Republicans in the Minnesota Legislature are proposing a $13 billion ‘Give It Back’ tax cut initiative, though the plan is unlikely to pass in its current form.
Month: February 2023
Democrat Tears Into ‘President Snowflake’ Trump, Mocks House GOP Investigation into Alleged Government Censorship
Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-FL) tore into Trump and roasted the House GOP’s efforts to uncover evidence that the Biden administration has weaponized government
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FBI director says COVID pandemic ‘most likely’ originated from Chinese lab
Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Christopher Wray said on Fox News that the COVID-19 pandemic was likely caused by a Chinese lab leak.
Top lawmakers briefed on Biden, Trump, Pence classified documents
Top lawmakers in Congress were briefed Tuesday on the investigations into classified documents found in the private possession of President Joe Biden, former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence.
Biden Repeats Bizarre Story About Nurse Who Rubbed His Face: “She’d Whisper in My Ear… and She’d Lean Down and Breathe on Me” (VIDEO)
New York City Mayor Dismisses Separation Of Church And State
Despite his vow to uphold the U.S. Constitution, Eric Adams said he “can’t separate” his Christian beliefs from his public duties.
Majority of faculty at four-year colleges fear losing their jobs over something they say
McCarthy defends Carlson’s access to Jan. 6 footage, calls media ‘jealous’
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) defended his decision to give conservative TV host Tucker Carlson access to security footage from the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.
House Democrat nods to Kellyanne Conway in push to make Hatch Act violations a crime
A House Democrat is seeking to add criminal provisions to a federal law that bars federal employees from electioneering, naming his amendment after former Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway. Rep. Dan Goldman (D-N.Y.), who played a central role in impeachment of then-President Trump, is seeking to update the Hatch Act through an amendment to a GOP-led…
Student loan forgiveness: Key statements from each justice
The high-stakes battle over President Biden’s student debt relief plan reached the Supreme Court on Tuesday, with each justice giving a glimpse into their thinking during back-to-back oral arguments. Biden’s plan appears in peril after the court’s conservative majority cast doubt on the administration’s authority to forgive up to $20,000 in student debt for qualifying…