The Yemen war that President Biden vowed to end is getting worse. Some are starting to criticize Biden’s special envoy as too close to the Saudis.
In its hunt for the Jan. 6 insurrectionists, the FBI has had all kinds of help—from high-school chums, a random “Facebook stalker,” and even the rioters’ loved ones.
Even after a string of mass shootings, Republicans want no part of an ATF director who actually supports gun control.
It isn’t secure and it isn’t serious. It’s just more coercive theater that’s sure to fuel distrust among the already vaccine-hesitant.
President Biden will announce a withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan—after the deadline set in the Taliban deal. Now they say they won’t attend a crucial peace summit.
The head of the Kremlin-funded RT and Sputnik news agencies believes Russia will invade Ukraine, sparking a conflict with the U.S. that will force entire cities into blackouts.
There are Republicans who find both men’s honesty refreshing, but the result is a gaggle of egomaniacal politicians flaunting their conquests on the House floor.