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Nov 03 2023
On Thursday, FBI agents in New York City raided the home of Brianna Suggs, a top fundraiser for New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D).
For Context: According to the New York Times (Lean Left bias), the FBI is conducting an inquiry into “whether Mayor Eric Adams’s 2021 election campaign conspired with the Turkish government to receive illegal foreign donations.” The Times acquired theNew York Post (News) Newsweek New York Times (News)
May 27 2020
The flap over the Republican National Convention has all the markings of a self-made scandal. President Trump, evidencing zero concern for the health of his fellow Republicans, first responders or Charlotte residents, has insisted that North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) guarantee him he can have a full convention there in August. It would be impossible and irresponsible to speculate as toJennifer Rubin
Aug 29 2015
Hillary Clinton delivered a show of force on Friday meant to make one thing abundantly clear to Democratic leaders, Bernie Sanders, and Joe Biden: She is the boss. Coming off two weeks of breathless speculation about the vice president’s ambitions, Clinton now looks like she’s nearly locked up the support of party elites, something she critically failed to accomplish in 2008. A phalanx ofPolitico
Jun 03 2012
Mitt Romney's presidential campaign has, in recent days, hailed his experience in the private sector as central to his approach to managing the nation's problems. As governor of Massachusetts, too, Romney spoke ambitiously about using his Bain background to streamline government programs.HuffPost
Apr 19 2016
Bernie Sanders' whole campaign is built on inequality. The phrase "millionaire and billionaire class" (or some variation on it) seems to feature in every single one of his speeches.
So here's some irony: he wins the states where income inequality is lowest. Where it's highest? Those states are all Hillary, and if she wins in New York (where she leads in the polls), she will continueNPR (Online News)
Apr 07 2020
The UK prime minister remains in intensive care. The foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, who is running the UK government while Boris Johnson receives treatment in hospital for coronavirus, says he is confident the prime minister will recover.
Official global death toll passes 78,000. According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, at least 78,269 people have now died worldwide,The Guardian
May 18 2013
Senior Treasury officials were made aware in June 2012 that investigators were looking into complaints from tea party groups that they were being harassed by the Internal Revenue Service, a Treasury inspector general said Friday, disclosing that Obama administration officials knew there was a probe during the heat of the presidential campaign.Washington Times
Aug 07 2019
Former vice president Joe Biden plans Wednesday to accuse President Trump of having “fanned the flames of white supremacy in this nation” in a blistering speech set to be delivered in Iowa as Trump visits two cities mourning horrific mass shootings.
Another Democratic hopeful, Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) also plans to speak out about combatting racism during a speech at the Emanuel AMEWashington Post
Oct 09 2020
Two years ago, Yasser Sanchez was all in for Martha McSally. An influential leader in the Latino community, he took the Republican Senate candidate around to Spanish-language radio, television, and newspapers. He put up signs for her.
Now, he’s planning to vote for her opponent.
Senator McSally, Mr. Sanchez explains, is in lockstep with President Donald Trump – whom he vigorouslyChristian Science Monitor
May 17 2013
The Treasury Departments inspector general told senior Treasury officials in June 2012 he was auditing the Internal Revenue Services screening of politically active organizations seeking tax exemptions, disclosing for the first time on Friday that Obama administration officials were aware of the matter during the presidential campaign year.New York Times (News)