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Jan 27 2018
Jerry Falwell Jr.'s politics are simply a right-wing version of the original progressives' habit of tailoring their arguments to wherever the field was open.National Review
Jul 19 2022
House Republicans planning to take control of the chamber in this year’s midterms are weighing how much of a priority to make examining election systems and laws.
Some conservatives, particularly the most vocal of Trump supporters, are pointing to perceived issues in the 2020 election that they think deserve attention.
But GOP leaders are already set to spend considerable timeThe Hill
Jul 29 2022
Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration will fill gaps in certain areas of former President Donald Trump’s border wall on the U.S. southern border as the illegal immigration crisis hits Washington, D.C., following a decision by Republican governors to transport thousands of illegal aliens to the nation’s capital.
The Associated Press noted that Biden “pledged during his campaignThe Daily Wire
Jul 22 2022
During the course of its landmark summer of hearings, the House select committee investigating the deadly insurrection at the US Capitol has sought to show that Donald Trump was at the center of a multi-layer conspiracy to seize a second term in office, accusing him of having “summoned the mob, assembled the mob and lit the flame of this attack”.
In a dramatic capstone on Thursday, theThe Guardian
Jul 27 2022
Latest moves suggest DOJ investigation of 2020 election is looking at conduct directly related to Trump and his closest allies
The move by the Justice Department to bring two top aides to former Vice President Mike Pence in front of a federal grand jury is the most aggressive public step taken yet by prosecutors investigating the plots to subvert the 2020 election.
It signals that the Department's probe has reached inside former President Donald Trump's White House and that investigators are looking at conductCNN (Online News)
Jul 21 2022
President Joe Biden is expected to lay out plans to ask Congress for $37 billion for crime prevention programs.
Biden will outline his Safer America Plan, which allocates $13 billion to hire and train an additional 100,000 police officers over the next five years, $3 billion to help communities clear their court backlogs, and a 13% funding increase for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,Washington Examiner
Mar 15 2022
Despite the disinformation, legal actions and 2021 insurrection, election administration improved in 2020, according to MIT’s Election Performance Index.
And while nearly every state saw improvements from 2018, even during Covid-19 pandemic, not all states performed equally well.
The index examines voter turnout and registration, ballot problems, online tools, audits and otherThe Fulcrum
Jul 14 2022
Jon Tester isn’t up for reelection this fall, nor is he threatening to oppose a party-line Democratic bill that might increase taxes. He still has a warning for his colleagues.
“I don’t think raising taxes is a winner anywhere, OK?” Tester said in an interview.
If Democrats can pass a bill that cuts the deficit and drug costs, the Montanan added, “there’s some positive things youPolitico
Jul 13 2022
A progressive campaign is set to ask every elected Republican official and every Republican running for office in this year's midterms whether they believe the false claim that the 2020 presidential election was stolen.
The project was announced by the grassroots movement Daughters Defend Democracy, which seek to elect Democrats, in collaboration with the liberal Political ActionNewsweek
Jul 25 2022
A Georgia judge disqualified Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis Monday from overseeing a key aspect of her inquiry into whether crimes transpired during the 2020 election.
Willis is disqualified from subpoenaing or criminally investigating state Sen. Burt Jones, the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor, because of a fundraiser she attended last month for a potential rivalWashington Examiner