This week: Questionable life choices, poorly thought out ideas, and hilariously bad sex education. Also, goats.
All citizens should enjoy safe streets and safe commutes. That safety shouldn't be contingent upon on how one gets to work. Public safety is public.
Bears are waking up, the "F--- it, I quit" lady is running for mayor, and we've got a monkey petting some puppies in this week's news roundup.
Don Young backs pro-marijuana legislation, India is being overrun by monkeys, and Russia wants to put Nome on the international road system.
This week: vengeful legislators, hypocritical Catholics, and hackers who stole your medical records. Also, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. And muppets.
Rep. Lora Reinbold knew that voting against the House budget would anger the Majority Caucus. But their punitive reaction is infinitely more objectionable.
Senators mansplained American government, drunk Secret Service agents drove into a bomb investigation, and Texas warns of the dangers of glitter bombs.
Don Young's back in the headlines, but the stories largely leave out how he got there, how dumb his comments were, and how flat they fall.