On the centennial anniversary of the creation of the Fascist Party, there is still a lot to learn from it for contemporary politics.
A frivolous $250m lawsuit from one of the biggest jokes in the House of Representatives? Why of course.
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Red states have more bullets. Promoting violence much?
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It doesn't matter if 49 people were murdered in a New Zealand mosque, it's all about him.
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I wish the United States had a leader like that.
Trump and his press secretary continued to blast the Democratic Party over some of Rep. Omar's words, but when asked about his not ever condemning Rep. Steve King, she pulled a Jackie Gleason.
She'll grab a microphone and demand her colleague's removal from the Foreign Relations Committee, but Liz Cheney won't vote to condemn anti-Semitism if the motion also includes Islamophobia.
As someone said on twitter about Republicans and this embarrassing vote, "I think that says all we need to know." Indeed.
On Fox Business, Jeff Ballabon either ignores, forgets or has been mind-wiped of Trump's support from white supremacists like David Duke, or Donald's words of praise for the "good people" among neo-Nazis.