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

Biden hopes for 1.5 million COVID vaccinations per day, after ‘nothing we can do’ comments

President Biden says he’s “quite confident” that in roughly three weeks the nation will “be vaccinating people at the range of a 1 million a day or in excess of that.” The president, taking questions from reporters on Monday after an executive order signing, raised the bar on his pledge from the presidential campaign trail … Continue reading Biden hopes for 1.5 million COVID vaccinations per day, after ‘nothing we can do’ comments

Republicans press constitutional amendment term-limiting members of Congress

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, joined five other Republicans on Monday in moving to restrict the number of times members of Congress can be reelected. The legislation revives Cruz’s earlier idea for a constitutional amendment on term limits. If ratified, the measure would prevent senators from serving more than two six-year terms and House members from … Continue reading Republicans press constitutional amendment term-limiting members of Congress

Kyrsten Sinema Declares Opposition to Eliminating Senate Filibuster

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) dealt a major setback to progressives on Monday in their efforts to abolish the filibuster in the United States Senate. Sinema, a moderate who holds the Senate seat once occupied by the late John McCain, told Washington Post, through her office, that she was opposed to eliminating the legislative procedure. “Kyrsten … Continue reading Kyrsten Sinema Declares Opposition to Eliminating Senate Filibuster

National Guard Bureau Chief: Capitol Police Asked for 5,000 National Guard Troops Through March

The military chief of the National Guard said Monday that 5,000 National Guard troops will remain in Washington, D.C., at the request of the U.S. Capitol Police. “The number 5,000 is directly related to the request for assistance from the U.S. Capitol Police,” said Army Gen. Daniel Hokanson at a Pentagon briefing Monday. Federal and … Continue reading National Guard Bureau Chief: Capitol Police Asked for 5,000 National Guard Troops Through March

RNC: Biden officials keep lying about the Trump admin. not having a vaccine plan

WASHINGTON, DC – NOVEMBER 09: RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel spoke during a press conference on November 9, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images) OAN NewsroomUPDATED 2:23 PM PT – Monday, January 25, 2021 RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel slammed Biden officials for criticizing the Trump administration’s vaccine distribution efforts. Taking to Twitter on … Continue reading RNC: Biden officials keep lying about the Trump admin. not having a vaccine plan

Bokhari: Biden Will Merge Big Tech Power with State Power

Bokhari and Levin discussed how the book anticipated Big Tech’s interference in the election and censoring of the President, and what the combination of Silicon Valley’s power with the Democrat party means for the future of the country. DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal the Election can be purchased at … Continue reading Bokhari: Biden Will Merge Big Tech Power with State Power

Matt Gaetz: Liz Cheney’s Attacks Against Me, Thomas Massie Demonstrate Her ‘Vindictive Style’

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) told Breitbart News during a conference call Monday that House Republican Conference chair Liz Cheney’s (R-WY) attacks against Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) and himself represent her “vindictive style.” Gaetz spoke to Breitbart News as he announced that he will travel to Wyoming to “inspire” the state to oust her as their … Continue reading Matt Gaetz: Liz Cheney’s Attacks Against Me, Thomas Massie Demonstrate Her ‘Vindictive Style’

Joe Biden Hints Coronavirus Restrictions Through ‘Early Fall’ — ‘Never Said I’d Do It in Two Months’

President Joe Biden said Monday that Americans could expect to continue dealing with the coronavirus pandemic into the early fall. The president responded to a question from Fox News reporter Peter Doocy, who asked whether Biden was fulfilling his campaign promise to “shut down” the virus. “I’m going to shut down the virus, but I … Continue reading Joe Biden Hints Coronavirus Restrictions Through ‘Early Fall’ — ‘Never Said I’d Do It in Two Months’

Hillary Clinton & Chelsea Developing TV Series About All-Women Kurdish Militia that Fought ISIS

Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has announced that she is creating a dramatic TV series about the all-women Kurdish militia that successfully took on the Islamic State in the northern Syrian town of Kobani in 2014. The series, based on the upcoming book The Daughters of Kobani by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, is the latest project from … Continue reading Hillary Clinton & Chelsea Developing TV Series About All-Women Kurdish Militia that Fought ISIS

The GameStop Squeeze

An attendee uses a Nintendo Switch game console at the Paris Games Week trade fair in Paris, France, October 29, 2019. (Benoit Tessier/Reuters) Okay, I can’t stop laughing. GameStop is a brick-and-mortar retailer that sells video games, video-game consoles, and junk. These are low-margin items, and the category is dying. Until recently, GameStop’s stock price … Continue reading The GameStop Squeeze

