As a senator, Attorney General Jeff Sessions was a leader in the successful fight to defeat amnesty in 2006, 2007, and 2013. On Thursday, he unloaded on Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and his two new Republican allies’ plan for the furthest reaching amnest…
A New Jersey doctor has pleaded guilty to writing prescriptions for people he had never met in a scheme to sell the drugs on the street.
Thursday on the Senate floor. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) spoke about the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, FL that resulted in 17 deaths and multiple injuries. After a moment of silence, Nelson said, “At some point, we’ve got to say enough is enough. At some point we, as a society, have to come together and put a stop to this.” He continued, “To those who say now that it’s not the time to talk about gun violence because it’s too soon, we don’t want to politicize right after a tragedy. That’s what is said over and over. Then I would ask, when is the time?” Nelson asked, “How many more times do we have to do this? How many more folks have to die? When is enough going to be enough? So let’s don’t hide from it. Let’s have the conversation about this right now – not just about mental illness, and that’s part of it, not just about protection at our schools, and that’s part of it – let’s get to the root cause, let’s come together and help end this violence. Let’s talk about that 19 year old carrying an AR-15. Let’s do what needs to
Actress Retta said that her upcoming crime comedy-drama series will appeal to women who feel ‘helpless’ in the era of Trump.
[LANGUAGE WARNING] Appearing on “UNINTERRUPTED,” a show hosted by ESPN’s Cari Champion as she drives around in an Uber, Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James lit into President Donald Trump, saying the leader of the free world does not “give a f*** about the people.” [Relative portion beginning around the 5:16 mark] “The climate is hot. The number one job in America, the appointed person is someone who doesn’t understand the people. And really don’t give a f— about the people,” James said of Trump. James added, “While we cannot change what comes out of that man’s mouth, we can continue to alert the people that watch us, that listen to us that this is not the way.” As the conversation in the car shifted toward what Champion called Trump’s “racist comments,” James said what comes out of Trump’s mouth is “laughable” and “scary” at the same time. “It’s not even a surprise when he says something. It’s like laughable,” James said. “It’s laughable and it’s scary.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
He does, however, want to be “a beacon of light for young kids in sports.”
The Senate has now voted on all the immigration bills, bipartisan and Trump plans alike, and they have all failed to get the 60 votes needed: Here’s more: Welp, Ted Cruz might . . .
African-American history author and former Ebony magazine editor Lerone Bennett Jr. has died in Chicago at age 89.