Makes it look easy
‘It breaks my heart for him because someone actually believes that’
‘Under your radical expansion of federal regulatory authority, these sewer and stormwater systems could now be regulated’
‘You can tell a couple of these gentlemen have no idea about weapons safety’
‘Providing false or misleading testimony to Congress is a serious matter’
Sounds like a green energy paradise — almost too good to be true.
Watch as the liberal media does a victory lap
‘It’s a victory for our opponents’
‘The more I heard about it, it made me more and more mad’
‘We do not see how it will be possible to reasonably develop a State Implementation Plan’
‘I’m genuinely curious to try to understand how the other side thinks.’
‘Take it to the ballot’
‘There is no chance in the world of that’
‘What we are learning shows that human activity is already having a major impact’
Booze, a fight, and deadly underwear.
Earthquakes are on the rise in Oklahoma and Texas, and media reports have made sure to link hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, operations to quakes rocking parts of the country. But connecting fracking to earthquakes is frustrating scientists working on the issue.
Cop may have got fake gun clearances and then shot somebody
Eggs are the new corn in these parts
Video games, parties and melting walls