Enzi Apologizes for ‘Poor Choice of Words’ on LGBTs
Said at high school last week that guy into tutu who goes into bars and gets in fights ‘kind of asks for it’

Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., apologized for his "poor choice of words" after a meeting at a high school. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi apologized Tuesday for comments he made last week that were seen as insensitive to the LGBT community.

Speaking at Greybull High School last week, Enzi was asked what he was doing to help Wyoming’s LGBT community.

Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent and Kid Rock Walk Into the White House...
Two out of the three might run for Senate in Michigan

Kid Rock, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, and Ted Nugent met with President Donald Trump at the White House Wednesday and found a convenient place to have a photo taken. (

President Donald Trump invited former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to dine at the White House and she brought Ted Nugent and Kid Rock along.

The one-time running mate to Sen. John McCain, whose military service Trump insulted in 2015, met with the president and took photos in the Oval Office.

Yvette Clarke: ‘We Can't Continue to Pay’ For Trump’s Family
Brooklyn congresswoman says it ‘won’t be long’ before Trump is impeached

Rep. Yvette Clarke, D-N.Y., said she will continue to see that President Donald Trump is “removed from office as soon as possible.” (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

New York Rep. Yvette Clarke told a town hall meeting in Brooklyn that taxpayers “cannot continue to pay” for President Donald Trump’s family’s business and travel arrangements.

Clarke criticized Trump’s sons Eric and Donald Jr. for their travels, for having New York City foot the bill to protect Trump’s family at Trump Tower, and for his frequent trips to Florida, the New York Observer reported.

BunnyPAC Hopes to Thump Duncan Hunter on Rabbitgate
Hunter’s people say it’s pure politics

Reps. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., faces a federal investigation into campaign spending. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

A political action committee is relying on a rabbit to help California Rep. Duncan Hunter hop out of Congress.

BunnyPAC was started by Shawn VanDiver, a Navy veteran who runs his own consulting firm in San Diego. It is rooted in allegations that Hunter used campaign money for personal expenses, including paying for airline fare for the family’s pet rabbit.

Opinion: House Members Should Take Civics Tests
… and avoid ‘let them eat cake’ moments

Oklahoma Rep. Markwayne Mullin recently told his constituents that the idea that he works for the voters of his district is “bullcrap.” (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Members of Congress should have to take a civics test. 

As you may have heard by now, Rep. Markwayne Mullin has a unique take on his relationship to his constituents. At a town hall meeting recently, the three-term Republican from Oklahoma, said the idea that he works for the voters of his district is “bullcrap.”

Former Rep. J.C. Watts Sues Feed the Children
Claims he was terminated after going to AG about irregularities

Former Rep. J.C. Watts, R-Okla., is suing Feed the Children, claiming he was fired as CEO as retaliation. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Town Hall Crowd Yells ‘You Lie’ at Joe Wilson
Famously yelled the remark at Obama in 2009

Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., received a series of boos and chants of "you lie" at a town hall. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

South Carolina Republican Rep. Joe Wilson heard a series of boos and chants of “you lie” from attendees at a town hall back home in his district.

The crowd drowned the congressman out with boos and a 30-second-long chant of “You lie,” the phrase Wilson famously yelled at President Barack Obama in his joint address to Congress in 2009, the Post and Courier of Charleston reported.

Spotted: Kellyanne Conway Not Taking Questions
WH adviser asked if Trump would seek Congress’ approval for action in Syria

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway was spotted at the outdoor patio at BLT Steak restaurant in Washington on Monday. (Thomas McKinless/CQ Roll Call)

Kellyanne Conway was mum on Monday on whether President Donald Trump would seek congressional approval for military action in Syria.

Spotted lunching outside at a restaurant near the White House, the presidential counselor simply responded to a reporter, “Nice to see you.”

CREW Files Complaint Over Amash-Scavino Twitter Spat
The latest wrinkle in the feud between Trump and the House Freedom Caucus

Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington filed an ethics complaint against both Dan Scavino, left, an adviser to President Donald Trump, and Rep. Justin Amash (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

A left-leaning ethics group filed ethics complaints against Michigan Rep. Justin Amash and President Donald Trump’s social media director.

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed complaints with the Office of Congressional Ethics and the Office of Special Counsel for a series of tweets between the two in the wake of House Republicans’ failed effort to pass a bill that would repeal the 2010 health care law.

Rogers’ Bill Would Tax Undocumenteds to Pay for Wall
Would impose a 2 percent fee on wire transfers to home countries

Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Ala., introduced legislation that would have undocumented immigrants pay for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico Border. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Alabama Republican Rep. Mike Rogers introduced legislation that would make undocumented immigrants pay for a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico.

The bill introduced Tuesday would impose a 2 percent fee on all wire transfers to the home country of undocumented immigrants, reported.