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Surrender or Fight
Republicans, in particular the Trump administration, are approaching a historic decision that will shape America for generations to come.
The endless hostility of the Left, exemplified by violent fascists on college campuses, thugs in the streets, determined disrupters at town hall meetings, and the dishonest elite media are all part of their efforts to defeat the reforms and changes that President Trump was elected to implement.
NEW YORK ― Former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) pleaded guilty on Friday to a federal obscenity charge after he sent explicit text messages to a minor.
Weiner turned himself over to the FBI on Friday morning, and by 11:30 a.m. he was a convicted sex offender. He stood in a suit in Manhattan federal court, sobbing as he described how he met a stranger online “whom I knew to be 15 years old.”
“I engaged in obscene communication with this teen, just as I had done and continued to do with adult women,” Weiner said in front of Judge Loretta Preska.
He read from a letter he prepared for his plea, often pausing as he tried to compose himself.
“I accept full responsibility for my conduct,” he said, crying. “I have a sickness but I do not have an excuse. ... I apologize to the teenage girl who I mistreated so badly.”
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Reports that President Donald Trump asked James Comey, the former FBI director, to end the bureau's investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has left lawmakers on both sides of the aisle shell-shocked — and openly discussing the possibility of impeachment proceedings.
Democratic Rep. Al Green on Wednesday went to the House floor and called for Trump's impeachment.
Democratic Reps. John Yarmuth and Mark Pocan have also tossed around the word in interviews, saying Democrats were "actually pretty close to considering impeachment" and that Comey's firing moved Trump's "impeachment clock" an "hour closer."
Democrats are not the only ones discussing the possibility. Republican Rep. Justin Amash told reporters on Wednesday that if the allegations contained in Comey's memo about the conversation with Trump were true, it would be "grounds for impeachment." He added that he trusted Comey more than the president, according to Katie Williams, a reporter for The Hill.
Sen. Angus King, an independent who caucuses with Democrats and sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee, told a CNN host who asked whether Congress had moved closer to the impeachment process that he would "have to say yes."
Axios reported on Wednesday that "Republicans close to the White House fear that yesterday's revelations could take President Trump into a legal or constitutional realm where his staff and supporters can't save him." A Republican operative told the publication that "a whole new door has opened" that could move the administration "backwards" instead of "the agenda grinding to a halt."
Welcome Renegade Nation it’s me Naughty Nicole and it’s time for another Renegade Review. And today, we have one of my favorites and I hope one of yours, a Marvel movie!! That’s right, we’re looking at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, and I for one am excited and can’t wait to share this with you. So wait no longer, don your Star Lord Cosplay helmets and join me for today’s review. And I’m going to preface my review with I LOVE MARVEL, so if you don’t love Marvel, well then this review is not for you. Go watch Netflix. Anyway let’s jump in my heathens.
The movie opens to a splashy opening battle with a giant space-faring octopus, scored to Electric Light Orchestra’s Mr. Blue Sky for no reason other than the finger-snapping snazz of it. The soundtrack also features Fleetwood Mac, Glen Campbell and David Hasselhoff, plus a recurrent use of Brandy by Looking Glass..
Perhaps the finest, funniest moment is this first sequence. Or perhaps it’s quote-unquote “action sequence.” Because for most of its duration, the action is strictly an afterthought. The titular super group has been enlisted to defeat a giant star-squid, and its smallest member, Baby Groot (the twig-like offshoot of last installment’s arboreal giant), is hooking up some equipment in the foreground as the fight commences behind him. What is Baby Groot fiddling with? Some kind of space cannon? Of course not. It’s a sound system, and no sooner is it plugged in than the ELO’s pop jingle “Mr. Blue Sky” bursts forth in its giddy, meteorological splendor. As Baby Groot’s companions battle the tentacle horror in the background, we’re treated to the delightful spectacle of the mini-veggie juking his way through the opening credits. It is, in its way, the perfect deflation of the time-to-save-the-world-again bloat that has grown customary in the superhero genre and a worthy successor to the loose, goofy vibe of the first Guardians: You guys deal with the Latest Threat to All Life over there; us, we’re going to hang here and groove to some oldies.