Just in time for Halloween, the New York Times has run a puff piece on a woman who calls herself an “ordinary” woman—who just happens to have an altar in her home with moon pendants, candles, crystals, and an idol of the goddess Diana.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi is committed to an impeachment inquiry without a full vote of the House. There is no constitutional requirement for her to call a vote, but it’s bringing up comparisons to England’s secret Star Chamber courts of the 16th and 17th centuries.
President Trump and AOC’s “squad” traded insults Monday, but leading Democrats are nervous about a new internal poll that shows most voters in swing states don’t like Ocasio-Cortez, her squad, or socialism.
There are many questions about accused billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The biggest may be why a federal prosecutor was told to cut a non-prosecution deal with Epstein in 2008 because he “belonged to intelligence.”
In a classic case of Trump Derangement Syndrome, NPR reports that elderly people are desperately hanging on to life so they can read the Mueller report on alleged collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign before they die.
President Trump agreed to a stopgap spending bill Friday to reopen the government for three weeks, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi still won’t invite him to deliver the State of the Union address Tuesday.
BuzzFeed News published a story Thursday claiming that President Trump had directed his former attorney to lie to Congress. Problem is there were no named sources or physical evidence, and the story was denied by the office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.