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Jan 12 2020
The Trump campaign is stepping up its attacks on Bernie Sanders, a reflection of the Independent Vermont senator’s momentum in the race for the Democratic nomination and his sharp criticism of a U.S. military strike against an Iran official that has provoked turmoil in the Middle East.
For most of 2019, President Trump’s allies braced for an eventual clash with former Vice President JoeThe Hill
Sep 26 2020
On Saturday, Democrats quickly criticized President Donald Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, arguing that her confirmation would put millions of Americans’ health insurance in jeopardy.
In a statement, former Vice President Joe Biden focused on Coney Barrett’s “written track record of disagreeing with the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision upholding the AffordableMother Jones
May 25 2020
Ann Coulter ripped into President Donald Trump over the weekend after he publicly rebuked former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on social media.
The president has openly berated his former attorney general for recusing himself from the Russia investigation. Trump has even gone so far as to endorse former college football coach Tommy Tuberville over Sessions in the Republican primary forThe Blaze
Sep 26 2020
Four years ago on the campaign trail, then-candidate Donald Trump pledged that if he were elected, only "pro-life" justices would get his nomination for a seat on the Supreme Court. As president, it's a promise he's delivered on twice already, and in the coming weeks, potentially once more.
Amy Coney Barrett, who is expected to be Mr. Trump's pick, meets the president's unprecedentedCBS News (Online)
Feb 18 2021
President Biden has restored democratic rights to a central role in U.S. foreign policy. This may take time to bear fruit, but the new administration considers it crucial to America’s own future.
They are blips on the radar screen, scattered across the globe. But taken together, they constitute an early sign of the impact – and limitations – of America’s move to reassert human rightsChristian Science Monitor
Feb 27 2019
It’s not that Democrats support infanticide: They just aren’t against it. What other conclusion can one reach when 44 out of 47 Senate Democrats blocked the Senate from voting on a bill requiring that any baby who survives an abortion — in other words, a baby who was born — must be brought to a hospital for care and treated with “the same degree of professional skill, care, and diligence toGuest Writer - Right
Feb 01 2019
The New Jersey senator joined a crowded field of Democrats set to challenge Donald Trump for the presidency.HuffPost
Feb 03 2020
Bernie Sanders once compared poor white Vermonters to black South Africans suffering under apartheid. At other times, he likened the plight of some working people as well as imported foreign laborers to slavery.
Now that Sanders is rising in the polls and expected by many to win Iowa, rival Democrats are bringing to light his decades-old comments in an effort to question the senator’sPolitico
Apr 30 2020
The business community is pressuring the White House and Congress to shield companies from lawsuits as they seek to reopen, setting up a politically charged battle at a time when coronavirus restrictions around the country are beginning to ease.
As Congress considers more legislation to jolt the economy back to life, Democrats, labor unions and trial attorneys have voiced fierceThe Hill
Jul 02 2020
The Supreme Court said Thursday that it won’t speed a case challenging Texas’ restrictions on mail-in voting, leaving in place lower court rulings that said fear of contracting the coronavirus isn’t a valid reason under state law.
The high court had previously refused to lift those lower court rulings, and now it says it won’t speed an appeal, either.
Democrats, Hispanic groupsWashington Times