Politico: When Kris Kobach, Kansas’ aggressive secretary of state, convinced the state legislature to give him prosecutorial power to pursue voter fraud, he said it was necessary to root out tens of thousands of undocumented aliens who were voting as … Continue reading ?
There are so many things that can get good, hard-working people fired. Honest mistakes often carry hard-hitting consequences. A recent study from the ePolicy Institute surveyed more than 300 companies and found that a third of them have...Show More Summary
Saw this on @TheIGMilitia on Instagram. Some comments say that the person in the brown pants is Miami Dade PD. More importantly is the woman holding the yellow mug. Some think she may be prior Marines due to the folded cuff of the T-shirt. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) White House press secretary Sean Spicer is under intense fire for saying during a press conference, in the context of condemning Bashar al-Assad, that Adolph Hitler “didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.” Hitler does not appear ever to have authorized the use of chemical weapons on the battle field. Show More Summary
Asks The Washington Post about this: This morning @EPA sent out a press release highlighting reaction to Trump's climate Executive Order...this first quote seems off message: pic.twitter.com/Na2EWCrBzj — Patrick Ambrosio (@Pat_Ambrosio) March 30, 2017 Let me ask you: Honest mistake or deliberate sabotage? I have no way of knowing. Show More Summary
Late Show host, Stephen Colbert, took time on Friday night to wish everyone a happy St. Patrick’s Day, and particularly President Donald Trump, who celebrated by reading an Irish proverb during his visit with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny. Colbert pointed out that the proverb read by the...
Brad Trost and Pierre Lemieux represent the social conservative values that leading candidate Kevin O'Leary wants to abandon.
WASHINGTON ? Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said she made an “honest mistake” on MSNBC last week when she invoked the “Bowling Green massacre” ? a purported terrorist attack that never happened ? in defense of the president’s immigration ban. But the Feb. Show More Summary
Cosmopolitan reports: Roundly condemned and mocked for the comment (there has never been a terrorist massacre in Bowling Green), Conway tweeted Friday that she meant to say “Bowling Green terrorists” and had made an “honest mistake.” But in an interview with Cosmopolitan.com conducted by phone days earlier, on Sunday, Jan. Show More Summary
A new interview with Conway indicates her inaccurate reference to the debunked "Bowling Green massacre" was not a one-time "honest mistake."
Kellyanne Conway insists that her reference to the "Bowling Green massacre" was an "honest mistake." Guess what? In an interview with Cosmopolitan.com conducted by phone days earlier, on Sunday, Jan. 29, Conway used the same phrasing,...Show More Summary
“Honest mistakes abound”
Campaign Action Here’s what Kellyanne Conway came up with to defend her invention of a nonexistent “massacre” to justify Donald Trump’s Muslim ban: She tweeted that “Honest mistakes abound,” and for example, “ Last night, prominent editor...Show More Summary
In a rare example of a Trump administration person admitting something they said was false, Kellyanne Conway conceded that the Bowling Green Massacre never happened. She called it "an honest mistake." Read my column at The Daily Beast...Show More Summary
First off, this wasn't an honest mistake. Not. At. All.
Fast Food, Restaurant | MI, USA Categories: Food & Drink Liars & Scammers Tags: Fast FoodRestaurant "Sir, if this was an honest mistake, I would let you keep the drink free of charge, but you intentionally tried to deceive me to get a free drink. Show More Summary
Sean Hannity of FOX News has called his tweet of approval to the comment 'Make Russia Great Again' an "honest mistake," reports the Washington Examiner. On Sunday, Hannity wrote 'Amen' in response to the Twitter posting, "...All Americans must join together to MAKE RUSSIA GREAT AGAIN. Show More Summary
Fox News host Sean Hannity explained a tweet Sunday approving of a call for Americans to “make Russia great again,” calling it an honest mistake.
It was an honest mistake.