The House Oversight Committee Will No Longer Be Run by a Bunch of Old, White Republican Men

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Few things get me out of bed nowadays, but one incentive is the possibility I’ll get to watch Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez grill Donald Trump about the pee tape one day. So far, that’s been naught but a beautiful pipe dream, but it is possible it will soon be a reality, now that a handful of progressives have reportedly…

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The Today Show Grants Covington Catholic Student an Interview to Spin His Story

The country’s treatment of Kavanaugh and Sandmann reveal the conclusion of that calculus. We have seen it before, we will see it again. Familiarity doesn’t dilute the poison.

Source: The Today Show Grants Covington Catholic Student an Interview to Spin His Story

Michael Cohen delays congressional testimony, citing threats from President Trump – Los Angeles Times

Trump has previously suggested that investigators look into Cohen’s family. “Watch father-in-law!” he tweeted last week. Trump told Fox News on Jan. 12 that Cohen was lying about him to get a reduced sentence. “But he should give information maybe on his father-in-law, because that’s the one that people want to look at,” he said. In response, top Democrats issued a statement warning about the president’s comments. “Our nation’s laws prohibit efforts to discourage, intimidate or otherwise pressure a witness not to provide testimony to Congress,” said Cummings, Schiff and Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. Giuliani said Trump’s comments did not represent an attempt to obstruct a congressional investigation. “It’s defending yourself,” he said on CNN.

Source: Michael Cohen delays congressional testimony, citing threats from President Trump – Los Angeles Times

Umm – the SOB is threatening Cohen, plain and simple as President and manager of the Justice Department! That is not defense, it is an impeachable offense!!!

Border Tribes to Begin Summit with Closed Meeting with Homeland Security

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By Brenda Norrell

Censored News

PASCUA YAQUI — A two-day Tribal Border Summit begins Thursday with a closed meeting between Tribal Leaders and U.S. Homeland Security, according to the agenda.

NCAI is among the hosts of the summit.

Along with Pascua Yaqui and Tohono O’odham tribal leaders in southern Arizona, St. Regis Mohawk, Puyallup and Pauma will be in the closed meeting.