Monthly Archives: February 2018

Protesters Descend On ICE San Francisco Headquarters After Immigration Raids

More than 150 undocumented immigrants have been arrested in Northern California since Sunday.

Report: Danica Patrick’s Father Apparently Disses Aaron Rodgers with Anthem Protest Remark

Race car driver Danica Patrick and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers are kicking their relationship up a notch. However, Patrick’s father may not be happy about Rodgers’ political stances.

Nelson: I Was Intentionally Not Invited to WH Gun Policy Meeting, ‘Shows the Excessive Partisanship’ of the WH


During an interview broadcast on Wednesday’s edition of MSNBC’s “MTP Daily,” Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) argued that the fact that he wasn’t to the White House’s gun policy meeting earlier in the day “shows the excessive partisanship” of the White House. Nelson said that the White House didn’t invite him to the meeting on purpose. He continued, “I’m not unhappy about it. I think it shows the excessive partisanship of, if not the president, at least those around him, which is so silly. I mean, what people want is they want us to come together in bipartisan agreement.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett

Brooklyn NRA members tell Democrats: Hands off our guns and our meatballs

It may be hard to believe — but there really are National Rifle Association members who reside in New York City. I happen to be one of them.

Reform or else: Rich donor countries threaten money cutoff to end sexual abuse in aid organizations

Rich countries that donate the lion’s share of money to U.N. operations are demanding action on continued reports of sexual abuse in aid organizations.

Women are marrying trees to help save them

The grooms seem a bit stiff.

Louisiana Cops Searching for Previously Deported Honduran Wanted for Rape

Law enforcement officials in Louisiana are looking for a previously deported illegal alien fugitive who is wanted on charges of third-degree sexual assault.

Louisiana Cops Searching for Previously Deported Honduran Wanted for Rape

Law enforcement officials in Louisiana are looking for a previously deported illegal alien fugitive who is wanted on charges of third-degree sexual assault.

Bipartisan Anti-Establishment Coalition Emerges in Senate to Invoke War Powers Act to Block Illegal U.S. Participation in Saudi War on Yemen

Saudi War on Yemen
A bipartisan coalition has emerged in the Senate to invoke the War Powers Resolution to stop U.S. military participation in Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen. 

Peru president signaled for taking money from Odebrecht

Accusations of corruption are again enveloping Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski after a high-ranking executive from scandal-plagued Brazilian builder Odebrecht allegedly said he contributed money to the leader’s 2011 campaign.