I am taking a few days off to take care of her.
“What did we get wrong? — Believing everyone would get vaccinated and the millions of people who dropped out of the labor force would come back and the wages wouldn’t be under such pressure.”
When I hear some Americans talk about Palestine and Israel, I marvel at how effective the campaign to project a fictional image of that region is, even on liberals, progressives, and leftists. Then, if I must, I read Tom Friedman’s articles on the matter and despair at how many people think there is even a hint of reality in them.
The rogue Biden regime and the deep state swamp are taking political persecution to a whole new level.
After being unconstitutionally detained for over a year for participating in the events on January 6th, Kenneth Harrelson, a former US military servicemember, is now facing suspension from receiving his benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
The Pizzagate topic has been one of great controversy, and for good reason – if true, the implications of the allegations are huge. It would shatter our illusions of powerful people including Presidents, high ranking politicians and those we trust to run our countries. These people would be, under the definitions of our systems, criminals committing heinous and unforgivable crimes.
Never Trumpers and disgruntled former White House staffers fell hard for Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony on Capitol Hill Tuesday only to be left embarrassed when bombshell reports began to contradict her wild claims.
On Tuesday, former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified that former President Donald Trump literally tried to commandeer the presidential suburban during the January 6 riot and became borderline violent when Secret Service agent Bobby Engel tried to stop him.
Yesterday, the Los Angeles Times published an op-ed entitled, “Why Does the Pentagon Give a Helping Hand to Films Like ‘Top Gun’?” by Roger Stahl, a communication studies professor at the University of Georgia and director of the documentary film “Theaters of War: How the Pentagon and CIA Took Hollywood.”
Michael Stenger, 71, was the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate on the day of the tried insurrection.
He left amid denouncement he had failed to respond effectively to the building being raided.
His sudden death on Monday came the same day an unexpected further hearing of the committee investigating the riot was declared.
The surprise meeting will "present recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony."
The committee is supposed to hear from Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to Donald Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows, on Tuesday.