Trump endorses Sarah Huckabee Sanders for Arkansas governor

Former President Donald Trump endorsed Sarah Huckabee Sanders in her run for Arkansas governor on Monday night, saying she will “always fight” for the people of the state and “do what is right.” Sanders served as Trump’s White House press secretary until June 2019. She joined the Fox News Channel as a paid, on-air contributor in September 2019. A Fox News Media … Continue reading Trump endorses Sarah Huckabee Sanders for Arkansas governor

Biden says Dems won’t have the votes to convict Trump at impeachment

President Joe Biden on Monday dealt Senate Democrats a blow when he said in an interview that it seems they will be unable to convict former President Trump — once again — during an impeachment trial. House Democrats presented an article of impeachment to the Senate Monday night. Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., one of nine House Democrats named … Continue reading Biden says Dems won’t have the votes to convict Trump at impeachment

Ingraham: Democrats ‘using and abusing the troops’ for ‘political theater’ after condemning Trump proposals

In her “Ingraham Angle” monologue on Monday, host Laura Ingraham said Democrats are misuing American servicemembers for “political theater” just months after they roundly condemned Donald Trump for considering deploying National Guardsmen to quell left-wing riots in major cities across the country. Ingraham played a montage of top Democrats, including former San Antonio Mayor Julian … Continue reading Ingraham: Democrats ‘using and abusing the troops’ for ‘political theater’ after condemning Trump proposals

Schumer: We Can ‘Expand’ District, Circuit Courts to Balance out GOP Judges

During an interview aired on Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Rachel Maddow Show,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said that one way Democrats can make up for the large amount of judges that were confirmed by the Senate Republican majority would be for Democrats to add seats at the district and circuit court levels. Host … Continue reading Schumer: We Can ‘Expand’ District, Circuit Courts to Balance out GOP Judges

Biden declines to tell Chicago teachers refusing to teach in-person to go back to work

President Biden declined to tell Chicago teachers on Monday to return to school following a union vote over the weekend to defy a district order for educators to return to campuses in order to prepare to resume in-person classroom instruction.  The Chicago Teacher’s Union voted not to return to schools over concerns about the spread … Continue reading Biden declines to tell Chicago teachers refusing to teach in-person to go back to work

Trump Establishes ‘Office of the Former President’ in Florida

Former President Donald Trump has formally established an official post-presidency “Office of the Former President” in Palm Beach County, Florida. “The Office of the Former President” will be responsible for managing Trump’s “correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities,” according to a statement released on Monday. The office will also seek to “advance the interests of … Continue reading Trump Establishes ‘Office of the Former President’ in Florida

Tucker: Democrats’ sweeping ‘For The People Act’ would ‘enshrine fraud,’ as lawmakers seek to stifle dissent

Democrats will control the federal government for decades or more if a sweeping new proposal touted as comprehensive government reform becomes law, Tucker Carlson said on Monday. Carlson warned of the many dangers of “H.R. 1.,” the “For The People Act,” a nearly 800-page bill sponsored by Maryland Democrat John Sarbanes of Baltimore. “The ‘For The People … Continue reading Tucker: Democrats’ sweeping ‘For The People Act’ would ‘enshrine fraud,’ as lawmakers seek to stifle dissent

Rule by Decree: Joe Biden Sets Record for Executive Orders in First Week

President Joe Biden has issued more executive orders in his first week in office — not yet complete, as of this writing — than any of his 45 predecessors. As of January 25, 2021, Biden has “issued 33 executive orders, actions, proclamations, memoranda and agency directives,” according to CNN. Twenty-one of these, according to the … Continue reading Rule by Decree: Joe Biden Sets Record for Executive Orders in First Week

Raskin: Impeachment Is to ‘Protect the Republic’ from Trump, Prevent Him from Holding Federal Office in the Future

Lead impeachment manager Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) said Monday on MSNBC’s “All In” that the point of impeachment was to “protect the Republic” from former President Donald Trump and prevent him from holding federal office in the future. Raskin said, “We intend to show the worst presidential crime against the Republic in American history. The violence … Continue reading Raskin: Impeachment Is to ‘Protect the Republic’ from Trump, Prevent Him from Holding Federal Office in the Future

