Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates on Sunday defended the White House against charges that they did not act quickly enough to protect the Americans killed in the Benghazi attacks. Gates, who served in the administrations of both Presidents George W. Bush’s and Obama said that some critics who said that military force could have saved lives had a “cartoonish” view of U.S. military capabilities.
Governor Walker quietly tried to eliminate laws that protect women in his state - “Governor Walker and the Republican majority have used the last 18 months to pursue the most extreme political agenda against women that Wisconsin has ever seen. We will not stand by and allow this Governor to politicize women’s health. We will not stand by as Governor Walker continues to curtail women’s access to healthcare, health information and the ability to fight gender discrimination in the work place."
The Borowitz Report “Right now, a man like Wayne LaPierre can walk right into Congress and buy any politician he wants,” she said. “There’s no background check, no waiting period. And so hundreds of politicians are falling into the hands of people who are unstable and, quite frankly, dangerous.”