Poll: Majority of Americans reject socialism, oppose Ocasio-Cortez

Although some progressive Democrats have advocated for increased implementation of socialist ideals in the United States, the American people remain largely unconvinced. According to a new poll, citizens by and large still view socialism negatively — and they are not too keen on U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), either.  3 in 4 likely voters reject… Continue reading Poll: Majority of Americans reject socialism, oppose Ocasio-Cortez

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Andrew Yang ‘seriously considering’ bid to become New York City mayor: Reports

Though his 2020 presidential bid fell flat, Andrew Yang is reportedly preparing for a return to the political realm. According to CBS News, the tech-industry entrepreneur appears to be mounting a bid to become the next mayor of New York City. Source: Yang “seriously considering” mayoral bid This week, Yang reportedly filed a financial form… Continue reading Andrew Yang ‘seriously considering’ bid to become New York City mayor: Reports

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Charlie Kirk: Trump brought an end to the era of ‘corporate Republicans’

According to the founder of Turning Point USA, President Donald Trump has made lasting changes to America’s “conservative movement.” Charlie Kirk suggested in an interview with Breitbart News that President Trump has brought an end to the era of “corporate Republicans,” saying he doesn’t know where they “have a home anymore” in a “corporate-skeptic,” “pro-worker”… Continue reading Charlie Kirk: Trump brought an end to the era of ‘corporate Republicans’

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Report: Andrew Yang files to run for mayor of New York City in 2021

Democrat New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio may soon find himself replaced by a familiar face. In a bombshell report Wednesday, NBC New York revealed that Andrew Yang, the businessman turned failed Democrat presidential primary candidate, has filed paperwork to run for mayor of the Big Apple. NBC reportedly received confirmation of the move… Continue reading Report: Andrew Yang files to run for mayor of New York City in 2021

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After pushing for $600 relief checks, Pelosi claims credit for Trump’s $2,000 check demand

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is moving to take credit for President Donald Trump’s demands for $2,000 checks in the next coronavirus relief bill. On Tuesday, Pelosi claimed that the $600 checks that were in the bill were “significant” even though the first round of direct payments were $1,200. Trump rightfully demanded that Congress give… Continue reading After pushing for $600 relief checks, Pelosi claims credit for Trump’s $2,000 check demand

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‘Hard to know exactly when’: Justice Breyer addresses retirement from the Supreme Court

While President Donald Trump’s first term has included the addition of three justices to the Supreme Court, solidifying its conservative majority, a future Democratic president could have an opportunity to similarly redefine the court. According to recent reports, Justice Stephen Breyer is considering retirement “eventually,” which could mean during the prospective administration of Democratic nominee… Continue reading ‘Hard to know exactly when’: Justice Breyer addresses retirement from the Supreme Court

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Poll shows Pelosi continues to lose support among Democrats

As infighting has increasingly made her a target for members of her own caucus, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is facing new challenges to her leadership position. According to a new poll conducted this month, a clear majority of respondents want Pelosi to be replaced as House speaker. A majority of voters wants to see… Continue reading Poll shows Pelosi continues to lose support among Democrats

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CNN’s Manu Raju calls out Pelosi for refusing to answer questions about COVID relief bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has come under fire from across the ideological spectrum for supporting a $900 billion COVID-19 relief package after refusing to compromise on the matter for months leading up to last month’s election. Now, even ostensibly sympathetic news outlets are pressing the Democratic leader over her perceived reticence toward providing specific… Continue reading CNN’s Manu Raju calls out Pelosi for refusing to answer questions about COVID relief bill

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Biden under pressure to appoint minorities to top positions

Over the course of the summer, a wave of racial activism swept across the country, leaving destruction and — in some cases — injury and death in its wake. The very people who supported those protests and pledged to back former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 election are now demanding a return on… Continue reading Biden under pressure to appoint minorities to top positions

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Sen. Rand Paul excoriates Republicans who voted for massive spending bill

It has been nothing less than a wild week in Congress, with both parties and both chambers finally coming together on a $900 billion COVID-19 relief package that conveniently was attached to a $2.5 trillion spending bill that amounted to nearly 6,000 pages. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) went absolutely scorched earth on his Republican colleagues… Continue reading Sen. Rand Paul excoriates Republicans who voted for massive spending bill

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