Putin claims protests ‘illegal,’ but Russian Constitution allows rallies

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin gestured during a meeting with France’s President Emmanuel Macron (out of frame) in the sidelines of the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Buenos Aires, on November 30, 2018. (Photo by Ludovic MARIN/AFP via Getty Images) OAN NewsroomUPDATED 6:00 PM PT – Monday, January 25, 2021 Vladimir Putin claimed the latest uptick in … Continue reading Putin claims protests ‘illegal,’ but Russian Constitution allows rallies

House Submits Trump Impeachment Article to Senate; Trial to Begin in 2 Weeks

The House impeachment managers delivered one article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday evening, formally marking the start of the second impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump, though the trial itself will not begin until the week of February 8. The impeachment managers hand-delivered the article by walking it through Statuary Hall and … Continue reading House Submits Trump Impeachment Article to Senate; Trial to Begin in 2 Weeks

Trump creates ‘Office of the Former President’ in Florida

Former President Donald Trump on Monday established an official post-presidency office in Palm Beach County, Florida to oversee his affairs, Fox News has learned. A statement from Trump’s office said the “Office of the Former President” will be responsible for his “correspondence, public statements, appearances, and official activities. The Office will also “advance the interests … Continue reading Trump creates ‘Office of the Former President’ in Florida

Breaking ‘Unity’ Pledge, Joe Biden Backs Trump Impeachment Trial

President Joe Biden threw aside his inaugural pledge to seek “unity,” declaring Monday evening that the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump “has to happen.” Biden had previously been ambivalent about a trial, hinting that he opposed it, but saying he would let Congress decide. On Monday, as House impeachment managers delivered the … Continue reading Breaking ‘Unity’ Pledge, Joe Biden Backs Trump Impeachment Trial

Dr. Anthony Fauci Highest Paid Employee in Entire Federal Government

Dr. Anthony Fauci is the highest paid federal employee, outranking even the president of the United States, according to new data released Monday. Findings by OpenTheBooks.com revealed the magazine coverboy made $417,608 in 2019, the latest year stats were available, Forbes reported. Two other Department of Health and Human Services employees made more than the president: … Continue reading Dr. Anthony Fauci Highest Paid Employee in Entire Federal Government

Sen. Cotton: Democrats want Russia treaty extension after ‘four years of beating their chests like Jack Ryan’

House Armed Services Committee member Tom Cotton, R-Ark., ripped President Biden’s proposal to unconditionally extend the last remaining nuclear arms treaty between Moscow and Washington. Cotton told “Special Report” on Monday that it was the height of irony for the leader of a party that repeatedly blasted President Trump for his supposed weakness and affection … Continue reading Sen. Cotton: Democrats want Russia treaty extension after ‘four years of beating their chests like Jack Ryan’

Dem congresswoman wrongly claims to be only single mother of young kids in Congress

Rep. Katie Porter, D-Calif., got called out on Monday after her office incorrrectly claimed she was the only single mother serving in Congress. The communications director for Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., who is also a single mom, flagged the claim in what appeared to be a fundraising email. “I am the only single working mother of … Continue reading Dem congresswoman wrongly claims to be only single mother of young kids in Congress

CNN: Biden Says Impeachment Trial ‘Has to’ Take Place, Doesn’t Believe Trump Will Be Convicted

On Monday, CNN White House Correspondent Kaitlan Collins reported that during an off-camera interview with CNN earlier in the day, President Joe Biden said that an impeachment trial in the Senate of former President Donald Trump “has to happen” even though Biden doubts that enough Republicans will vote to convict Trump. According to Collins, Biden … Continue reading CNN: Biden Says Impeachment Trial ‘Has to’ Take Place, Doesn’t Believe Trump Will Be Convicted

Angel Husband Sues Sanctuary City for Protecting His Wife’s Accused Illegal Alien Killer

The husband of a 55-year-old woman who was allegedly murdered by an illegal alien in 2019 is now suing the sanctuary city of Albuquerque, New Mexico for shielding the suspect from being arrested and deported. In November 2019, Jacqueline Vigil was leaving her Alberquerque, New Mexico, home when she was murdered in her driveway in her car … Continue reading Angel Husband Sues Sanctuary City for Protecting His Wife’s Accused Illegal Alien Killer

