Secretary of Energy Rick Perry spoke with Brian Kilmeade about the Green New Deal, calling the people behind it, "A bunch of kids who've never been on the playground before they've never even been on the field of play before they're sitting on the sidelines." Perry says their goal of zero emissions in 10 years at a cost of 90 trillion dollars is 'fantasy.' Perry also pushed back on democrats who are against nuclear energy, he said America is at a crossroads because regulations on nuclear energy puts America at a disadvantage, not only with civil nuclear energy, but can lead to America losing the intellectual capital to keep America where it needs to be in a nuclear weapons arena. See Also: Elderly man 'assaulted' while wearing MAGA hat Perry also discussed the importance of President Trump's directive to prioritize research and development of Artificial Intelligence. Perry explained, "This is a very serious and a very real race,
Kauffman told reporters earlier this month that he engaged in what was "just like a wrestling match" with the lion, after it attacked him while he was running alone. The cat lunged at him, and latched its jaw onto his right wrist, according to Kauffman. He said he tried to protect his face as the mountain lion clawed at him. Eventually, both Kauffman and the cat tumbled down a slope. He tried to throw sticks at the lion, but they were rotten and breaking. He eventually picked up a large rock and tried to hit the cat in the head with it. Kauffman said he was able to transition his body weight, moving his right leg up toward his wrist, and eventually was able to step on the cat's neck — suffocating it.
Judge Napolitano's Chambers: Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi decrying President Trump's national security declaration at the southern border. Another Senate Republican has come out against Trump’s national emergency and is giving the president an ultimatum to avoid a battle with the GOP: POLITICO – Senate Republicans are offering a choice to President Donald Trump: Withdraw your national emergency declaration at the border or face a potential rebellion from the GOP. The message was delivered clearly on Thursday by Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), part of an effort by senior Republicans to avoid a direct confrontation with Trump on the Senate floor. In a much-anticipated floor speech, the retiring senator declined to state whether he will become the deciding vote to block the president’s maneuver. But he signaled broad opposition to the emergency declaration and sought to convince Trump that he has other ways to collect $5.7 bil
Republican Congressmen Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows allege President Trump's former attorney perjured himself during Wednesday's House Oversight Committee hearing.They write to the Justice Department and refer Michael Cohen for possible criminal prosecution, claiming to have evidence that Cohen "committed perjury and knowingly made false statements" in his House Oversight testimony.
This is all happening just two months before Israel’s elections in April, where Netanyahu and his party are on the ballot. Mark Levin explained all of this last night on his show and says the charges against Netanyahu are really just ‘mickey mouse’ and ‘pathetic’.
Trump specifically said negotiations fell through after the North demanded a full removal of U.S.-led international sanctions in exchange for the shuttering of the North's Yongbyon nuclear facility. Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters that the United States wasn't willing to make a deal without the North committing to giving up its secretive nuclear facilities outside Yongbyon, as well as its missile and warheads program. “It was about the sanctions,” Trump said. “Basically, they wanted the sanctions lifted in their entirety, and we couldn’t do that. They were willing to denuke a large portion of the areas that we wanted, but we couldn’t give up all of the sanctions for that.” See Also: Elderly man 'assaulted' while wearing MAGA hat "I'd much rather do it right than do it fast," Trump added, echoing his remarks from earlier in the day, when he insisted that "speed" was not important. "We're in position to d
A Canadian reporter filed a police complaint Wednesday, claiming that A Canadian actor and comedian licked him while he was reporting live on TV, according to a report. Chris Glover, of CBC Toronto, was covering a story at a Toronto comedy club Tuesday evening when a man – who was later identified as Boyd Banks – was seen approaching him from behind. The man appears to hover over Glover’s shoulders for a few moments before he allegedly licked his left ear. Glover wrapped up the story, telling host Dwight Drummond: "Things are getting a little awkward out here, so I'm going to pass it back to you Dwight." The alleged incident has since gone viral on social media, the CBC reported Reached by phone by CBC Radio’s “As It Happens,” on Wednesday, Banks apologized for his actions saying, “I am an idiot … I want to apologize to the stand-up community in Canada and of course the reporter, who was doing his job.".
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This morning at about 2:00 am, Sgt Travis Gray responded to the report of a dog that had fallen through the ice on the canal. At great risk to himself, Sgt Gray rescued the dog. The dog was exhausted and hypothermic but did recover.
