Nazis Are Just Like You and Me, Except They’re Nazis

Why Trump Stands by Roy Moore, Even as It Fractures His Party - By the time Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, made the last of his repeated pleas to President Trump to keep his distance from the Senate candidacy of Roy S. Moore, it was too late. In America's Heartland, the Nazi Sympathizer Next Door - HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio - Tony and Maria Hovater were married this fall.

Baltimore Sun: It wasna t lack of compromise that led to the Civil War

Many have pointed out that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly's veneration this week of Robert E. Lee as an honorable man and his contention that the Civil War came about as a result of an inability by politicians to “compromise” reflected a glaring blind spot about the actual issue at hand. It is, of course, mind bogglingly insensitive to imply that the existence of legal slavery is something about which we might conceivably have found a suitable compromise.

UPDATE 3-U.S. formally proposes to scrap Obama’s carbon-cutting plan

The head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency formally proposed on Tuesday to scrap the agency's Obama-era plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, as the Trump administration seeks to slash fossil fuel regulation. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt issued a notice that the agency intended to repeal the Clean Power Plan, which it said relied on controversial calculations of economic costs and benefits.

Today in History

On August 25, 1967, the Beatles boarded a train in London bound for Bangor, Wales, to attend a conference on transcendental meditation led by the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi; the visit was cut short two days later when the group got word of the death of their manager, Brian Epstein. George Lincoln Rockwell, founder of the American Nazi Party, was shot to death at a shopping center in Arlington, Virginia; former party member John Patler was convicted of the killing.

Clean Power Plan Still In Limbo After Appeals Court Ruling

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The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has decided to put off making a decision about the Clean Power Plan for two more months - on top off the delay it had issued in April. Now, though, the US Environmental Protection Agency must file monthly updates with the court, meaning that its patience is wearing down with regard to how many more delays it will issue.

New high-profile residents cause Kalorama parking headaches new

Parking in D.C. is tough enough, but the new arrivals to DC's Kalorama neighborhood -- the Obamas and presidential daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband -- all come with Secret Service security details, which need parking spots, too. The Secret Service has become a fixture in the Kalorama neighborhood, with the Obamas and presidential daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, moving in.

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson return for the ‘X-Files’ audiobook

Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny during Wizard World Chicago Comic-Con at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016, in Chicago./Barry Brecheisen The stars will reprise their roles as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in "The X-Files: Cold Cases", and Audible Original project based on Joe Harris' graphic novels. "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter will serve as producer and creative director on the project.

Congressman Uses “Stranger Things” to Take On Trump

A Congressman Used a'Stranger Things Reference to Take Down Trump David Cicilline compares Trump to the Demogorgon in this hilarious speech At one point, Cicilline used a line from one of the show's main characters as he called on politicians to keep the Trump administration "accountable". In order to make his point clear, he gave a comparison everyone can relate to: Stranger Things.

“I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore” tops Sundance Fest awards

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Sundance Film Festival wrapped with awards for "I don't feel at home in this world anymore" and "Dina," the grand jury winners in the U.S. dramatic and documentary competitions, Variety said. The directorial debut of Macon Blair, "I don't feel at home" announces a bold new writing-directing talent best known as an actor in such films as "Blue Ruin" and "Green Room."

Trump could revive Missouri proposal on deported immigrants

As President Donald Trump rolls out plans to build a wall on the Mexican border and considers blocking refugees, Missouri lawmakers are trying again to pass a bill aimed at cracking down on deported immigrants who come back and commit crimes. Under the proposal pitched Thursday by Republican Sen. Mike Cunningham, immigrants who are deported but come back and commit any assault or felony offence would face up to 10 years in prison for "illegal re-entry."

Motion filed to compel redistricting ruling

The major plaintiffs challenging the Texas congressional and State House boundaries filed a joint motion earlier today to compel the three-judge federal district court in San Antonio to finally issue a decision on their claims that the Texas maps adopted in 2011 are discriminatory in violation of the Voting Rights Act and the U.S. Constitution. The motion can be viewed and downloaded here.

Election 2016: Misery in Missouri a ” and everywhere else

From St. Louis and its suburbs south to Branson, voters here about an angst around next month's election. Many say they feel like they're choosing between the lesser of two evils, that the political dialogue feels sharply negative, and they are deeply fearful of what might happen if their preferred candidate loses.

Missouri appeals court order to reveal execution drug source

Missouri is appealing a federal court's decision that requires the state to break one of its most-guarded secrets and reveal the name of any supplier of its lethal injection drug. Calling the matter "a question of exceptional importance," the state on Wednesday asked the full 8th Circuit Court of Appeals to urgently upend a ruling last week by a three-judge panel of that court in a case brought by two death-row inmates in Mississippi.

Court: Birth control mandate violates religious rights

A federal judge has ruled in favor of a Missouri lawmaker who cited religious objections while challenging the inclusion of birth control coverage in his government-provided health insurance. State Sen. Paul Wieland said Friday that the ruling , while applying only to his family, could serve as a guide for others seeking to challenge the application of a section of President Barack Obama's health care law that requires insurers to include coverage of contraceptives.

Ambrose: Hillary can’t go unchecked

Maybe Hillary Clinton shouldn't have to worry about prison, but she surer than anything should not be an unchecked president of the United States. As secretary of state, she was downright reckless in ways that could endanger American lives.