“You’re not in the news business anymore. You used to be,” White House aide Sebastian Gorka rebuked CNN’s Alisyn Camerota on Tuesday.
Washington Nationals second baseman and Major League Baseball star Daniel Murphy detailed his ongoing baseball story, his faith and his family in a recent Fellowship of Christian Athletes Magazine article, also noting his come-to-Jesus moment in the piece: “I got on my knees and, by the grace of God, surrendered my life to Him.”
“Finally happened. Jesus is now a hate crime,” Tucker Carlson declared on his Fox News Channel program Monday.
On his nationally syndicated radio talk show Monday, host Mark Levin compared government-run health care with government-run food production, saying that if the government controlled food production, “we’d all starve to death.”
In a video released July 5 by NBC News, the manager of a refugee camp outside Mosul, described children’s education during the ISIS occupation as a curriculum of “bullets plus bullets and pistols plus pistols.”
On his nationally syndicated radio talk show Friday, host Mark Levin said he had a new idea on immigration, that American policy should be that if a country refuses Christians and Jews, then we’re not going to allow their people in this country.
“Nassau County police said they are investigating the incident as a possible hate crime.”
Arizona is letting inmates out of prison to fight fires, and now it wants to help them turn that experience into a career.
As Congress returned from its July 4th recess Monday morning, President Donald Trump made his expectations for health care reform crystal clear.