I prefer a man who will burn the flag and then wrap
himself in the Constitution to a man who will burn
the Constitution and then wrap himself in the flag.
- Craig Washington
Ok. Ok. I admit that I don't have all the answers. I already told you I did not graduate from Trump University so I couldn't possibly be as smart and as rich as you. What else do you want from me?
Getting an hour of private Photoshop lessons today. I'm looking forward to it. I'm sure everyone I've ever shot is happy about it too.
Trump Casinos' Tax Debt Was $30 Million. Then Christie Took Office.
By RUSS BUETTNER
By MICHAEL WINES and JESS BIDGOOD
Kathleen G. Kane, once one of the state's most promising politicians, said she would resign after being convicted of perjury, conspiracy and other charges.
by John Reynolds |
The Big Conversation
Former Gov. Rick Perry inserted himselfinto the ongoing controversy over Donald Trump's handling of criticism from the father of a fallen Muslim soldier, saying the father was to blame for speaking at the Democratic National Convention.
Speaking on CNN, Perry said the father should have expected some reaction to his words. "In a campaign, if you’re going to go out and think that you can take a shot at somebody and not have incoming coming back at you, shame on you," Perry said.
While politicians from both sides of the aisle took Trump to task for criticizing the family of Khizr Khan, Perry made clear he was backing Trump. Speaking of Khan, Perry said, "Why in the world that he thought he was going to get a free ride with that is beyond me. He shouldn’t get a free ride when he’s going to inject himself into the political arena."
In other Perry-Trump news, the former governor was one of six Texans named to a 64-member advisory committee that will give the GOP presidential nominee advice on agricultural policy. Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller also snagged a seat on the panel.
8THEIST vanity license plates allowed under lawsuit settlement