Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen was quizzing President Donald J. Trump's nominee to lead the Department of Agriculture about cuts proposed for the Chesapeake Bay program recently when a fellow Democrat jumped into the conversation.
For Johntel Greene, the moment came during the formal roll call, when representatives of each state stood on the floor of the Democratic National Convention to cast their votes for the presidential nomination.
Gunshots and Muslims and bombs, oh my! This phrase came to mind when listening to President Obama's reaction to the recent terrorist attacks. He says everything is OK — no problems, it's all good. He elaborates by ridiculing conservatives for being needlessly afraid of "orphans and widows." He says Republicans are a bunch of sissies. Obama seems to be in the dark about "orphans and widows." They maim and kill others regularly, and more are trained every day to do that.
WASHINGTON — Criticism of President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the Social Security Administration appeared to evaporate Thursday at a confirmation hearing that featured few questions about controversial service cuts and recent allegations of mismanagement.