Wyoming Approves Concealed Weapons in Churches

Governor Matt Mead signed the law yesterday. The law is in response to the deadly Texas church shooting that occurred last November which left 26 people dead. As the law stands now, individuals had to obtain permission from the church. The law also allows for

Congresswoman Louise Slaughter Has Died

The longtime Congresswoman died early Friday. A news release drafted by her Chief of Staff, Liam Fitzsimmons, revealed Rep. Slaughter passed away this morning at George Washington University Hospital. The cause of her death is due to an injury she sustained in a fall last

Conor Lamb Wins Pennsylvania Special Election

In an election that should have been an easy win for the GOP, Lamb pulls an upset. On Tuesday, the Democratic Party did what most thought would be impossible. It pulled off a win in a congressional district that President Trump carried by twenty points

John McEntee, Personal Assistant to Trump, Fired

Fired from the White House? Yes. But not from Trump himself. On Monday the White House revealed that John McEntee, personal assistant to the President, has been fired. The reason given was “unspecified security issues”. However, to think that is the end of the tale

Rex Tillerson Out As Secretary of State

President Trump made the announcement on Tuesday. While the announcement came early Tuesday morning, reports indicate Tillerson was told Friday that Trump wanted him to step aside. Thus ends Tillerson’s tumultuous tenure as Secretary of State where he often clashed with the President. The announcement

Barry Crimmins, Activist and Comedian, Dies at 64

Crimmins passed away yesterday after battling stage 4 non-Hodgkins lymphoma. His final moments were spent with his wife, Helen and longtime friend, Bobcat Goldthwait. Crimmins was a major figure in the 80’s on the comedy circuit in Boston. His comedy routines focused through the years on