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It's really confusing, these days, to understand who is or is not a terrorist. Sure, it seems easy. Al Qaeda and the Islamic State (ISIL) -- regardless of what relationship we believe the two groups have -- are terrorist groups, inflicting gruesome casualties on civilians. Both are dangerous precisely because in well-trained small groups, they have the ability to inflict massive casualties.
Uber-conservative congressman Steve "Calves the Size of Cantaloupes" King is notorious for his rank sexism and xenophobia, so it's no surprise that the Iowan isn't a fan of gay equality. In fact, he's quite certain that gay people are destined for hell. Speaking with the Jefferson Herald on Wednesday, King weighed in on the controversy surrounding the Vatican's recently-concluded synod on the family.
Up until yesterday, I was blissfully unaware of who Kimberly Guilfoyle is.
This Kimberly person
I know that some of you watch Fox News to see what the other side is doing but not me. I cannot bring myself to do that. However, I do appreciate those of you who do so I can feel totally freaked out when somebody on Fox says something that is generally found only in the dark corners of hell or bad graffiti.
Discussing how women mature and become more conservative, which is nowhere on my truth meter because it only goes to -100 degrees, Kimberly suggested what young women can do with themselves come election day.
“The Five” co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle said Tuesday that young women should excuse themselves from voting in the upcoming midterm elections because they don’t share the same “life experience” as older women and should just go back to playing around on Tinder and Match.com.“It’s the same reason why young women on juries are not a good idea,” Guilfoyle said.
Political consultants and staffers for losing Democratic Senate campaigns are piping mad at the President of the United States. The event that's drawn them out of the woodwork to (anonymously) grouse about President Obama's interference was his interview with Al Sharpton earlier this week. The president told Sharpton that "the bottom line is, though, these [Senate candidates distancing themselves from him] are all folks who vote with me, they have supported my agenda in Congress, they are on the right side of minimum wage, they are on the right side of fair pay, they are on the right side of rebuilding our infrastructure, they’re on the right side of early childhood education
WASHINGTON -- At a Congressional hearing to evaluate America's response to the Ebola outbreak, House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) eschewed the calm approach, suggesting U. S. medical officials are flailing in the dark and that their ignorance could prove deadly.
Issa started by pointing out the flaws of the response so far, which has seen two nurses become infected in Texas while treating the first victim of the disease to become ill in the United States.
The Republican Governor's Association is parachuting in to Wisconsin to save a faltering Scott Walker, upping their original $900,000 budget for the last days of the campaign to $2 million.
The decision comes amid a flurry of concern in GOP ranks that Walker is underfunded and at risk of losing.
The RGA, chaired by Gov.