Snoop Dogg is now saying that he didn’t threaten Gayle King. Ilhan Omar suggested last week that the United States was responsible for problems around the world, including flooding that happens in foreign countries. If Colin Kaepernick is so “ready” to get back in the game, why is he not in the XFL, the newly formed league that officially kicked off over the weekend? Could it be “collusion,” as Kaepernick famously accused NFL owners of engaging in to keep his “brand” of activism off the field? After a six-year-old Pennsylvania girl with Down Syndrome pointed her index finger at her teacher and said, “I shoot you,” guess what the school district did. After voting with Democrats to call for additional witnesses in the impeachment trial, Republican Sen. Mitt Romney found himself disinvited from this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) by the event’s organizer. The president of the group has since said in a follow-up explanation about the decision that the senator was disinvited in part out of concern for his “physical safety” at the event. The BBC announced Monday that they’re making a “documentary series” about the life of teenaged climate activist Greta Thunberg, and British taxpayers, who fund the BBC, are definitely not happy that their tax dollars are going to pay for “climate propaganda.” Plus don't forget about the Edwards Notebook and the Veteran's Tip of the Day!