It’s not exactly a slow week in Washington, buddy.
Michael Daly is a special correspondent with The Daily Beast. He was previously a columnist with the New York Daily News and a staff writer with New York magazine. He was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for commentary in 2002 and has received numerous awards. He is the author of Under Ground and The Book of Mychal. His third book, Topsy, was released in 2013.
He couldn’t buy a pistol bearing his likeness—but they have clearly bought into Trumpism.
Rep. Andy Ogles, a self-proclaimed economist, seems to think “hot showers” are a more pressing problem right now.
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State Rep. Randy Fine is shouting about “abuse of power”—but he’s the real perp.
She is meeting with a congressman and other officials to come up with a “defense” to the sketchy proposal for a new California city.
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Forty years ago, a businessman tried to create a new city in Solano County. It’s happening again—and so is the backlash.
Karen Lowery was accused of lying to gain access to a high-school’s book collection, but denies it.