With the recent missile strike on Syria being what Trump calls a success, North Korea is now on the receiving end of a rather pointed message.
What Happened in Syria?
Early last week, it came to light that[Read more...]
Unsurprisingly, something drastic has been done.
Back on the sixth, the US launched dozens of Tomahawk missiles, targeting a Syrian airbase. Equipment was destroyed, and at least six people are dead from the attack.
Russian troops[Read more...]
Even though such things are illegal, it seems that somebody didn’t get the memo and pulled out the big guns. More than 70 are dead, at least 10 of them children, in the illegal strike.
Anything [Read more...]
Who’s surprised? I’m not surprised!
What’d They Do This Time?
The bigger question is, what are people gonna do in response?
Let’s back up.
Last year, a bill was passed by North Carolina lawmakers. It stated that people were[Read more...]
For the past couple of years, net neutrality has been up in the air. Now, in an unexpected move cannonballing in from stage left, internet privacy laws are dashed to pieces.
Buy some envelopes and buckle[Read more...]
Yes, I know this might come as a shock. But there’s a really good reason for it, I promise. Before we get to all that Flynn stuff, though, a slight recap.
How About Just a Highlight [Read more...]
In a move that I think absolutely nobody saw coming, the Trump administration has withdrawn their Obamacare replacement. Only a few hours after it went to vote, it was pulled out of consideration.
You can’t see it,[Read more...]
One of the Justices of the Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia, died early last year, leaving his seat empty. Trump has nominated his pick for the replacement Justice, so we’ll see how that turns out.
The Who What Now?
So you remember that replacement for Obamacare that Trump and the other Republicans drafted up? That went to vote in the House yesterday.
On Monday the 13th, the healthcare plan that’s meant to replace Obamacare received an official, professional evaluation. Conducted by the Congressional Budget Office, the diagnosis mainly looks at how much the bill would cost the[Read more...]