The Press and Twitter: A Collective-Action Problem

Megan McArdle thinks that media institutions should put restrictions on how their employees can use Twitter. Those institutions “become hostage to the stupidest or most extreme thing any employees have said in their most thoughtless moments. They also suffer when angry employees turn internal fights over policy into ugly public spectacles.” She concludes that “the … Continue reading The Press and Twitter: A Collective-Action Problem

Psaki claims it’s not ‘fair’ to say Biden called Trump’s COVID travel ban ‘xenophobic’

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday it was unfair to claim that President Biden described his predecessor’s coronavirus-related travel ban as “xenophobic,” despite statements that indicated that was in fact his view of that policy. “I don’t think that’s quite a fair articulation,” she told Fox News’ Peter Doocy who reiterated Biden’s use of the … Continue reading Psaki claims it’s not ‘fair’ to say Biden called Trump’s COVID travel ban ‘xenophobic’

Democrats showing ‘shockingly bad judgment’ with Trump impeachment focus: Cornyn

Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, admonished Democrats against pursuing another impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump, saying Monday it shows “shockingly bad judgment.” In an interview on “America Reports,” Cornyn admonished President Biden to not squander the “precious first few days of a new administration” by expending his party’s energies on the Senate trial. Trump … Continue reading Democrats showing ‘shockingly bad judgment’ with Trump impeachment focus: Cornyn

Schumer: We’ll Move on COVID Relief without GOP if Need Be, ‘Must Get It Done Quickly’

During an interview aired on Monday’s “Good Day New York,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) discussed passing the next round of coronavirus relief and pledged that if Senate Republicans will not join Senate Democrats on a “big bold relief” package, then “we’ll have to move forward on our own,” and that “we must get … Continue reading Schumer: We’ll Move on COVID Relief without GOP if Need Be, ‘Must Get It Done Quickly’

Gabby Giffords: 2021 Goal Is to Push Gun Control via ‘Powerful Platforms’ in Hollywood

Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords told Variety magazine one of her goals for 2021 is to see Hollywood writers and producers use their media platforms to push gun control. Variety reported: “One of Giffords’ priorities for 2021 is to forge relationships with writers, producers, celebrities and decision-makers in Hollywood who can leverage their powerful platforms to … Continue reading Gabby Giffords: 2021 Goal Is to Push Gun Control via ‘Powerful Platforms’ in Hollywood

General Manager of Keystone XL Pipeline: ‘Hundreds’ of Workers Already Laid Off

The Republican National Committee posted on Twitter on Monday a video of the Keystone XL Pipeline general manager announcing that “hundreds” of workers have already been laid off following President Joe Biden shutting down the project in his first week in office. The unnamed manager said many of the laid off workers live in Wisconsin. … Continue reading General Manager of Keystone XL Pipeline: ‘Hundreds’ of Workers Already Laid Off

China’s Xi Jinping Scolds U.S. to Avoid ‘Cold War’ and ‘Arrogant Isolation’ at Davos

Chinese dictator Xi Jinping addressed the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on Monday, speaking at length about the impact of the Wuhan coronavirus on the world’s economy and his vision of China’s place in the post-pandemic world. Xi’s principal theme was a warning for the Western world to avoid a “new Cold War” with … Continue reading China’s Xi Jinping Scolds U.S. to Avoid ‘Cold War’ and ‘Arrogant Isolation’ at Davos

Biggs introduces bill to bar government from gathering info identifying COVID-19 vaccine recipients

EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., on Monday introduced a bill that would bar the federal government from collecting information to identify who has received a COVID-19 vaccine amid privacy concerns related to the vaccine. The bill, introduced in the House of Representatives, would bar the federal government from using money to “maintain a database of, or … Continue reading Biggs introduces bill to bar government from gathering info identifying COVID-19 vaccine recipients

Joe Biden Issues Travel Ban on South Africa; Reinstates Europe, Brazil Bans

President Joe Biden has issued a travel ban on South Africa, stopping most immigration to the United States from the country, and reinstated bans on Europe and Brazil to slow the spread of the Chinese coronavirus. Biden, who once referred to President Trump’s travel ban on China as “hysterical xenophobic,” has issued a travel ban … Continue reading Joe Biden Issues Travel Ban on South Africa; Reinstates Europe, Brazil Bans