Some Democratic lawmakers expressed regret that their party organized the forced removal of two Republican lawmakers from their committees two years ago. The spirit of contrition was voiced on Wednesday, one day before the House voted to remove Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) from the powerful House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Mason Stonehouse is a six-year-old from Michigan and was using his father’s phone when he bought $1,000 in to-go food items, which involved $183 of jumbo shrimp and “endless” chili fries, as well as ice cream, according to the New York Post. The bank shut down the purchases when he tried to order “$439 worth of pizzas.”
The Republican attorneys general of 20 states issued a letter to CVS and Walgreens on Wednesday, explaining the illegality of sending abortion pills through the mail.
For nearly a year now, this author has documented the climate change chicanery that White House Special Climate Envoy John Kerry engages in as part of his mysterious taxpayer-funded position.

 The office of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis charged Thursday that state universities drastically under-reported diversity, equity, and inclusion spending after the Republican leader told administrators to provide state lawmakers with the data.

The top police union leader of New York City accused NYPD officials of refusing to acknowledge the department’s recruitment and retention crisis after losing more staff members last year than in the previous two decades.
Rep. Wesley Hunt (R-TX) made it clear that he had no patience left for anyone who attempted to make every issue into a divide along racial lines.