“…died suddenly in less than a week just after his return to the U.S.”
“After a while, it simply became our working assumption that we were being spied on.”
“…he selected prisoners, most of them deathly ill, for a fate he called ‘justice.'”
“the Obama administration…was using the cover of legitimate surveillance on foreign targets to spy on President-elect Trump”
“This wasn’t in our planning horizon in the middle of last year…”
“Think of what all that money could have been spent on instead.”
Good cop, bad cop?
“I can tell you we have full confidence the information is accurate.”
“It’s a legacy item for the White House”
“This prioritization of collections for payments to issuers over payments to the Treasury is not authorized.”
“the administration seems to be throwing up roadblocks to our bipartisan effort to cut off the resources Assad uses to annihilate his own people”
“…the pipeline’s future now looks much more uncertain than it did hours ago.”
“…some nuclear stocks and facilities were not in accordance with JCPOA limits on Implementation Day”
“A student’s gender identity is a confidential matter”
An exercise in missing the point.
“U.S. officials have said that the prisoner release and cash transfer took place through two separate diplomatic channels.”
Up in smoke
“…the administration released the numbers on a Friday afternoon before a holiday weekend.”
“It’s a valued partnership, without any conditions…”
The Department of Education will instruct every public school in America to provide “suitable” bathroom and locker room facilities to …
War on coal.
“We swallowed the poison pill…”
Transparency, how does it work?!
All in the name of “national security”
Explosions in the making.
Plus, when Academia’s monster turns on … academics.
I feel like I’ve heard this one before…
If you feel like you’ve read that headline before, it’s probably because you have.
“That was a mistake.”
Keep on keepin’ on.
Because, Big Government, for the win!
Don’t worry, be happy.
“The individuals all stated that they accepted responsibility and wanted to resign.”
“In the end, we’re a democracy.”
“Almost all controversial speech harms people, upsets or offends them…”