How fast did the U.S. take action against Syria? CNN’s Jeff Zelaney was giving Anderson Cooper the latest update on discussions between Defense Secretary Mattis and President Trump, when Cooper cut him off to announce we had launched a series of Tomahawk missiles into the country.
How bad has week four of the Trump administration been? A member of Trump’s Mar-A-Lago club took a picture with the nuclear football and posted it on social media… that’s not even the most troubling event of the week.
E-mails! Wasserman Schultz! Rigged! No, these aren’t safety words in a Conservative bondage club. These are the headlines and opinions in the media on the first day of the Democratic National Convention… and judging from the social media posts, they are in desperate need of context.
Last week’s GOP debate had the same runtime as the second Lord of the Rings film. Like The Two Towers, Carly Fiorina not only took the battle to Helm’s Deep and wounded an Orc, she won the night.
During a recent appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Senator Ted Cruz discussed his stance on the world’s changing climate:
“My view actually is simple. Debates on this should follow science, and should follow data. And many of the alarmists on global warming, they’ve got a problem because the science doesn’t back them up.”
There are few Senators that fight against the good that America could offer more than Senator Rand Paul. Whether he is perpetrating the false understanding that the U.N. Arms Treaty is an attack on the Second Amendment or threatening a government shutdown over Obamacare, Paul proudly continues to clog facts and the nation’s progression.
On August 21st, Syrian President Bashar Hafez al-Assad’s regime allegedly launched a chemical weapon attack in the suburbs of Damascus, resulting in the deaths of nearly 1,500 civilians according to U.S. Intelligence.