A photo snapped just minutes after two tornadoes wreaked havoc on Pilger, Nebraska, Monday has led to intense debate, causing some to wonder whether storm-chasing photojournalist Mark “Storm” Farnik acted unethically in photographing a little girl who was gravely injured.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said Friday that he doesn’t believe the IRS owes Congress an apology for losing several years’ worth of emails Republicans are seeking as part of their investigation into the IRS targeting scandal, or for the delay in telling Congress about the lost emails.
Not a business, but a community service if you ask me. Either way, the government doesn’t like people to read.
But after watching it myself, that characterization couldn’t be more wrong. In fact Brigitte Gabriel’s answer to this Muslim woman is perhaps the best answer I’ve ever heard to the ‘peaceful Muslims’ question.
“Let’s just say I didn’t complete the mission,” he said. “My wife found the whole thing to be quite hysterical even while it was happening. She was actually on the bed, watching, eating a bag of chips, laughing, so as you can imagine, I wasn’t really performing to the best of my abilities. Also, said prostitute wasn’t engaging with my wife the way I hoped she would and so it all kind of fell apart, and the rest is in the book.”
Looking too good could literally become a crime under newly proposed federal legislation, which would give the Federal Trade Commission power to regulate Photoshop image editing software use in advertising and other media.
In yet another case where lawmakers were unaware of what they were actually voting for, the Dallas County Commissioners Court proclaimed on Tuesday that blacks deserve reparations for slavery. Most of the commissioners apparently didn’t know that they were backing the resolution because they didn’t read it.
WATCH: Jerk Motorcyclist Gets What He Deserves.
It has also been reported this past week that MSNBC is the least-trusted news network and has abysmal ratings.
Former Rep. Joe Walsh (R-Ill.) turned to Twitter Thursday night, saying he was yanked off the air for having an “honest discussion about racist terms” that apparently included him using some of the language on-air.