If you were to make a list of the accomplishments of the Trump administration, although it might not be long, it would include many of the things that Donald Trump … Continue Reading Nearly every Trump accomplishment collapsed in the first day of the Biden administration
The internet got a little jolt of joy when the news broke late Friday that the National Rifle Association is filing for bankruptcy. Liberals celebrated what appeared to be the … Continue Reading The NRA isn’t out of money, it’s using bankruptcy to escape accountability
Congressional Republicans are trying to stop the body from certifying Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential election. Congress makes this certification on January 6 and by all accounts … Continue Reading Here are all the times previously that Congress has gotten involved in a presidential election
President Trump signed, late Sunday, an omnibus appropriations bill in which he did not get a single thing he wanted. He demanded changes to the bill – upping stimulus payments … Continue Reading The World’s Greatest Negotiator has obtained nothing
Congress has this fondness for consolidated bills. If Senator Armsmoney (R-US) going to vote for some Democratic priority like expanding school lunches, it’s a lot easier to stomach that vote … Continue Reading No, that’s not in the COVID bill
Back on Thursday – if you can remember back that far – Time magazine named Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as its “Person of the Year.” This surprised no one, … Continue Reading Joe Biden isn’t the person of the year – but ‘Time’ is trapped in a loop
The Trump administration has made some slight changes to the citizenship test administered as part of the naturalization process. In the original test, there are 100 possible questions and you, … Continue Reading Let’s see how the new citizenship test looks
Goldman Sachs, the 151-year old bank that captivates the eyes of financial professionals and Robin Hood users alike, is reportedly considering a partial move to Florida. The financial giant’s asset … Continue Reading Wall Street giants want to relocate to business-friendly Florida. Their employees do not.
Calling it a “serious threat to our National Security & Election Integrity,” President Trump today tweeted that he would veto the National Defense Authorization Act of 2020 – which funds … Continue Reading Trump threatens to withhold funding from the Pentagon unless Twitter deletes his account
There’s a possibility that Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff can change the balance of power in the U.S. Senate towards Democrats. The pair are popular, they’re running in the … Continue Reading Trump doesn’t care about other Republicans. Why do they care about him?
Late Sunday night, famed investigative journalist Carl Bernstein dropped a list of 22 sitting U.S. Senators – all Republicans – who have all “repeatedly expressed extreme contempt for Trump & … Continue Reading Here all are the GOP senators who hate Trump, according to Carl Bernstein
Gerald Ford lost the 1976 presidential election. Ford holds a really unique honor among presidents, because he was never elected; he was appointed vice president to Richard Nixon and then … Continue Reading Will there be a Donald Trump presidential library?
Back in 2019, a rumor began circulating. First, it flowed through prominent Democratic officials and donors, then through the outer ring of politicos, and finally through the press. The rumor: … Continue Reading President Kamala Harris
In January 2021, Donald Trump will assume the title of pretender, the first widely-recognized President of the United States in exile. It will not be pretty. The first evidence of … Continue Reading The coming presidency-in-exile
Ever since the liberal mainstream media called the election for Joe Biden even before all the votes were counted and with allegations of pro-Democratic voter fraud all across this great … Continue Reading Trump could use this little-known loophole to still win the election
Samantha Young SACRAMENTO — When the U.S. Supreme Court hears a case Tuesday that could decide the fate of the Affordable Care Act, California will be leading the defense to … Continue Reading Justices Bound to See ACA as ‘Indispensable,’ Says Californian Leading Defense