In a separate statement, Pam Northam said: "The Historic Kitchen should be a feature of Executive Mansion tours, and I believe it does a disservice to Virginians to omit the stories of the enslaved people who lived and worked there -- that's why I have been engaged in an effort to thoughtfully and honestly share this important story since I arrived in Richmond. See Also: Elderly man 'assaulted' while wearing MAGA hat "I have provided the same educational tour to Executive Mansion visitors over the last few months and used a variety of artifacts and agricultural crops with the intention of illustrating a painful period of Virginia history. I regret that I have upset anyone." Here’s what she’s being accused of: A Virginia state employee is accusing Virginia first lady Pam Northam of giving her eighth-grade daughter and another African-American student raw cotton and telling them to imagine being slaves during a tour of the governor’s mansion.
“Oh, shut up, Juan! I’m in nobody’s bunker. Enough with your bunker. I’m trying to be polite to somebody on the panel, Juan, which you won’t do,” Gutfeld responded, arguing that he was trying to give another panelist the chance to talk when he interrupted Williams. I guess he’s never heard of the term “bunker mentality,” but it doesn’t refer to Hitler, it refers to the tendency of people to think in tribalistic terms and defend their side no matter what. Gutfeld absolutely flipped and it was a pretty cringe-inducing episode on the show. See Also: Eric Swalwell : ‘I Don’t Really Care’ About Alleged Hush Money, Nor Do ‘Most People’ What’s odd, is that he says “I’m in no one’s bunker” in this first part, which kinda shows that he knows what phrase Juan is using, and only later accuses him of comparing him to Hitler. He also was angry that The Five was even covering the story, because testimony from the former lawyer of the president is just not news, dammit!!!!
Swalwell appeared on MSNBC to discuss the developments from the testimony of Michael Cohen, who formerly served as Trump's personal attorney. Anchor Katy Tur asked Swalwell whether he had heard anything from the testimony that led him to believe that Trump has committed a "high crime or a misdemeanor," and he said he did. In addition, Swalwell said he was going to focus on Russia rather than Trump's personal life. More from the Free Beacon: “Frankly, I don’t really care too much about the payoffs to the women. I don’t think most people do either,” Swalwell said. Swalwell put his focus on Roger Stone, a political ally and informal adviser to Trump, and concluded that Stone must have talked to Trump about WikiLeaks, the web site accused of obtaining hacked DNC emails from Russian operatives. “As it relates to Russia, we learned that the president was in contact with Roger Stone. We saw in our investigation that all the evidence pointed in that directi
“Just because someone has a person of color, a black person working for them, does not mean they aren’t racist and it is insensitive that some would even say, the fact that someone would actually use a prop, a black woman in this chamber, in this committee, is alone racist in itself.” Rashida Tlaib aksed. An emotional Meadows fired back, saying Lynne Patton, a Trump aide and official at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, wanted to be present in support of President Trump. He asked that Tlaib's remarks be stricken from the record. “My nieces and nephews are people of color. Not many people know that. You know that, Mr. Chairman. And to indicate that I asked someone who is a personal friend of the Trump family, who has worked for him, who knows this particular individual (motioning to Cohen), that she’s coming in to be a prop -- it's racist to suggest that I asked her to come in here for that reason." OK I have to admit that chairman Cummings play
Chris Wallace and Martha MacCallum share their analysis on Michael Cohen's testimony. “It may not get the most attention, but I thought the most explosive piece of information was the fact that there is an on going criminal investigation by the Southern District of New York — those are the local prosecutors in Manhattan, not the special counsel — about possible crimes involving President Trump,” Wallace said. “And that Michael Cohen is participating under that investigation, and in fact, has been told by prosecutors there are certain things he can’t discuss. So that raises the real possibility of criminal exposure — not to say that he’s been indicted or charged with anything — but the potential of criminal exposure for President Trump in the Southern District of New York.” See Also: Todd Starnes speaks with Rep. Matt Gaetz about the emergency at the border and the Michael Cohen hearing Wallace added, “The real news here today is what was learned about Donald Trump.
