A little boy in Jacksonville, Arkansas, decided to go as his best friend and hero Wednesday for his school’s Dress As Your Favorite Person Day.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and several other female House Democrats are wearing black attire to mark how Wednesday’s scheduled impeachment vote is a “somber day.”
Colin Kaepernick celebrated “Unthanksgiving Day” by ripping the “US government” for having “stolen” over a “billion acres” from indigenous people, during an annual ceremony held in San Francisco, California, Thursday.
Activists are preparing for the “world’s first National Period Day” on Saturday, October 19, in an effort to elevate “the issue of period poverty.”
Thousands of #RedforEd public school teachers in North Carolina and South Carolina walked out on their classes and marched through the streets of their respective state capitols to demand higher wages and more money for schools on Wednesday.
The Maine state House on Tuesday passed a resolution to change Columbus Day, a holiday celebrated annually in October, to Indigenous People’s Day.
During an interview with “Life, Liberty and Levin” host Mark Levin, Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) discussed the importance of securing the United States borders. Scalise noted the large number of criminals in the migrant caravans that are attempting to come into the country, applauding President Donald Trump’s efforts to strengthen border security. “It’s incredibly important that we secure our border, ” Scalise told Fox News Channel’s Levin. “I applaud President Trump for being willing to do it.” He continued, “[E]very single day in this country, at least ten known terrorists are captured trying to cross into America through our border. Why are we trying to secure the border? To keep America safe.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent