State law instructs the governor to do so, though Lee said he is not currently considering changing the law.
Kevin M. KruseIn my home state of Tennessee, Governor Bill Lee just signed a proclamation honoring Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Yes, state law required it, but Republicans control the state legislature and could repeal it today if they so desired.
Kevin M. KruseKevin McCarthy, who famously told Sean Hannity that the Benghazi hearings were designed to bring down Hillary Clinton's poll numbers, is complaining that Democrats are using their committees for political ends.
Trump has repeatedly claimed he’s "the least racist person." His history suggests otherwise.
Kevin M. KruseOne of the dumbest things I'm seeing lately is the claim that "no one ever called Donald Trump a racist until he ran for president."
No, lots of people called him racist or accused him of racism. Lots.
It's been well documented in many places. See here