Former Congressman Allen West made an incomprehensible statement about how President Obama wants blacks to have a “vomiting of dissension”. In a recent interview, the president told BET that there was a “systemic problem” with the way law enforcement unfairly treated minorities. “Black folks and Latinos and others are not just making this up,” he [...]
Congressman Charlie Rangel said on CNN today that the NYPD officers who turned their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio as he spoke during the funeral for a fallen officer showed "poor judgment."
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Former Pennsylvania Congressman Patrick Murphy says if there was a breach of classified information because Navy Seal Team 6 member Robert O’Neill came forward to discuss shooting Osama bin Laden, he should be held accountable. “The administration has been very clear since day one: they do not have any towers for people who break the [...]
Yeah, you win. Trying to decide the single worst thing to happen in May was a bit of a puzzle. If you remember, the year started (in January, for those of you keeping track) with a congressman insisting that he would not quit his job despite being arrested for, of all things, buying cocaine. Show More Summary
In light of recent news that the Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden is being investigated for potentially leaking classified information, a former congressman and Iraq War veteran says that nobody, including the man who killed bin Laden, is above the law.
In the final Talk Radio News Service Washington Report of 2014, Paltalk News Network’s Gary Baumgarten speaks with former congressman and current correspondent Bob Ney about the political year ahead.
In the final Talk Radio News Service Washington Report of 2014, Paltalk News Network's Gary Baumgarten speaks with former congressman and current correspondent Bob Ney about the political year ahead.
With voters having dumped Kerry Bentivolio in the primaries, the Michigan Republican may not be feeling that jolly about Christmas, but he remains a fan of the beloved character he once portrayed.
New York Rep. Charles Rangel was on CNN this morning being interviewed by Ashleigh Banfield. During the otherwise fairly agreeable interview, Rangel insisted that protest chants calling for “dead cops”
Instead of going to trial, big bully and Staten island Congressman Michael Grimm decided to plead guilty to felony tax fraud today. The NY Times points out that he is a "former Marine and agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation who first ran for office as a law-and-order corruption fighter." [ more › ]
Congressman Michael Grimm once vowed to fight charges against him but today pleaded guilty to tax evasion. Despite calls for his resignation in light of his plea, Grimm's new fight is to stay in office.
With Congressman Michael Grimm pleading guilty to one count of tax fraud, some high-profile Democrats are calling on the New York Republican to resign.
A US congressman pleaded guilty to felony tax evasion Tuesday, the latest stain for a lawmaker dogged by controversy but who won re-election last month despite indictment on criminal charges. Michael Grimm, a former FBI agent who represents...Show More Summary
Republican Rep. Michael Grimm On Tuesday, Republican Rep. Michael Grimm pleaded guilty to tax evasion, months before his trial was to start. Grimm was accused of falsifying tax returns for his restaurant before he was elected to Congress in 2010, and he is scheduled to be sentenced in June. Show More Summary
Staten Island-based congressman Michael Grimm pled guilty to federal tax evasion today. He was indicted earlier this year on 20 counts, including on charges of fraud, federal tax evasion, and perjury. Read more...
U.S. Representative Michael Grimm of New York pleaded guilty to a federal felony tax charge on Tuesday, seven weeks after coasting to reelection despite his indictment. Grimm, a Republican, pleaded guilty in Brooklyn federal court to aiding the preparation of a false tax return in connection with a...
Congressman Michael Grimm pled guilty today on one count of tax fraud, one of many he’s charged with after a 2-year FBI investigation. After pleading guilty, Grimm made some comments to the press, in which he said he has no plans to resign: Rep Grimm says he's moved by outpouring of love. "It makes you [...]
Rep. Michael Grimm, New York Republican, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a felony tax charge stemming from a 20-count indictment against the congressman handed up in April. Grimm pleaded guilty to a single count of aiding in the preparation of a false tax return in 2009 and faces up to three years in prison, according […]
Congressman Michael Grimm of Staten Island, New York, was charged in a 20-count indictment with hiding more than $1 million in income and wages at a restaurant he co-owned. Grimm’s admission of guilt will place his congressional career in danger, exactly seven weeks after he won reelection by an overwhelming margin. Grimm was scheduled to [...]