After former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum lost the 2018 Florida governor’s race in an absolute squeaker to Ron DeSantis, things went downhill for him from there. On Wednesday, Gillum was indicted on 19 counts of wire fraud related to campaign finance by the Justice Department. Along with cohort Sharon Janet Lettman-Hicks, he is accused of […]
President Joe Biden can dish it out, but he seems to have a hard time taking it. Last week, Biden sent a letter to American oil and gas companies, castigating them for what he claimed was “running historically high profit margins and not doing enough to lower fuel prices.” Chevron CEO Mike Wirth was having […]
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In an election where by all accounts it is the Republican’s to lose, Bloomberg mentioned a little-reported phenomenon that could affect the Republican primary for the state’s only at-large House seat. As Co-Chair of the House Select Committee on Jan. 6, the Never Trump Cheney has put herself in the precarious position of essentially having […]
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Like a bad rash that just won’t go away, Hillary Clinton felt the need to weigh in on the Jan. 6 Committee hearings investigating the Capitol riot. With an astonishing lack of self-awareness and failure to see irony, she accused former President Donald Trump of choosing “to wage a criminal conspiracy to overturn the results […]
On Sunday during a Juneteenth concert in a popular night life area of Washington D.C., multiple people were shot, killing a 15-year old boy and wounding several others, including a Washington D.C. Metro Police officer. At the #Moechella black music festival yesterday in DC to celebrate #Juneteenth, a mass shooting broke out that resulted in […]
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The old saying that “politics makes strange bedfellows,” may never be more on display than with the upcoming midterms and eventual presidential cycle. HBO Host Bill Maher has been reliably progressive in his views for years, but recently the far-left tilt in the Democrat party has been too much even for Maher to bare. On […]
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The COVID-19 pandemic was a horrific thing. Millions died, businesses were shut down, many of them closed for good, and because of those lockdowns of society, American children lost precious education time. But one good thing that came from the pandemic was the ability of parents to look over their kids’ shoulders to see what […]
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Texas Democrats are picking themselves up off the floor following Tuesday night’s earthquake victory by Republican Mayra Flores. Flores won a special election in Texas’ 34th Congressional District, which borders Mexico and has not seen a Republican representative for over 100 years. Now, Democrats, especially Hispanic Democrats, are sensing disaster in November, and are pleading […]
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The oil and gas industry is mad as hell and they’re not gonna take it anymore. Several energy companies slapped back at President Joe Biden on Wednesday, after Biden on Tuesday wrote a letter to the nation’s energy companies accusing them of gouging Americans at the pump for higher profits. (Say, wasn’t this supposed to […]
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Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel called for there to be “a drag queen for every school” on Wednesday while attending the 2022 Michigan Civil Rights Summit. A press release regarding the Summit stated in part that the main goal of the gathering was, “to analyze equity in education, housing, health care, voting rights, and economics.” […]