Thu. Apr 25th, 2019

Month: April 2018

Scott Pruitt Faces the Music

Scott Pruitt finally gets the congressional thrashing he’s deserved for so long.


Haspel & Pompeo

Mike Pompeo is sworn in as secretary of state and promptly departed for a slew of state visits, while CIA Director-hopeful Gina Haspel gears up for her senate confirmation hearing by telling people she would never authorize torture again.

Michael Cohen will Plead the Fifth

Michael Cohen, lawyer to the current president of the U.S., has announced that he will plead the fifth in his upcoming trial over the alleged payments of hush-money to adult film actress Stephanie Clifford, more popularly known as Stormy Daniels.

90 Days to Kill DACA

A federal judge rules that the current administration attempted to repeal DACA for “virtually unexplained” reasons and gave the administration 90 days to provide one.

Dining While Black

Four young people of color were murdered by a white man in a Nashvile, Tennessee Waffle House Sunday morning before another young black man successfully wrested the weapon away from the murderer.