Peter King

Should the bill pass, Republicans in Congress will need to answer to millions of Americans who see their ambitions of owning a home go up in flames.
The good news is that Republicans have stopped trying to use horrible health care legislation to hide their corporate tax
There are winners and losers, and some Republicans just want to make sure their constituents don't lose too much.
New cars would alert drivers to check their back seats for passengers after they turn off their engines
Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee focused on the problem of reporters unearthing information.
As noted here a week ago, the NFL reports that the number of concussions this season is down. Whether that drop is statistically
“People in the intelligence community are using this against the president-elect of the United States, and that is disgraceful.”
Rep. Peter King told CNN's Chris Cuomo this morning that he would "support" bringing back waterboarding because he doesn't "consider it to be torture at all." Another day and another torture supporter is brought on our airwaves.
Congressman Peter King dropped a bomb when he referred to Japanese as "Japs" on MSNBC's Morning Joe. King brushed off the ensuing uproar over the use of the racial slur by stating that "we're getting too politically correct" and "oversensitive."
Yesterday, Representative Peter King used the ethnic slur "Japs" when discussing Donald Trump's views on national security. His use of this derogatory term is yet another example of how corrosive and divisive our political dialogue has become, and it is clearly unacceptable. His defense of it has been even worse.
King used a derogatory term for Japanese-Americans on "Morning Joe" and refused to apologize.