Monday on CNN, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) argued President Donald Trump should not be taking hydroxychloroquine because he was “morbidly obese.”
Australia’s opposition left-wing Labor Party has committed to net-zero emissions by 2050 while admitting Friday it has absolutely no idea how much it will cost or what impact it will have on the economy.
Democrats and left-wing legal scholars are debating a new idea floated in the Washington Post on Friday: that Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) should withhold the first article of impeachment (“abuse of power”) and only send the second (“obstruction of Congress”) to the Senate.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) reportedly came up with the idea of withholding the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump from the Senate by watching CNN, according to Time magazine.
German legislators have proposed raising the sales tax on meat from seven percent to 19 percent to fight climate change and improve animal welfare.
On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks stated that while impeachment hearings might be a wise idea “just for rule of law,” “it’s not going to go anywhere.” Brooks said, “Republican support for Donald Trump is now
James Bond star Daniel Craig has endorsed the terrible idea of handing a woman his license to kill.
Teen magazine, Teen Vogue, is at it again, diving headlong into contentious politics and calling it “science” — this time with a video titled, “5 Common Misconceptions About Sex and Gender” that proposes that “binary is bulls**t.”
Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik told Breitbart News that dismantling the FBI is “not a bad idea.”
On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe stated that he did not believe Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s offer to wear a wire while meeting with President Trump was a good idea. Host Anderson Cooper asked, “[A]t the time that — in the book that Rosenstein offered to wear a wire to a meeting with the president…did you think that was a good idea?” McCabe answered, “Absolutely not.” McCabe added, “I felt like it was an incredibly invasive and potentially precedent-setting thing to do. I didn’t think it was necessary at that point. I mean, if you think about it, the reason you would send someone in with a concealed recording device to tape the utterances and the statements of a subject is to capture evidence of intent. We didn’t need to do that in this case. We knew what the president intended. He made — through his own public statements, statements to Lester Holt in the infamous interview where he talked about thinking about Russia when he fired the director of the FBI. So, it was really some — it was a risky and controversial position that I did not want to put the agency in.” Follow Ian
Police increasingly like idea of music festivals testing drug safety...
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