President Donald Trump has attempted to distance himself from Prince Andrew by claiming he "doesn't know" the under-fire royal despite meeting with him several times down the years.
Three quarters of Americans can't name all three branches of our government.
A full third can only name one.
Still wondering how we got here?
#TeachCivicsAgain - fen tweet
The World Is A Safer Place Without
- Trump rips 'nasty' France at start of NATO summit
- Macron Fires Back at Trump's Joke About Sending 'Some Nice ISIS Fighters' to France: ‘Let’s Be Serious’
- Senate panel look into Ukraine interference comes up short
- Trump thanks GOP senator for pushing Russian disinformation
- Fox News’ Tucker Carlson says US ‘should take the side of Russia over Ukraine’ in defence of Vladimir Putin
- Fox News host Tucker Carlson: Putin does not hate America like liberals do
- North Korea says it’s up to US to choose ‘Christmas gift’
- Trump deploys 'surge' of park rangers to patrol Mexican border
- Trump administration finally releases Lebanon aid
NATO Leaders Challenge Trump To Spell NATO. - Andy Borowitz
Trump's House of Ukraine Cards Is Tumbling Down
A former deputy foreign minister said in a new interview that Ukraine was aware of a U.S. freeze in military aid as early as July, marking the first public acknowledgement from an official in Kyiv that the country knew about President Trump’s move to withhold the assistance.
Meanwhile, Back in North Korea
President Trump on Tuesday revived the “Rocket Man” nickname he has used to refer to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un while discussing relations with Pyongyang...He added: “I have confidence in him. I like him, he likes me, we have a good relationship … We’ll see what happens. It may work out, it may not.”
“If I weren’t president, you’d be in a war right now in Asia, and who knows where that leads,” he continued.
Queen Elizabeth Says Bone Spurs Will Prevent Her From Meeting With Trump. - Any Borowitz
- The 1st and 2nd members of Congress to endorse Trump will plead guilty to federal crimes, resign
- Trump rejects censure idea as House panel readies impeachment report vote
- Judge denies DOJ request for stay on Don McGahn testimony
- Rudy Giuliani Teases Project With Pro-Trump Network OANN One Day After Threatening Fox News With Libel Suit
- CNN's Dana Bash Mocks GOP Impeachment Report: 'Black Is White, Up Is Down… Just Doesn’t Match With the Reality'
- Meghan Markle skipping President Trump's Buckingham Palace visit -- again
- U.S. Supreme Court justices debate whether to dismiss major gun case
- Court sides with Congress in battle for Trump’s bank records
- Melania Trump’s Christmas decorations are lovely, but that coat looks ridiculous
Melania Trump Hangs Decayed Badger Carcass Over White House Mantel To Finish Off Traditional Slovenian Christmas Decor - The Onion
An Evangelical Pedophile in Alabama. Who Would've Thunk?
An Alabama evangelist pleaded guilty this morning in an Etowah County courtroom to 28 counts of sexual abuse involving six victims.
Paul Acton Bowen, charged in both Jefferson County and Etowah counties, was facing criminal charges, including enticing a child for sexual act, sodomy, traveling to meet a child for sexual act and sexual abuse involving six different victims between the ages of 13 and 16.
Rudy Giuliani’s resting face is “Oh no, did I just stitch up this patient with my car keys inside him???” - Conan O'Brien
Rock The Voter News
- House report to outline evidence for Trump impeachment
- California Rep. Bera touts Biden's healthcare plan in 2020 endorsement
- Sanders' Massachusetts state director is out
- Bernie splits from Warren with embrace of far-left foreign leaders
Majority Of Americans Favor Changing White House Locks While Trump Is Overseas. - Andy Borowitz
Banks Must Give Trump's Financial Records to the US House
Two banks must turn over President Donald Trump's financial records to the Democrat-controlled US House of Representatives, dealing another blow to the President's efforts to block Congress' move to obtain his financial records, a federal appeals court in New York ruled Tuesday.
The White House has identified the legal scholars who Trump says reviewed the transcripts and deemed them "absolutely perfect": Moses Horwitz, Louis Feinberg and Jerome Horwitz. Asked to comment, Jerome Horwitz (whose nickname is Curly) cryptically responded “Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk.” - Jon Cooper
To my supporters, it is with deep regret—but also with deep gratitude—that I am suspending my campaign today.
But I want to be clear with you: I will keep fighting every day for what this campaign has been about. Justice for the People. All the people. - Kamala Harris
- Trump border wall $400 million contract handed to company owned by Republican donor
- French Champagne exporters call for help over new U.S. duties threat
- Trump's tariffs on solar panels cost over 62,000 US jobs: analysis
- Trump says China trade deal might have to wait for 2020 election
- Report: Trump considered banning Huawei from US banks
- Huawei to move research center to Canada over US sanctions
No, Mark, it’s not that “complex.” Let me simplify (again): you and Facebook take money from politicians and run their ads — even if they’re not true — without fact-checking them. That’s not democracy, that’s you profiting off propaganda. - Sacha Baron Cohen
22 Billion for 9 Submarines! What a Deal!
The U.S. Navy will spend about $22 billion to purchase nine new nuclear-powered Virginia-class submarines as it seeks to maintain superiority over China's growing Navy.
According to a Navy release Tuesday, the commission for the new ships will be fulfilled by General Dynamics Electric Boat and subcontractor Huntington Ingallls Industries at a shipyard in Rhode Island employing thousands of workers.
To all the candidates, staff, and volunteers who have worked their hearts out for presidential campaigns that have ended—remember that fighting for what you believe in is always worth it. - Hillary Clinton