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Mar 16 2022
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in a livestreamed video to Congress on Wednesday pleaded for the U.S. to help him battle Russia’s bombardment of his country with a no-fly zone or military equipment to protect Ukraine’s skies.
“Russia has turned the Ukrainian side into a source of death for thousands of people,” Mr. Zelenskyy told the roomful of senators and congressman.Washington Times
Dec 16 2021
Republicans in a number of states are engaged in artful redrawing of congressional-district boundaries for their own benefit. This has provoked cries of outrage from Democrats, who, as a matter of deep principle, would prefer that the boundaries be drawn to favor their candidates instead. Indeed, that is exactly what Democrats have done wherever they have had the power to do so. In my homeNational Review (News)
Apr 03 2022
In a statement released March 30, Democrat Robyn Stanicki, announced her candidacy for House District 38 in the Maine Legislature. The new district, created by last year’s redistricting, will represent Brooks, part of Frankfort, Jackson, Knox, Monroe, Swanville, Thorndike, Unity and Waldo.
According to the statement, Stanicki has worked as an administrator for public and nonprofitThe Republican Journal
Jul 14 2021
Top Senate Democrats are finally in array on a $3.5 trillion price tag for their party's momentous social spending plans. Their next task will be even tougher: selling it to the rest of their party.
The massive top-line number that Senate Budget Committee Democrats released Tuesday night affords plenty of room to spend on President Joe Biden’s priorities, from child care to fightingPolitico
Aug 14 2021
A federal judge ruled on Wednesday that a major defamation case against key boosters of former President Donald Trump’s false claims of election fraud can continue forward. This is a win not just for the plaintiff, Dominion, a corporation that sells voting machines and software, but also for the American public. It’s looking increasingly like defamation suits could be our best bet for holdingMSNBC
Nov 06 2020
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, after previously suggesting stimulus could wait until 2021, is now saying he’d back a package this year.
“As I’ve said repeatedly in the last few months, we need another rescue package,” McConnell said Wednesday. “Hopefully the partisan passions that prevented us from doing another rescue package will subside with the election. … I think we needVox
May 10 2022
Elon Musk just threw a wrench in the next US presidential election – to the benefit of Donald Trump.
With the man thought to be the world’s richest buying Twitter, the platform is likely in for some big shifts. Among them: changes to the terms of service that would allow currently banned users to return. That could include the former President.
Trump was permanently suspendedCNN (Online News)
Oct 04 2021
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) was harassed by a small group of leftist activists at Arizona State University on Sunday. Video shows the Democratic senator from Arizona being accosted by left-wing activists at Arizona State University, including following Sinema into the bathroom to scold her on how she should vote for a controversial spending bill.
Original video of the confrontationThe Blaze
Feb 07 2022
The Republican Party is ever closer to the destination to which it has long been headed under former President Donald Trump -- the legitimization of violence as a form of political expression.
The Republican National Committee's censure of GOP Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger for probing the "legitimate political discourse" of the January 6 insurrection enshrined that principle inCNN (Online News)
Dec 17 2021
The Senate on Thursday gave final approval to a bipartisan bill to crack down on imports from China‘s Xinjiang region, where Beijing is accused of using forced labor.
The bill now goes to President Biden, who is expected to sign it.
“Many companies have already taken steps to clean up their supply chains. And, frankly, they should have no concerns about this law,” Sen. MarcoWashington Times