Pelosi signals new panel to investigate Jan. 6 Capitol riot

WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is signaling that she is poised to create a new committee to investigate the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol, pushing closer to a partisan investigation of the attack after Senate Republicans blocked the creation of an independent probe. A person familiar with the matter said after a meeting … Continue reading Pelosi signals new panel to investigate Jan. 6 Capitol riot

Biden accuses Republicans of backing a ‘Jim Crow era in the 21st Century’

President Biden accused Republicans of defending voter suppression efforts that amounted to “a Jim Crow era in the 21st Century” in a scathing statement Tuesday after GOP senators blocked debate on a sweeping Democrat-backed election overhaul. Senate lawmakers voted 50-50 on whether to open debate on the bill known as the “For the People Act,” … Continue reading Biden accuses Republicans of backing a ‘Jim Crow era in the 21st Century’

US to give asylum seekers who skipped court date another shot

The U.S. will allow asylum seekers whose claims were denied or dismissed due to a missed court date under the Trump administration “Remain in Mexico” policy to seek refuge again.  Under the Remain in Mexico policy, or Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), asylum seekers were required to wait in Mexico for their court dates before entering … Continue reading US to give asylum seekers who skipped court date another shot

Japan’s June factory activity expands at slowest pace in 4 months

FILE PHOTO: Smoke rises from a factory during the sunset at Keihin industrial zone in Kawasaki, Japan, January 16, 2017. REUTERS/Toru Hanai June 23, 2021 TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s factory activity expanded at the slowest pace in four months in June, in a sign momentum in the world’s third-largest economy was levelling out before Tokyo … Continue reading Japan’s June factory activity expands at slowest pace in 4 months

BOJ policymakers saw prospects of quicker recovery in April – minutes

FILE PHOTO: A man wearing a protective mask walks past the headquarters of the Bank of Japan amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Tokyo, Japan, May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo June 23, 2021 By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) – Bank of Japan board members agreed that the massive stimulus measures deployed by advanced … Continue reading BOJ policymakers saw prospects of quicker recovery in April – minutes

Former CBP Chief: Nearly All Illegal Aliens Caught at Southern Border Are Unvaccinated for Coronavirus

Former Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Chief Mark Morgan says the nearly one million illegal aliens apprehended at the United States-Mexico border since October 2020 have not been vaccinated for the Chinese coronavirus. Following reports this week that President Joe Biden may end the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) Title 42 order — a critical … Continue reading Former CBP Chief: Nearly All Illegal Aliens Caught at Southern Border Are Unvaccinated for Coronavirus

White House Shields Joe Biden, Sends Kamala Harris in Failed Democrat Attempt to Federalize Elections

The White House Tuesday shielded President Joe Biden from the failed attempt by Senate Democrats to federalize state election rules. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer pushed the S. 1 the “For the People Act” forward in the Senate on Tuesday, knowing full-well that Republicans would keep the bill from advancing without a 60 vote majority. … Continue reading White House Shields Joe Biden, Sends Kamala Harris in Failed Democrat Attempt to Federalize Elections

NJ School Board Reverses ‘Woke’ Decision, Puts Holidays Back on Calendar

After a nearly four-hour meeting on Monday, the Randolph School Board in New Jersey reversed course and added official holidays back to the district’s calendar after replacing them with a simple “day off” label. The decision to remove all the holidays — including Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day — came on the … Continue reading NJ School Board Reverses ‘Woke’ Decision, Puts Holidays Back on Calendar

Democrats, Establishment Media Crushed by Senate Republicans Blocking Elections Takeover Bill

Democrats and the establishment media were crushed Tuesday by Senate Republicans’ filibuster of a bill that would hand the federal government control of local elections by canceling voter ID and funding political campaigns with tax money. Reporter Jake Sherman of NBC News tweeted upon the defeat that “McConnell uses the ‘language and the logic’ of the … Continue reading Democrats, Establishment Media Crushed by Senate Republicans Blocking Elections Takeover Bill

Tracy Stone-Manning backed by White House despite links to tree-spiking

The White House expressed support on Tuesday for Tracy Stone-Manning, President Biden’s pick to lead the Bureau of Land Management, amid mounting calls among GOP lawmakers to disqualify her from consideration over her ties to a 1989 tree-spiking incident in Idaho. “Tracy Stone-Manning is a dedicated public servant who has years of experience and a … Continue reading Tracy Stone-Manning backed by White House despite links to tree-spiking

