Sen. Ted Cruz is in hot water for flying to Cancun while Texas is in the middle of a snow storm.
Sen. Cruz said that he had “second thoughts almost immediately” as he boarded the flight.
- Cruz admits to having ‘second thoughts almost immediately’ after boarding flight to Cancun (Fox News)
Once Sen. Cruz returned from his trip, he and his family were met with protesters at his home.
- Cruz admits Cancun trip ‘obviously a mistake’ as he returns to find protesters outside his Texas home (Fox News)
Leaked texts reveal Sen. Ted Cruz’s wife, Heidi, invited neighbors on their getaway trip.
Former President Trump turned down his former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley after she requested a meeting.
Sen. John Thune, a top ally to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, said that those aiming to punish senators who voted to convict former President Trump at his impeachment trial are engaging in “cancel culture.”
- Thune decries ‘cancel culture’ against Republicans who voted to convict Trump amid uncertain Senate GOP future (Fox News)
The Springfield Symphony:
Don’t miss thrilling and moving performances of two of Mozart’s most celebrated works!
The symphony will start with the charming and beautiful Sinfonia concertante performed by Springfield Symphony’s own Pamela Davis on violin and Kirsten Weingartner Weiss on viola. Finally, Mozart’s powerfully haunting Requiem will be accompanied by the Missouri State University Chorale and soloists for this dramatic and glorious masterwork.
No Glory No Hate Act:
Thirteen House Democrats have co-sponsored a bill that would bar the federal government from naming any buildings or monuments for former President Trump, and would block his burial at Arlington National Cemetery.
- Dems’ bill would ban Trump’s name from U.S. buildings and monuments, prevent Arlington burial (The Washington Times)