Following a marathon 20-hour session that ended early Thursday morning, Brazil’s Senate voted 55-22 to try President Dilma Rousseff on charges that she manipulated the government’s books to make its debts appear more manageable and to help her get reelected in 2014.
Some of the GOP’s establishment pundits and politicos are so anti-Trump they’d rather help Hillary Clinton take the White House.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox met with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) at the Mexico City airport for 30 minutes on May 1 and said afterwards that he is “becoming a fan of” leading Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
As the transgender restroom issue heats up, presidential candidates are weighing in. And they seem to be forgetting at least one very crucial fact: As important as this is as a national issue, it is not a federal issue.
When Virginia Democrat Governor Terry McAuliffe announced on April 22 that he was restoring the civil rights — including voting rights — of 206,000 convicted felons, he must have expected some pushback from Republican lawmakers. After all, the felons include violent and repeat offenders. But did he anticipate the extent of the pushback, with one Republican lawmaker pointing out that the governor's executive order violates the state constitution? Governor McAuliffe responded by telling Republicans to “quit complaining.”