Floyd Lee Corkins II pleaded guilty on Wednesday to three criminal counts involving his August 2012 attack on the Washington D.C. headquarters of the Family Research Council (FRC).
The Associated Press reported Monday that aides to Gov. Bobby Jindal have used personal email accounts to discuss “media strategy” surrounding Medicaid cuts in Louisiana, linking Jindal to former Alaska governor Sarah Palin—and neglecting to mention White House use of the practice.
Let us now praise the unknown reporters! Let us acclaim those stolid scribes who, at the conclusion of Mitt Romney’s overseas trip to England, Israel, and Poland, told Politico—anonymously, of course, and presumably with a straight face—that the days of going easy on the Republican nominee were over.
The former chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisors defended a statement by Sarah Palin Wednesday morning.
Former staffers and confidants close to former Alaska governor Sarah Palin during her 2008 campaign for vice president pushed back Wednesday against the upcoming HBO movie Game Change—a dramatic account of the ’08 McCain-Palin ticket based on the book of the same name—saying it was wildly inaccurate, mean-spirited, and vicious.