President Donald Trump downplayed injuries that US troops suffered when Iran launched a barrage of missiles at American forces in Iraq earlier this month. read more
I encountered an example of some horrible journalism this morning.
Over the years I been following the Flint water crisis, basically because my wife and I are from Michigan and my wife used to actually live in Flint and she still has a few cousins living there.
Anyway, this morning it was reported that the US Supreme Court has cleared the way for the residents of Flint to sue the city and state over their handling of the water crisis, however, depending on which headline you read, you might get two totally different ideas about what actually happened and what it meant.
A Michigan state senator is under fire after he reportedly told a young female reporter that a group of high school boys touring the state Capitol could "have a lot of fun" with her if she stuck around. read more
The White House of President Donald Trump came under fire Sunday after a tweet that critics are already slamming as the "dumbest" lie of 2020. read more
Attacking Nancy Pelosi and making up more threats to our embassies out of whole cloth weren't the only crazy things to come out of Trump's mouth during his softball interview with Fox's Laura Ingraham Friday night. Trump also told Ingraham that both Saudi Arabia and South Korea have deposited money into a "bank account" in exchange for more U.S. troops. Who this supposed "bank account" belongs to, he did not say.
Trump was rightfully taken to task on Twitter for the exchange by former Republican Rep. Justin Amash and others, who went after Trump for treating our troops like mercenaries, and would like to know, as I would, just where this money he's talking about was deposited.