Joe Manchin remains opposed to Democrat efforts to exclude GOP from new infrastructure spending bill

Fresh off the passage of the $1.9 trillion COVID “relief” measure using parliamentary procedures without Republican support, President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats are talking about doing the same thing again with an even more expensive $3 trillion “infrastructure” spending package. That is unlikely to occur, however, if Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) has anything to… Continue reading Joe Manchin remains opposed to Democrat efforts to exclude GOP from new infrastructure spending bill

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Fox’s Chris Wallace grills Psaki on Biden’s lack of transparency at the border

Despite long being known as a thorn in Donald Trump’s side, Fox News host Chris Wallace appeared to change course this week when he challenged a member of the Biden administration on the White House’s handling of the ongoing crisis at the U.S.–Mexico border. According to the New York Post, Wallace took Biden Press Secretary Jen… Continue reading Fox’s Chris Wallace grills Psaki on Biden’s lack of transparency at the border

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Former USA Today editor lashes out in Medium post after being fired over ‘racially charged’ tweet: Report

The race and inclusion editor for USA Today‘s Sports Media Group was fired last week over what the Washington Examiner described as a “racially charged tweet about the alleged gunman” involved in a shooting in Boulder, Colorado last week that left 10 dead. In a Medium post published Friday, Hemal Jhaveri said she had been let go… Continue reading Former USA Today editor lashes out in Medium post after being fired over ‘racially charged’ tweet: Report

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Georgia Tech professor indicted in scheme to fraudulently obtain visas for Chinese workers

A Georgia Tech professor, along with an accomplice in New Jersey who is a senior executive at the Chinese-owned telecommunications company ZTE USA, have been indicted over a scheme to fraudulently obtain visas to allow Chinese nationals entry into the U.S. for purposes other than what the visas were intended for, Breitbart reported. Georgia Tech… Continue reading Georgia Tech professor indicted in scheme to fraudulently obtain visas for Chinese workers

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Gov. Cuomo accused of providing family, friends priority access to COVID-19 tests

Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is already under massive fire over allegations of sexual misconduct and reports that his administration underreported the state’s nursing home COVID-19 death toll. Now, multiple new revelations have emerged that claim the embattled governor granted preferential treatment to his family and friends — not to mention well-connected New Yorkers… Continue reading Gov. Cuomo accused of providing family, friends priority access to COVID-19 tests

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Democratic senators issue blackmail threat to Biden over lack of Asian American Cabinet nominations

The left’s obsession with identity politics has resulted in a predictable consequence, in that supposed efforts to combat bigotry and racism are, in fact, bigoted and racist. That dichotomy was on full display when two Asian American Democratic senators announced Tuesday that they would vote “No” on all “non-diversity” nominees for the Biden administration until… Continue reading Democratic senators issue blackmail threat to Biden over lack of Asian American Cabinet nominations

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Financial disclosure forms show Biden’s senior officials have deep ties to Wall Street

President Joe Biden likes to portray himself as “middle-class Joe” —  but that same portrayal cannot be applied to a number of his top advisers in the White House. Recent disclosures revealed that many of those closest to Biden are exceptionally wealthy multi-millionaires with deep ties to various corporations, executive boards and councils, consulting and… Continue reading Financial disclosure forms show Biden’s senior officials have deep ties to Wall Street

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Prosecutor says Trump could still face criminal charges over Capitol riot

According to federal prosecutor Michael Sherwin, former President Donald Trump could still face criminal charges for his alleged involvement in the Capitol riot that occurred on Jan. 6, The Hill reported. Sherwin is the federal prosecutor who, until last week, was leading the Department of Justice’s investigation into the Capitol riot. That investigation has resulted in… Continue reading Prosecutor says Trump could still face criminal charges over Capitol riot

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‘This is amateur hour’: Biden’s top diplomats face blowback following ‘disaster’ China summit

Top officials from the United States and China met in Alaska this past week — and it didn’t go all that well. After the summit started out with the diplomats trading sharp insults in front of the international media, a former top intelligence official ripped President Joe Biden’s team as “incompetent” for their “amateur” performance, Just… Continue reading ‘This is amateur hour’: Biden’s top diplomats face blowback following ‘disaster’ China summit

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‘Vague and overly broad’: GOP South Dakota Gov. Noem rejects bill restricting transgender athletes

Among the most obvious fronts in America’s intensifying culture wars is a concerted effort among progressives to allow transgender females to compete against biologically female athletes in school sports. Many conservatives are opposed to such proposals, however, citing issues like the clear physiological advantages that biologically male athletes could have over females. For her part,… Continue reading ‘Vague and overly broad’: GOP South Dakota Gov. Noem rejects bill restricting transgender athletes

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