Arnold Schwarzenegger took to Twitter to call out President Donald Trump on the new 2020 budget just released by the administration, taking him to task for giving the wealthy massive tax cuts while cutting after-school programs for children. In a short video uploaded to his Twitter feed Tuesday afternoon, the
Two Democrat lawmakers in Georgia are filing bills that would ban vasectomies and require men to consult with their partners before they can get a prescription for Viagra. The so-called “testicular bill of rights” is a response to the strict abortion bill passed in state’s House of Representatives last week
Arkansas Senator Stephanie Flowers gave a tearful speech opposing a “stand your ground” bill, USA Today is reporting. “Stand Your Ground” laws were initially enacted to allow people to defend themselves when they are feeling physically threatened, but the laws quickly became controversial when many unarmed black men were killed
Donald Trump went to Alabama to survey the damage caused by tornadoes last weekend but he’s getting heat on social media for signing his name in bibles belonging to residents and first responders. “The same hands that fondled a porn star are now signing Bibles,” wrote Twitter user Scott Parks.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen spoke on Wednesday about President Donald Trump’s family separation policy, and her comments have not gone down very well. According to Vox, Nielsen seemed wholly unprepared when she arrived at the hearing, which was called by the House majority Democrats. As part of her testimony,
President Donald Trump slammed a broad new investigation launched by the House Judiciary Committee into his business practices and those of his family’s, assuring reporters that he’s ready and willing to respond to Democrats’ requests, according to a report in The Hill. “I cooperate all the time with everybody,” Trump