Even Republican senators expressed anger and incredulity after Maj. Gen. William Walker outlined restrictions the Defense Department placed on his Guardsmen.
Attorneys for Rep. Bennie Thompson and the NAACP have served the former president at his Mar-a-Lago club with a lawsuit filed in February.
Somehow, the FBI director and a committee of senators managed to avoid asking, let alone answering, the most obvious question.
But Jon Ossoff just might be game for a team-up. He said he was “encouraged” by one of Hawley’s $15 minimum-wage proposals.
Christopher Wray strangely denigrated that “raw, uncorroborated” intel from the FBI’s Norfolk office, after Capitol and D.C. police chiefs said they weren’t adequately briefed.
In the two years Theo Padnos was held prisoner by al Qaeda, he learned a lot about the mass craziness of the mob.
Too many narratives strip women of agency and accountability, and shield them from wartime guilt. The U.S. can’t afford to make that mistake after Jan. 6.