Every year a few posts seem to slip through, either because they were posted at a terrible time or someone else at the site managed to post something similar at almost exactly the same time. Sometimes, they get overshadowed by a candidate for Congress assaulting a member of the press for having the temerity to ask a question.
These are the five posts that had the least number of views in the past year. Maybe take a look and make them feel just a bit less lonely?
A look around Twitter shows how the two camps in the Republican Party are responding to the Roy Moore allegations. While some Republicans are fighting to restore honor to their party, you won’t see Steve Daines among those condemning Moore.
In order to pay for their budget-busting transfer of wealth to the richest few Americans (and a few multinational corporations), the Daines-Gianforte tax bill had to create some losers. One of the groups hardest hit will be those who simply want to improve their education, hurting millions of American families and the economy as a whole.
What did you really expect from the Zinke though, he is the official Flip-Flopper-in-Chief. He has always been one to talk out of both sides of his mouth about his support for any issue while he voted against it in Congress. Nothing has changed since he became Secretary of the Interior for this deeply corrupt administration.
More than a dozen veterans representing 10 states and the District of Columbia took a message to Capitol Hill this week: Restore America’s national parks.
I have to wonder what he’s going to do with the money before the polls close in 28 hours. Buy TV? Pay canvassers to hit the doors or make phone calls? It seems too late to me. Is he really that nervous about the outcome? Maybe someone more politically savvy than me can explain this last minute plea for funds. Some sort of slush fund for down the road?