On Michael Cohen's testimony, NBC News National Security Reporter notes the Southern District of New York investigation on the President is "very much alive, a threat to Donald Trump." See Also: CNN says Michael Cohen has already LIED under oath about NOT wanting to work in the White House! Cohen dropped a piece of news during the hearing today, suggesting that his conversations with Trump after the raid of his home and businesses are under investigation by the SDNY – and that he was asked not to discuss it: THE HILL – Cohen, Trump’s former personal attorney who is set for a three-year jail term on charges related to financial crimes, estimated that he last spoke with Trump or someone acting on his behalf last fall, though he could not recall a specific date. “I would suspect it was within two months post-the raid,” he said, referring to the April 2018 FBI raid of his home, hotel room and office. Asked what they discussed, Cohen said, “Unfort
As you’ve already seen, Jim Jordan lit into Michael Cohen this morning about him wanting to work in the White House. Jordan even suggested that Trump never choosing him to work in the White House is what he’s really angry about and why he’s doing the hearing. But Cohen was emphatic, saying point blank that he never wanted to work in the White House. He was always happy just to be Trump’s Well as it turns out, Jim Jordan was right and Cohen was lying. How do we know? CNN confirmed it: As someone said on Twitter, when you lose CNN… I saw a few people on Twitter saying that Cohen very much wanted to work in the White House, and now CNN is saying it too. And it’s not just Dana Bash’s reporting, most on the panel agreed based on their reporting too. Dana Bash argues in the video clip that if Trump really wanted Cohen in the White House, he would have been there. She uses Omarosa as just one example of that. Remember, Cohen was sworn in before he gave his testimony
“Shame on you Mr. Jordan, that’s not what I said,” he said to Jordan. The exchange came after Cohen, who was testifying on Capitol Hill, was grilled by Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., about the charges of bank fraud that were part of the financial crimes to which he pled guilty in August. Cohen said he took exception with Comer’s statements because “I never defrauded any bank” although he admitted wrongdoing at the same time. See also : Michael Cohen Says "President Trump is a racist, conman and cheat" “Surely you knew you were breaking the law?” Comer asked. “Sir I’m not a [certified public accountant], I pled guilty,” he responded. “I pled guilty and I am going to be doing the time, I have caused tremendous pain to my family.” I’ve got more videos for you from Jim Jordan this morning and they are both on fire . See Also: Michael Cohen: "I have done bad things, but I am not a bad man. I have fixed things, but I an no longer your fixer, Mr. Trump&qu
In an opening statement to the House Oversight Committee, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen accuses his former client of knowing about the Roger Stone-WikiLeaks plot but denies 'direct evidence' of Russia collusion. And some People don't believe him...........hu.....hu'...... As Trump's former personal attorney testified against Donald Trump before Congress on Wednesday morning, the American people came to realize he had receipts for daaaaaaays. Cohen presented a number of documents to Congress — including damning financial statements, news clippings, tweets, and more — Twitter users began to realize Cohen's receipts might rival the ridiculously long ones CVS gives its customers. Michael Cohen rn. pic.twitter.com/Zf7X61tElM — Emily Favreau (@ebfavs) February 27, 2019 Naturally, it wasn't long before a bunch of CVS receipt memes and jokes came along. FUN FACT: Today, Michael Cohen’s receipt is longer than a CVS receipt. — Cristela Alonz
At least twice during his opening statement, Cohen stared directly into the camera to address Trump directly. The first time, Cohen gazed into the camera and stated, dramatically, "I am no longer your fixer, Mr. Trump." As Cohen discussed several allegations against the president — from racist comments he's made in private to his connections with Russia — the boys furiously rage-tweeted to defend their father's honor. It seems Trump Jr.'s been glued to his TV from the start, comparing Cohen's testimony to a "break-up letter" and quote-tweeting the GOP. This sounds like a breakup letter... and I’m keeping your sweatshirt. — Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) February 27, 2019 Funny how things change when you’re trying to save your ass. https://t.co/ti9XxHS4oI — Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) February 27, 2019 At one point both he and his bro Eric both claimed Cohen was desperate to work at the White House and found them
This BS happened TODAY right here in EDMOND OK at Santa Fe High School to a good friend of mine's SON, Lane Roberson! He is a fine young man with high morals and healthy respect for everyone! ---- Being taught to avoid talking about (or yelling about) politics and religion has led to a lack of understanding of politics and religion! What we should be teaching is HOW TO HAVE A CIVIL CONVERSATION about a DIFFICULT TOPIC! Come on people! Come on TEACHERS! Step up! We are ALL Americans!
In her first TV interview, former Trump campaign Alva Johnson describes when she says she was "forcibly kissed" by the future president -- and breaks down in explaining how she did not go back to work after the Access Hollywood tape. Johnson told MSNBC she'd joined the Trump campaign because she believed the White House needed a “businessman” despite thinking he “didn’t have a chance of winning.” She described her role as an “outreach” director in Alabama, where she organized “one of the largest rallies” at the time with then-Sen. Jeff Sessions in attendance. Johnson said in August 2016, she briefly interacted with then-candidate Trump on an RV during a campaign stop in Florida. Before he stepped off the bus to speak with campaign interns, she told him to “go kick ass” and said she hadn’t seen her family in a very long time. And, after he told her he wouldn’t “let you down,” Johnson said Trump held her hand and began getting closer. “I just had a lot of intern