McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were convicted on multiple charges Thursday.
Review was ordered after the April 29 botched execution of Clayton Lockett.
“Tell the misses not to wait up.”
“I do think that there can be a role for America.” The U.S. could provide air and technical support, if Congress approves.
“I think today with the sadness of what’s happening in Iraq, that if we had not removed Saddam Hussein — who was an evil man — we would not have the chaos we have now.”
“As a nation we are united, and when people harm Americans we don’t retreat, we don’t forget.”
“The State of Louisiana has a legitimate interest under a rational basis standard of review for addressing the meaning of marriage through the democratic process.” The first federal court ruling upholding a ban in the past year.
“I’ve never seen that kind of behavior in the United States Senate.”
“Can we just watch ‘Frozen’ again?”
Conservative reality television star admits conversion “would be next to impossible.”
The relatively unknown Minnesota Democrat has been all over the country this year.
The 5th Circuit chides Texas attorney general’s office for “wait[ing] until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday August 31 to file” a motion asking the appeals court to allow enforcement of the restrictions on September 1.
“And then I said, ‘Did you know that every member of the Ku Klux Klan were Democrats from the South?’ ‘Oh, I didn’t know that.’ You know, they need to be educated.”
“There’s a chance it could come before the end of the summer, a chance it could come after,” said White House press secretary Josh Earnest.
“You say don’t blame the victim, but legally, what kind of recourse do they have?”
“Actions of Republicans in congress are worse than #ISIL.”
How farce turns into tragedy.
With the help of libertarians, the ACLU, and a law from Maryland, the conservative legislature in Utah is leading the way in reigning in police tactics.
The only question is whether the justices will agree to take on the issue — and, if so, which case or cases it’s going to be.
The fringes of the U.S. conservative movement build bridges with their counterparts on the other side of the Atlantic.
Chuck Grassley and Bob Goodlatte argue the administration hasn’t been transparent with DACA.
The White House has been frantically trying to change the message since Thursday’s press conference.