A lawmaker wants everyone between the age of 18 and 35 to own an AR-15. Andrew McDaniel, a Republican lawmaker in Missouri, has named the bill after himself as a Militia Act. read more
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticized media coverage of her latest polling results on Saturday, noting her net favorability among all women and all non-white Americans, even as some commenters suggested that "Americans" now viewed her negatively. "So older, conservative white men are considered everyone' and everyone else is discounted as an exception," the progressive New York congresswoman tweeted. "Cool." The freshman Democrat blamed Fox News' round-the-clock negative coverage for increasing the number of Republicans and white Americans who know who she is and who view her unfavorably. "The reason people know more is bc Fox News has turned into AOC TMZ' (no offense to TMZ)," she wrote, referencing the celebrity tabloid site. She also called Fox News a "propaganda machine" that "will be aimed at any Dem[ocrat] they want".
Sorta looks like the parents of Mark Meadows and Wilbur Ross may have paid to get him into college. Hell, they may have even bought their degrees..
Terrell's attorney, Jovan Blacknell, confirmed the arrest in an email. He said that the incident is not recent and occurred before the 2017 killing of 21-year-old Justin Holmes. Terrell and two other teens were arrested in connection with the slaying. "When the homicide did not stick, they tried to find something else," Blacknell said. The attorney said he did not have specifics about the new case. "His arrest was intentionally done by surprise on his spring break to interrupt his schooling," Blacknell said. "There is no other explanation as to why they would do this now." The LAPD issued a statement Wednesday night confirming the arrest but declined to give specifics on the crime. Police said that during the investigation into Holmes' killing, evidence "was discovered by investigators for additional felony crimes, and due to the dates of those incidents, they could not be charged concurrently" with the murder case. Terrell was a juvenile at the time of the other alleged
Cottageville Police officer says he was forced to make Nazi salute VIDEO: Cottageville Police officer says he was forced to make Nazi salute By Harve Jacobs | March 12, 2019 at 3:31 PM EST - Updated March 12 at 5:15 PM CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A Cottageville police officer says he was forced to make a Nazi salute eight years ago. Officer Larry Colson says a photo of the salute making rounds on social media has caused a lot of trouble for him in his career. Colson says he was 15 years old when his father took him to the mountains of Virginia, supposedly for a camping trip. Colson says when they got there two men carrying military style machine guns were guarding a gate. He said his dad told him they were going to be Ku Klux Klansmen for the weekend. Colson was told he had to do a Nazi salute to get through the gate.