Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. — the controversial, Stetson-wearing official who rose to national prominence with his no-holds-barred conservative rhetoric — resigned his office Thursday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said on Tuesday that it may be “too soon” for President Trump to visit Houston. Keep Reading
Caretakers who insist on “mis-gendering” patients could face a year in jail
Robert Gehl writes Black Lives Matter has a plan for you. Keep Reading
Members of the media blasted back at President Trump on Wednesday after he railed against the press at a rally and called journalists “dishonest people” who “don’t like our country.” Keep Reading
Rock star and possible Michigan candidate for U.S. Senate, Kid Rock, rocked the Iowa State Fair last weekend with a mostly politics-free performance that wowed his audience. However, as the show neared its end, the singer apparently couldn’t resist telling the crowd what he thought of former San Francisco 49ers player Colin Kaepernick and his anthem protests.
The Los Angeles Times editorial board is urging Republicans to join those among them who have already spoken out against President Trump.
Dating site OKCupid has revoked the membership of Chris Cantwell, a prominent white supremacist who participated in the “Unite the Right” rally this past weekend in Charlottesville, Va.
To hear the deceitful media tell it, President Donald Trump is an avid racist who’s purposefully been employing bigoted and pro-extremist rhetoric to gin up racial animosity in America — and who is personally responsible for the violent white supremacist rally that happened Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia. Keep Reading
NEW YORK — President Trump on Tuesday defiantly asserted that there is “blame on both sides” for the deadly violence over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va., remarks that inflamed his critics and reignited debate over his hesitance to condemn white supremacists.