July 3, 2022

‘Huge’: Kansas Republican Does Not ‘Appreciate’ Sharing A Bathroom With Transgender Colleague

Republican Kansas state Rep. Cheryl Helmer said she does not “appreciate” having to share a bathroom with her “huge” transgender colleague, a biological male.Helmer made the remarks about Democratic state Rep. Stephanie Byers, the state’s first transgender lawmaker, in an April 23 email to 25-year-old University of Kansas graduate student Brenan Riffel, saying, “now, personally…

Biden Chief-of-Staff Ron Klain Mocked After Sharing Article Saying 2021 ‘Not So Bad’

President Joe Biden’s chief of staff Ron Klain drew a storm of mocking ridicule Monday when he shared an op-ed column that appeared to  make light of the travails that have marked the past 12 months and was published beneath the headline, “Let’s be honest: 2src21 wasn’t all bad.” The article was written by Albert Hunt,…

U.S. Fines Honeywell $13 Million for Sharing Military Specs with China

The U.S. State Department said this week it recently fined U.S. defense contractor Honeywell $13 million after the company was found to have “harmed national security” by sharing sensitive information about U.S. military aircraft with China and other countries. The U.S. State Department said on May 3 it had reached a settlement with Honeywell on…

‘Purposefully Withholding That Information’: Rep. Henry Cuellar Says Biden Admin Isn’t Sharing Real Border Numbers

Democratic Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar said Saturday that the Biden administration has not been sharing the real number of unaccompanied children at the U.S.-Mexico border. Cuellar spoke with Fox News’ Alicia Acuna about the situation at the border, saying the problem may have started under former President Donald Trump, but President Joe Biden needed to…

Meet the Marine Major Being Punished For Sharing Classified Information To Warn Against An Attack

As the situation surrounding Hillary Clinton’s possession of top secret, classified information on her personal email server continues to get worse, comparisons between the former Secretary of State and those prosecuted for improper handling of classified information are being made. Of course, the case of General David Petraeus has come up, but there are others […]

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