President Biden added to his list of gaffes Monday by misidentifying Karen Narasaki, a former member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, as “Karen Nagasaki.”
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin serves as evidence that it’s possible to be too liberal, even in the famously left-wing city.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Tuesday that President Biden is uninterested in pursuing tighter security at schools in the aftermath of the Uvalde massacre, an option favored by former President Donald Trump.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Friday he was “livid” after learning he received partially inaccurate information about the Uvalde school shooting response, fuming that he was initially “misled” by law enforcement.
Bishop Michael F. Burbidge of the diocese of Arlington said he will withhold holy communion to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, making his the fourth diocese to take action over her abortion advocacy.
President Barack Obama isn’t often accused of striking the wrong political chord, but it happened Wednesday when he linked George Floyd’s murder to the Texas school massacre.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Wednesday that the Uvalde gunman “was the sheer face of evil itself,” and yet managed to keep his twisted intentions under wraps until moments before the monstrous massacre of innocent schoolchildren.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s briefing Wednesday on the Uvalde school massacre was interrupted by Beto O’Rourke, his Democratic gubernatorial foe, who shook his finger at the governor and accused him of doing nothing.
The Greater Idaho movement announced Monday that it has scaled back its plan for a mass Oregon exodus to Idaho, opting to concentrate for now on the eastern counties after a pair of electoral defeats last week in the southwest.
The Interior Department said Thursday that it will propose an offshore drilling program too late to replace the previous version before it expires, frustrating energy advocates who accused the administration of dragging its feet on domestic fossil fuel…