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse defended by fellow Dem amid scrutiny of membership in allegedly all-White club

Democratic Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., defended Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse on Tuesday after he faced scrutiny over his family’s membership in what a local news outlet called an “all-White” Rhode Island beach club. “Sheldon Whitehouse has been a fighter for racial and economic justice his whole life. Full stop,” Cicilline wrote on Twitter. The controversy emerged … Continue reading Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse defended by fellow Dem amid scrutiny of membership in allegedly all-White club

NY Fed’s Williams says discussion about adjusting rates still quite a ways off

FILE PHOTO: John Williams, chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, speaks at an event in New York, U.S., November 6, 2019. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri June 22, 2021 (Reuters) – Federal Reserve officials will keep a close eye on economic data to determine when it will be appropriate to start adjusting monetary … Continue reading NY Fed’s Williams says discussion about adjusting rates still quite a ways off

Boris Epshteyn: Constitution doesn’t prohibit Trump reinstatement

President Donald Trump in the Oval Office in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) OAN NewsroomUPDATED 4:10 PM PT – Tuesday, June 22, 2021 Attorney Boris Epshteyn said the U.S. Constitution does not prohibit President Trump from being reinstated as president in the coming months. In a recent interview,  Trump’s former strategic adviser said it would not … Continue reading Boris Epshteyn: Constitution doesn’t prohibit Trump reinstatement

Defense Secretary Austin recommends military remove sexual assault cases from chain of command

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced Tuesday, he will recommend to President Biden that sexual assault and related crimes no longer be dealt with in the military chain of command. Austin reached his decision following a report from the Independent Review Commission on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment (IRC) – which he established earlier this year. … Continue reading Defense Secretary Austin recommends military remove sexual assault cases from chain of command

Qatari investor in Deutsche Bank says European lenders should merge

FILE PHOTO: The headquarters of Germany’s Deutsche Bank are pictured in Frankfurt, Germany, September 21, 2020. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski June 22, 2021 DUBAI (Reuters) – Qatar’s former prime minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani, a key shareholder in Deutsche Bank, said on Tuesday European banks should seek mergers if they want to compete against U.S. or … Continue reading Qatari investor in Deutsche Bank says European lenders should merge

UK names U.S. economist Catherine Mann to Bank of England’s MPC

FILE PHOTO: A pigeon stands in front of the Bank of England in London, Britain, April 9, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay June 22, 2021 By David Milliken and William Schomberg LONDON (Reuters) -Britain’s finance ministry named Catherine Mann, until recently the global chief economist at Citibank, to be the newest member of the Bank of England’s … Continue reading UK names U.S. economist Catherine Mann to Bank of England’s MPC

Leonardo DiCaprio Has Faced 16 Years of Protest and Backlash from Belize Locals and Fishermen, Blocking Construction on His Luxury Eco-Friendly Resort

Leonardo DiCaprio may be a made man in Hollywood but in Belize, local residents and fishermen have protested and blocked construction of his planned luxury, eco-friendly resort for almost 16 years. DiCaprio bought one of the islands in the area in 2005 and immediately announced plans to construct an innovative, high-end, eco-friendly resort. But locals have … Continue reading Leonardo DiCaprio Has Faced 16 Years of Protest and Backlash from Belize Locals and Fishermen, Blocking Construction on His Luxury Eco-Friendly Resort

Report: Senate Democrat Budget Spends $150B on Amnesty for Illegal Aliens

A budget plan being authored by Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is set to force American taxpayers to spend $150 billion on providing amnesty to millions of illegal aliens The budget ensures that a likely the majority of the 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living in the United States would be given … Continue reading Report: Senate Democrat Budget Spends $150B on Amnesty for Illegal Aliens

Senate Blocks Democrats’ Election ‘Power Grab’ Bill

Senate Republicans blocked a signature Democrat election bill that would radically transform America’s electoral system and grant the federal government more control over the country’s elections. The Senate voted 50-50, failing to meet the 60-vote threshold needed to advance the debate on S. 1, the For the People Act. This prevents the Senate from voting … Continue reading Senate Blocks Democrats’ Election ‘Power Grab’ Bill

