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Feb 03 2021
When House Republicans meet Wednesday, they'll be at odds over what to do about Liz Cheney and Marjorie Taylor Greene, controversial figures representing the two wings of an increasingly fractured party.
But the closed-door gathering also could reveal a lot more about the direction of a party openly warring with itself while charting a future without Donald Trump in the White House butUSA TODAY
Jun 13 2022
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
We talked last week about how a resurgent American isolationism could be harmful to our interests in Ukraine and in China. This week, voters’ growing disinterest in events beyond our borders is causing problems closer to home. When the three-day Summit of the Americas gathering of Western Hemisphere leaders concluded on Friday, the sense that the United States was rapidlyDan Schnur
Nov 18 2019
A progressive nonprofit is preparing to spend a record $45 million to register and turn out voters under 35 ahead of the 2020 elections, hoping to replicate a spike in youth turnout that helped Democrats make massive gains in the midterm elections.
NextGen America, which is primarily funded by Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer, is aiming to register more than 270,000 votersHuffPost
Dec 08 2021
The Food and Drug Administration is asking a judge to give it 75 years to produce data concerning the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine, up 20 years from a previous request.
The FDA told the court it can work faster than its previously proposed 500-pages-per-month rate, but it also said there are more than 59,000 more pages than mentioned in an earlier filing.
That discovery, and aThe Epoch Times
Apr 25 2022
Elections have consequences. Or at least, they are supposed to.
When the American people voted to replace former President Donald Trump with now-President Joe Biden, that should have meant that many of Trump’s policies — including policies governing the US-Mexico border — could be abandoned and replaced by policies supported by Democrats. That is, after all, how democratic republicsVox
Jan 20 2021
Mask mandates, Paris accord and halting the wall: Biden thrills the Left with wave of executive orders
President Biden signed a wave of Inauguration Day executive orders designed to reverse some of former President Donald Trump’s signature policy decisions, drawing praise from Democrats and many of Trump's critics abroad.
“One of the first things we must do is undo the Trump regression, and executive orders are one of the most effective tools to accomplish just that,” newly sworn-inWashington Examiner
Oct 13 2021
Millions of retirees and other Americans receiving Social Security benefits in 2022 are set to receive the biggest payment increase in four decades, following a pandemic-driven inflation spike.
The Social Security Administration said Wednesday that next year's cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, will be 5.9%. That amounts to a monthly increase of $92 for the average retired Wednesday,Fox Business
Feb 09 2020
WAUKESHA, Wis. — The moment President Trump was acquitted in the Senate this week, Judy Ryan was licking a blueberry ice cream cone in the Brookfield Square shopping mall and feeling happy.
Ms. Ryan, 74, a retired factory worker, had followed the impeachment trial almost every day. The more Democrats attacked Mr. Trump, the more protective she felt, and the more hopeful she was that heNew York Times (News)
Nov 23 2021
The district attorney facing criticism after the alleged Waukesha Christmas parade crash killer was freed on bond two days before the carnage previously admitted his progressive reforms “guaranteed” killers could be put back on the street.
Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm, who was elected to the position in 2007, has spent his career supporting cash-bail system reformNew York Post (News)
Jan 16 2020
“The Democratic-led House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to send two formal charges against President Donald Trump to the Senate, clearing the way for only the third impeachment trial of a U.S. president to begin in earnest next week… The vote, which also approved a team of seven Democratic lawmakers named by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to serve as prosecutors in the trial, was largelyThe Flip Side