
I know that my Right Honourable friend will appreciate that in deciding to remain in the customs union, the leader of the opposition is guilty of a shameless U-turn and a betrayal of millions of people who voted 'leave'.
Wanting to "betray the people" (also "...
Yes, they did. It was confirmed today by Justice Department spokesperson Kerri Kupec. Here is what this CNN article says:
The Office of Legal Counsel later said the complaint could be looked at as a possible criminal matter, sending it along to the department's Criminal Division, according to a legal memo released Wednesday. Around the same time, ...