Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clark, facing multiple federal lawsuits over deaths in his prisons, has unexpectedly resigned. He hasn't said what he's doing next, says the Washington Post, but has long been tipped for greatness in the administration of President Donald Trump.
“As far as his rationale,” Christenson told The Post, “I don’t believe I can comment on that. … I was not given any advance notice of this, as you can imagine my phone has been ringing off the hook.”
Earlier this year, Clarke withdrew his name from consideration for an assistant secretary position at the Department of Homeland Security.
With four suspicious deaths under his watch and a taste for shiny regalia, Clark is popular among authoritarian conservatives. But he's an amateur compared to former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, in whose self-described 'concentration camps' some half of all deaths went unexplained.
Ed Whelan, the president of a conservative think tank and a former law clerk to Justice Antonin Scalia, has been promising a silver-bullet exoneration of Brett Kavanaugh, the alleged drunken teen sex pest, all week long.
Young Brett Kavanaugh belonged to a wild fraternity at Yale that was reviled for misogyny and drunken woman-degrading antics. Allegations of sexual assault follow more than half a dozen DKE members, including its president. And now, Brett Kavanaugh. This archival photograph from the year Kavanaugh was a sophomore at the University, and already inducted into […]
The next Trump book you need to read, which I will as soon as it drops, is The Apprentice, by Washington Post Pulitzer winning natsec reporter Greg Miller.
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