A bipartisan bill to prohibit U.S. taxpayer funding and arming of terrorist groups and their associates is making progress in Congress, most recently having a companion bill introduced in the Senate by popular liberty-minded U.S.

According to the Associated Press, the American Civil Liberties Union recently launched a nationwide training event to “urge organized, public resistance by those opposed to policies of President Donald Trump.”

The first one happened over the weekend at a University of Miami sports arena and was streamed to all 50 states.

Well, it happened again. The “TV gremlins” over at CNN chewed through the wires connected to the White House and cut the audio/video feed of a woman complaining to President Trump about the exorbitant costs she’s incurred under Obamacare.

Former presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee criticized Planned Parenthood’s abortion focus last week, saying it will never give up the life-destroying practice because there is too much money in it.

“Asking PP to give up abortion would be like asking McDonald’s to stop selling hamburgers.

Saudi Arabia just announced a first of its kind in the Middle East: the creation of an all-girls council in the al-Qassim province, according to the BBC, to help support girls and women in the region.

The Catholic Bishops in Canada are criticizing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for forcing Canadians to spend 650 million dollars on abortions after American President Donald Trump defunded International Planned Parenthood.

Politics today is just trolling by other means. The Indiana Republican Party provides the latest example. Recently, those Hoosier politicos purchased the domain name of Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly.

Donnelly is up for re-election in 2018 and doesn't yet know who his challenger will be.

If Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, had been test-driving rhetoric from the white-genocide fantasy land of the alt-right, it looks like this week he's bought the car.

In an Iowa radio interview today, he followed up his anti-immigrant tweet from Sunday ("We can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies") by remarking that the trend toward a declining white share of the U.S.

Too expensive, not enough kids choosing to eat them.

The School Nutrition Association hopes it’ll receive some relief from former First Lady Michelle Obama’s strict lunch rules under President Donald Trump. From The Washington Examiner:

During a discussion with New-York Presbyterian Hospital CEO Dr. Steven Corwin on Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, co-hosts Charlie Rose, Norah O’Donnell, and Gayle King all accepted his call for more government involvement in the health care industry and fretted that not enough Americans were being forced to purchase medical insurance.