Trump may know his audience, but for the rest of us, it's just another day, another lie, this time in service of the oil and gas industry.
So far, Ruhle is the only journalist on TV who has spoken about the church burnings in the context of Notre Dame.
Louisiana, which has a severe hepatitis C problem, is on the cusp of proving to other states that drug companies can make the money they need, while every Medicaid recipient who needs a cure gets one.
Kavanaugh appears to have no problem forcing abortion providers to jump through hoops before he'll agree to a stay in Louisiana.
Brett Kavanaugh writes an opinion saying he would have voted with the majority, but why not let doctors jump through some hoops first?
That's not cognitive dissonance; it's just Republicans being Republicans.
With no plan to replace the law, and so close to an election, too!
Their "plan" is to rip sick people from their ability to buy health insurance.
Two parochial schools are in the news this week for refusing entry to Black children because of their hair.
Rather than renew a one-cent sales tax, Republicans in the Louisana House voted to cancel the State's Medicaid Nursing Home program. REALLY.
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