Senate Armed Services Committee defies Trump on ditching Confederate names on military bases
The Republican-led Senate Armed Services Committee has reportedly defied President Donald Trump and has adopted a resolution to push for the renaming of American military bases that were named after Confederate generals.
Hey isn’t it great that it’s 2020 and we’re finally nipping this Confederacy thing in the bud? - John Fugelsang
The World Is A Safer Place Without
- Top general apologizes for Trump’s St. John’s Church photo-op: ‘I should not have been there’
- US government spy planes monitored George Floyd protests
- Cop says 'I don't care' to man who died after saying he can't breathe
- Confederate and Columbus Statues Torn Down and Defaced During Nationwide Protests
- 'An American fiasco': US hits grim milestone of 2m Covid-19 cases
- Trump signs order sanctioning officials at international court seeking to investigate US troops
- Ex-DEA spokesman admits posing as covert CIA agent in $4 million fraud scheme
- 'Adversaries are attempting to take advantage' of U.S. unrest, national security adviser warns
No general ever had to apologize for hanging out with Obama, just saying. - Jeff Tiedrich
Cadet Bone Spurs Threatens Seattle
President Trump warned Wednesday night that he would take Seattle back from the “ugly Anarchists” protesting the police killing of George Floyd if the city and state leaders do not act.
We should note, GEN Milley apologized at a graduation of the National Defense University. A school I went to.
The audience was senior government leaders - military Colonels and Captains, interagency executives - studying national security.
The exact right audience. - Mark Hertling
- 'Slap in the face to black people': Trump faces backlash over rally on Juneteenth
- New polls show the enormous, self-destructive toll of Trump's protest response
- Romney Silent on Who He's Voting For in November, But Nonetheless Predicts: Trump Will Win
- 7 in 10 Republicans Say Confederate Flag Isn't Symbol of Racism. 83 Percent of Black People Say It Is.
- Former CBC chair: ‘I really don’t want to talk to’ GOP lawmakers who won’t ban chokeholds
- Ohio Sen. Stephen Huffman asks if 'colored' people get coronavirus due to poor hand washing
- Police lounged in Bobby Rush’s office while Chicago’s South Side was looted
Trump Blasts Milley: “This Is Not the Military I Avoided Serving In” - Andy Borowitz
Racist NASCAR Driver Ends Career Over Confederate Flag Ban. Oh, OK.
NASCAR driver Ray Ciccarelli on Wednesday announced in a Facebook post that he will be giving up his racing career at the end of the current season after the racing league’s recent decision to ban Confederate flags at its events and properties.
Ray Ciccarelli is quitting NASCAR because they've banned the confederate flag. Or is it because..."With 32 races under his belt, 50-year-old Ray Ciccarelli has never won a NASCAR race." Well, we can see why he identified with the confederates - Elayne Boosler
The day Trump leaves office will be one of the greatest days in American history. - Scott Dworkin
Rock The Voter News
- Biden: Military Will Remove Trump From the White House if He Refuses to Leave
- Biden campaign goes after Facebook over online speech
- Democrats stiff-arm GOP's 'cosmetic' police reforms
Microsoft Delays Police Spying On Us
Microsoft President Brad Smith said Thursday that the company will not sell facial recognition software to law enforcement agencies in the U.S. until Congress sets national standards for its deployment — becoming the latest tech giant to set limits on its sales of the technology amid scrutiny over government surveillance at protests against the killing of George Floyd.
The bases being named after Confederate Civil War generals was the first instance in US History of government sanctioned participation trophies. - Ruben Gallego
I never thought I would get a chance to go back in time to vote against the Confederacy, but ok. - Sen. Brian Schatz
- Dow down 6%, fear gauge spikes
- NY Times Sparks Outrage Against Protests with False Suggestion That Black Lives Matter Has 'Come for Paw Patrol’
- With Live PD Cancelled, Host Dan Abrams Speaks Out on the Video Footage of Javier Ambler’s Death in Police Custody
- 26 drug makers accused of price fixing on generics
Disney announced today that it's pulling all advertising from TucKKKer Carlson's program on Fox News. - Alex Cole
Way To Go, Buffalo!
The mayor of Buffalo, New York, on Wednesday ordered that a new police unit without military gear and trained in civil rights handle peaceful demonstrations after a riot unit was involved in the injury of a 75-year-old protester.
ME: wish i could eat in a restaurant again
RESTAURANTS: good news, we’re reopening! come on in!
ME: lol f-ck that - Miles Klee