State law requires all school children to get a battery of vaccinations when they reach a certain age. But parents are allowed to opt-out if they write a letter simply stating “immunization interferes with the free exercise” of their family’s religious rights.
‘I’m sorry’: James Comey repeatedly apologizes after getting nailed to the wall by Chris Wallace
Fox News host Chris Wallace grilled former FBI Director James Comey over alleged mistakes at the agency during the investigations of President Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
In an interview that aired on Sunday, Wallace noted that the Department of Justice Inspector General concluded that errors in warrants for surveillance on the Trump campaign could have been mistakes or malfeasance.
"He's saying the role of the Steele dossier is a lot more important than you let on," Wallace said of the Inspector General.
"Okay, if I was [wrong] then I'm sorry that I did that," Comey admitted. "What I meant was that it was one part of the presentation to the [FISA] court. It was not a huge part of the presentation to the court. But it was the fact, according to his report, that it convinced the lawyers to go forward."
How the culture of football groomed us for President Trump
Because everything is so Trumpian these days, there’s less air or space for the only other mass entertainment that promotes tribalism and toxic masculinity while keeping violence in vogue: football.
In the age of The Donald, it’s hard to remember that football was once the nation’s greatest television reality show. Because real people actually got really hurt in real-time, you could be sure it wasn’t fake news. Now, football is just another runner-up to President Trump, whose policies actually get people killed.
And yet football is still here, in plain sight, waiting to resume its cultural dominance once Trump is gone.
Mike Huckabee slams ‘less than sincere’ liberals who pray for the country during impeachment
Fox News contributor Mike Huckabee on Sunday asserted that Democrats who say they pray for the country are "less than sincere."
During an appearance on Fox & Friends, Huckabee said that he doubted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) when she said that she prays for President Donald Trump.
"You know, I don't want to be cynical about this but I just find it a little disingenuous on the part of some of these Democrats whose party took God out of their own convention," Huckabee opined, "for them to now talk about how they're praying about [impeachment] and this is all a matter of spirituality."