Rep. Mike Johnson, Marc Lotter, Salena Zito on The Larry O’Connor Show 02.10.2020


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Kellyanne Conway asked whether more ‘heads will roll’ after Vindman, Sondland ousters (FOX News)

‘Friends’ asks Kellyanne Conway whether more ‘heads will roll’ at White House
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway was asked on “Fox & Friends” Monday about the ousters of two key figures who testified in the House Democrats’ impeachment proceedings.

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was escorted off White House grounds Friday, two days after President Trump was acquitted in the Senate on the impeachment charges brought by the House last year over his dealings with Ukraine. Also on Friday, U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, who testified during the House impeachment hearings, said the president recalled him from his position. [Read More]

Bills Would Carve Exemptions For Teen ‘Sexting’ In Maryland (Baltimore CBS)

Teens could be exempted from Maryland’s child pornography laws in certain cases if the General Assembly passes any one of four differing bills filed this session. [Read More]

How Appalachia’s children highlight the region’s best attributes (Washington Examiner)

Just off U.S. Highway 23, along the spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, T.J. Smith spends his days continuing the tradition of the iconic Foxfire Fund: an enterprise driven by young people whose respect for the land and culture, and understanding of the importance of preserving that culture’s stories, has persevered for more than 50 years.

If you grew up in Appalachia, you likely owned a set of the Foxfire books, or had the Foxfire magazine in your home, giving you an opportunity to see your very heritage in its pages. [Read More]

New Hampshire governor predicts President Trump will win the state in November (FOX News)

Republican Gov. Chris Sununu on Monday predicted that President Trump will win New Hampshire in the general election in November due to the “economic prosperity” since the president took office.

“When [voters] go into that ballot box, that’s why they are going to be pulling the lever and Donald Trump is going to win New Hampshire — because we kind of match our pro-business message with his economic success,” Sununu told “America’s Newsroom.” [Read More]

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