After months of talking about "resistance", Senate Democrats finally appear to be putting their money where their mouth is.
After days of testimony, Senate Democrats have seen enough of Neil Gorsuch - enough to know that they're going to try to filibuster him.
Chuck Schumer made that very clear during a speech yesterday on the senate floor.
The fight to repeal and replace Obamacare is rapidly becoming a battle between factions of oligarchs.
So who will win - the Koch brothers faction that hates the Republican healthcare plan?
Or the Trump-Mercer faction that supports it?
As it stands right now, the Republican plan to replace Obamacare still doesn't have enough support to make it through a House vote.
The conventional wisdom is that outsourcing to places like China is the biggest threat to American jobs.
And while that's definitely true, there's a new threat on the horizon.
As it expands out from its online bookstore roots, Amazon has approached virtual monopoly status - and regular retailers are paying the price.
As the confirmation hearings begin for Trump Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch, new questions are being raised about his ties to a shadowy right-wing billionaire.
Will they sink his nomination?
Or will the oligarchs get another handpicked Supreme Court justice?
Donald Trump suggested that the Affordable Care Act was a clever ruse by our first black president and his Democratic friends to have a successful health-care system in place for his own presidency, but was set up to fail in the first year of the next president's term.
Donald Trump has officially unveiled his first budget plan.
He's calling it the "America First" budget - but a better name for would probably be "Oligarchs First" - because they're the only people who get anything out of it.
The rest of America gets hit hard - and I mean really hard.
Donald Trump suggested that the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare) was a clever ruse by our first Black president and his Democratic friends to have a successful health-care system in place for his own presidency, but one that was set up to fail in the first year of the next president's term.
For now, at least, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump are on the same page when it comes to passing the Republicans' god-awful tax-cut-for-the-rich disguised as a healthcare plan.
But the peace treaty between the Speaker and the President won't last forever - especially if the Breitbart bubble keeps on growing.
The Congressional Budget Office has finally come out with its big analysis of the Republican Party's plan to replace Obamacare, and surprise, surprise, a lot people are going to lose their health insurance if this thing becomes the law - 24 million of them in fact.