Rep. Boebert fires back at Twitter troll who mocked her education level

Freshman Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., fired back at a critic on Twitter who derided her educational attainment after she questioned the need for a federal Education Department. In response to a post where a user characterized her as having “no formal education beyond a GED certificate she received one month before running for Congress,” Boebert, 34, … Continue reading Rep. Boebert fires back at Twitter troll who mocked her education level

House Democrats present Trump impeachment charge to the Senate, allowing trial to begin

House Democrats presented an article of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday night, kicking off proceedings for an unprecedented second trial of a president that could have major consequences for the former president’s future political prospects to proceed. Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland, one of nine House Democrats named as prosecutors in the … Continue reading House Democrats present Trump impeachment charge to the Senate, allowing trial to begin

Biden Dodges Question: Should Teachers Return to In-Person Instruction?

President Joe Biden vowed to reopen most schools during his first 100 days in office, but on Monday he sidestepped a question from a reporter about whether teachers should return to in-person instruction in schools. A reporter asked Biden about the Chicago Teachers Union’s (CTU) vote Sunday in favor of defying the school district’s order … Continue reading Biden Dodges Question: Should Teachers Return to In-Person Instruction?

Democratic senator presiding over Trump impeachment trial pledges impartiality despite call to convict

Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., pledged Monday to remain impartial in his role presiding over former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial next month despite his past call for the Senate to convict Trump over his role in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Under normal conditions, the Constitution dictates that Chief Justice John Roberts … Continue reading Democratic senator presiding over Trump impeachment trial pledges impartiality despite call to convict

House Dems revive ‘For The People Act’ aimed at ‘voter suppression,’ ‘dark money,’ and gerrymandering

House Democrats are engaged in a new push to pass comprehensive legislation this month they say is aimed at strengthening voting rights, fighting voter suppression and gerrymandering, and restricting the use of “dark money” in federal politics. Republicans, however, have said during previous attempts to bring the legislation to a vote that it would give the federal … Continue reading House Dems revive ‘For The People Act’ aimed at ‘voter suppression,’ ‘dark money,’ and gerrymandering

Giuliani: Dominion suit is act of intimidation by ‘hate-filled’ left

WASHINGTON, DC – MAY 30: Rudy Giuliani spoke to members of the media during a White House Sports and Fitness Day at the South Lawn of the White House May 30, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) OAN NewsroomUPDATED 3:43 PM PT – Monday, January 25, 2021 Rudy Giuliani criticized the $1.3 … Continue reading Giuliani: Dominion suit is act of intimidation by ‘hate-filled’ left

Disgraced ex-Portland mayor who lied about relationship with teen boy is returning to city hall

Sam Adams, the former mayor of Portland, Ore., who was ensnared in a sex scandal while in office, may return to serve in Mayor Ted Wheeler’s administration, according to media reports.  It was unclear what role Adams would take on.  The potential hiring was first reported earlier this month by the Oregonian. Messages to Adams and Wheeler’s … Continue reading Disgraced ex-Portland mayor who lied about relationship with teen boy is returning to city hall

Rep. Crenshaw on Biden lifting transgender military ban: ‘People should serve openly’

Any American willing and able to serve in the military should be permitted to do so, Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, said Monday after President Biden lifted a Trump-era restriction on transgender people serving their country. Crenshaw, a retired Navy SEAL officer, said on “America Reports” that however the “devil is in the details” on Biden’s order. … Continue reading Rep. Crenshaw on Biden lifting transgender military ban: ‘People should serve openly’

28 Vulnerable House Democrats Silent on Biden’s Amnesty for Illegal Aliens

More than two dozen House Democrats, many representing swing counties and districts won by former President Trump, have remained silent about their support or opposition to President Joe Biden’s amnesty plan that would eventually provide American citizenship to millions of illegal aliens. The Biden amnesty, known as the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021, seeks to … Continue reading 28 Vulnerable House Democrats Silent on Biden’s Amnesty for Illegal Aliens

Sen. Hawley files counter-complaint against Senate Dems

WASHINGTON, DC – OCTOBER 13: U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) listened while Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the second day of her Supreme Court confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill on October 13, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Anna Moneymaker-Pool/Getty Images) OAN NewsroomUPDATED 2:53 PM PT – Monday, … Continue reading Sen. Hawley files counter-complaint against Senate Dems