The embattled Florida congressman said all members of Congress should be tested for drugs, when asked why he voted for a proposal included measures to drug test food-stamp recipients considering his own drug use. Radel, who was charged last month with cocaine possession, said Thursday he would not be resigning from Congress following his nearly month-long stint in rehab.
“Pajama Boy” as he has been dubbed, was revealed as Ethan Krupp, an Organizing for Action employee by The Washington Examiner Thursday. On his now-defunct blog, which was linked from an account Krupp appears to have made on BuzzFeed and Yatedo.com, Krupp criticized President Obama’s speech at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where Krupp attended school.
Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe said Wednesday he would like to go home to celebrate his 54th wedding anniversary on Thursday with his wife and grandkids. Inhofe’s son was killed in a plane crash last month.
Public Policy Polling’s annual holiday poll comes out tomorrow. An exclusive first-look given to BuzzFeed shows Americans are pretty divided over Santa’s race, 40% of Americans said they believe in Santa Claus, many Americans believe the “War on Christmas” is real, and more people think Santa is a Democrat than a Republican.
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Outrage from New Hampshire Republicans.
“I’m gonna scream and complain because Martin Luther King is always portrayed as black,” said Neal Boortz, who was substituting for Herman Cain on his radio program Monday.
Saturday marked the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that left 26 people dead.
Newtown, Conn., marked one year since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting Saturday.