Cotton: Strip Most Favored Nation Status, Deny Use of U.S. Free-and-Open System to Make China Pay for Pandemic

Tuesday on FNC’s “Your World,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) suggested how the United States could punish the Communist Chinese government for its role in the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Cotton told host Neil Cavuto certain privileges could be taken away from China and Chinese officials that would come as a blow to the ruling … Continue reading Cotton: Strip Most Favored Nation Status, Deny Use of U.S. Free-and-Open System to Make China Pay for Pandemic

Britain says will ‘assertively’ reform financial rules

FILE PHOTO: A person jogs, with financial district in the background, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in London, Britain, January 5, 2021. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls June 22, 2021 By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will reform its financial markets “assertively” to attract trailblazing companies from across the world, though it won’t diverge from European … Continue reading Britain says will ‘assertively’ reform financial rules

Caixabank to reduce planned job cuts by 1,300 following strike

People walk past a Caixabank’s branch displaying a sign that reads “Office branch closed temporarily. This office will be closed throughout the day” during a one-day strike called by unions against the bank’s plans for layoffs in Madrid, Spain, June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Susana Vera June 22, 2021 By Jesús Aguado and Cristina Galan MADRID (Reuters) … Continue reading Caixabank to reduce planned job cuts by 1,300 following strike

Caller to Breitbart News Daily: How I Got an Airport Bookstore to Order ‘Breaking the News’

Daniel, a caller to Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily from North Carolina, explained how he got an airport bookstore to order copies of Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow’s Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption. Daniel said he worked at a bookstore years ago and noted how bookstores usually share a … Continue reading Caller to Breitbart News Daily: How I Got an Airport Bookstore to Order ‘Breaking the News’

Analysis: Amnesty for Illegal Aliens Makes Unemployment Crisis Worse

Giving amnesty to millions of illegal aliens, who would then enter the United States workforce to take jobs, would make the nation’s ongoing unemployment crisis worse, new analysis finds. Analysis by Center for Immigration Studies Director of Research Steven Camarota shows that if Congress were to approve and President Joe Biden were to sign H.R. … Continue reading Analysis: Amnesty for Illegal Aliens Makes Unemployment Crisis Worse

Republicans block ‘rotten’ election reform bill in Senate as VP Harris presides over debate

Senate Republicans Tuesday blocked sweeping legislation on election and campaign finance reforms that Democrats said is crucial is ensuring voting rights and saving democracy but Republican blasted as a partisan federal takeover of elections. The “For the People Act” needed 60 votes to clear a procedural vote in the Senate Tuesday, but Republicans filibustered and … Continue reading Republicans block ‘rotten’ election reform bill in Senate as VP Harris presides over debate

Brazil cenbank minutes raise possibility of 100 bps hike at next meeting

FILE PHOTO: The central bank headquarters building is seen in Brasilia, Brazil May 16, 2017. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino June 22, 2021 By Jamie McGeever BRASILIA (Reuters) -Brazil’s central bank discussed raising interest rates last week by more than 75 basis points, minutes from its last policy meeting showed on Tuesday, raising the chances of a more … Continue reading Brazil cenbank minutes raise possibility of 100 bps hike at next meeting

Kuwait assembly backs budget but political feud rumbles on

FILE PHOTO: Kuwait’s Marzouq al-Ghanim celebrates after he has been re-elected as Speaker of the Parliament during the first parliament session held after elections, in Kuwait City, Kuwait December 15, 2020. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee/File Photo June 22, 2021 By Ahmed Hagagy KUWAIT (Reuters) -Kuwait’s parliament approved the 2021-22 state budget on Tuesday but failed to quell … Continue reading Kuwait assembly backs budget but political feud rumbles on

WATCH: 89 Pastors Call for ‘Day of Prayer and Appreciation’ for Police

A group of clergy members in Ohio recently called on citizens to join them for a day of prayer and appreciation for their local police and sheriff’s department. Pastors from 89 separate congregations in Richland County held a press conference and issued a proclamation for law enforcement, which they each signed, CBN News reported Tuesday, … Continue reading WATCH: 89 Pastors Call for ‘Day of Prayer and Appreciation’ for Police