In other news, Kellogg has joined the growing list of companies pulling ads from notorious shitposting website Breitbart.
Meanwhile, a new study found homicides have increased by 32 percent in Florida as a result of "stand your ground" law.
Finally, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter says a continuing resolution that funds the government through May of next year would be "unprecedented and unacceptable."
He's right that it would be unprecedented. As I pointed out last week, funding the government until next summer with a continuing resolution would mean fiscal 2017 never existed. The government is currently funded by a continuance of fiscal 2016 which itself was a copy of fiscal 2015.
Here's a trivia question: when's the last time congressional Republicans actually completed the entire appropriations process?