White House press secretary Jen Psaki promised to “choose my words more carefully” following a Friday complaint from Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), which claimed she apparently violated the Hatch Act.
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US donating 17 million additional COVID-19 vaccine doses to the African Union
The United States is donating 17 million Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines to the 55 member states of the African Union, the White House said Thursday.
Kamala Harris denounces European explorers for ushering in ‘wave of devastation’ for Native Americans
Vice President Kamala Harris denigrated the European explorers who discovered the Americas during a Tuesday speech at the National Congress of American Indians 78th Annual Convention.
DC prep school students face expulsion for ‘single expression, act, or gesture’ deemed offensive
Students at one of the most prestigious college preparatory schools in the United States reportedly risk expulsion for a single instances of speech someone deems offensive.
Rep. Dan Crenshaw debuts children’s book warning against cancel culture
Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, explained how his recent children’s book is a fable meant to warn about the dangers of cancel culture.
NJ Democrats issue profane ad skewering GOP gubernatorial candidate for once wanting to ban cursing
The New Jersey Democratic State Committee issued an ad replete with profanity Monday to attack Jack Ciattarelli for once supporting a law to ban public cursing.
DeSantis Columbus Day proclamation pushes back against those who ‘defame’ the explorer
Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., issued a Columbus Day proclamation Monday honoring the legacy of Christopher Columbus and claiming those who “defame” the Italian explorer are trying to portray the United States and Western culture negatively.
Mayorkas investigation into Border Patrol ‘whipping’ incident drags on
The investigation by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) into the September incident with Border Patrol agents on horseback has yet to conclude despite initial assurances from the Biden administration that it would be wrapped up in days.
Rotten Tomatoes audiences ignore ‘Fauci’ documentary
Audience reviews for National Geographic’s new documentary about Dr. Anthony Fauci has been ignored by audiences on Rotten Tomatoes, despite overwhelmingly positive reviews from professional critics.
Montana abortion restriction laws blocked by state judge
A Montana state judge blocked three laws Thursday that restrict abortion pending a review of their constitutionality.