Happen to miss The Larry O’Connor Show today? Recap today’s program by checking out topics from the program below:
Devin Nunes: U.S. Attorney from Connecticut Should Charge Comey for Conspiracy (Sara Carter)
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) said in an exclusive interview on Breitbart News Sunday on SiriusXM 125 the ‘Patriot Channel’ that despite the DOJ’s decision not to bring charges against Comey now, if the U.S. Attorney in Connecticut—who has been charged with investigating the origins of the Russia hoax investigation—follows a criminal referral made by House Intelligence Committee Republicans on the lines of a criminal conspiracy, Comey could face charges in that lane. [Read More]
A series of top Democratic presidential candidates have released sweeping plans to combat climate change over the last two weeks, putting the issue front and center ahead of CNN’s climate crisis town halls on Wednesday night.
Although the overarching themes of each plan are similar — all candidates lay out how they believe combating climate change is one of the most pressing issues facing the country — there are marked differences within each proposal, as the candidates compete to distinguish themselves as the most focused and most willing to spend trillions to stop and reverse global warming. [Read More]
When it comes to Frederick County politics, not many subjects have been more contentious recently than the 287(g) agreement, and the topic was again a focal point of two meetings in Winchester Hall this week.
At Tuesday’s County Council meeting, roughly a few dozen people filled seats in the first-floor hearing room at Winchester Hall, most of them wearing red shirts. Their objective: to show support for Sheriff Chuck Jenkins and the 287(g) program. [Read More]
Something fun for the holiday from Chappelle’s new Netflix special, “Sticks and Stones.” Not as fun but still sort of fun is googling around to see how critics on the left are processing his set, which mocks “cancel culture.” Some want to signal their contempt but not so aggressively that they’re accused of sour grapes after Chappelle’s jokes hit too close to home. So, to them, this is a more-in-sorrow-than-in-anger thing — the special is a mid-life crisis or temper tantrum. Dave let us down. [Read More]