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Jul 28 2021
“The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection held its first public hearing Tuesday, vowing to get to the bottom of the attack and recounting the horrific abuse police officers suffered when they fought off the mob.” (USA Today)
The left supports the committee, arguing that the events of January 6th were an attack on our democracy and must be thoroughly investigatedThe Flip Side
Dec 20 2022
Concluding its final public meeting Monday, the House January 6 committee released a summary of its key findings — the conclusions of which are devastating, even if they lack all the details expected in the final report.
Following 18 months of deliberations and hearings, more than 1,000 witnesses and countless documents, the committee has produced a blistering account accusing formerCNN (Opinion)
Oct 13 2022
The U.S. House committee investigating the January 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol voted unanimously Thursday afternoon to subpoena former President Donald Trump.
The lawmakers issued the subpoena to question Trump about his alleged role in the events that led up to some of the violence that unfolded that afternoon.
“The central cause of Jan. 6 was one man, Donald Trump, whoThe Daily Wire
Aug 09 2023
The January 6 Committee defied a demand last year by incoming Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) that it preserve all of its records, evidence, and transcripts, and has destroyed much of what it collected over more than a year of investigation. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) made that revelation to Fox News Digital on Tuesday, also noting that the committee had not looked into possibleBreitbart News
Jun 23 2022
The January 6 committee ‘hearings’ are carefully choreographed performances.
Tuesday’s January 6 committee hearing was another snapshot of why the committee is both important and fatally flawed. The panel continues to make a compelling case that former president Donald Trump was and is unfit for the office. But its one-sidedness and lack of basic due process render much of its workNational Review (News)
Apr 15 2022
How will the House committee investigating the January 6 attack address whether Donald Trump committed crimes in his attempt to overturn the 2020 election?
According to recent reports, there have been some divisions in the committee about this. Politico’s Nicholas Wu and Kyle Cheney wrote last week that some of its members “are increasingly skeptical” about whether they should referVox
Jun 16 2022
Rest assured that the politically fraught and not entirely coherent meanderings of a congressional committee’s ‘criminal referral’ will carry little if any weight.
As observed here last week, the bipartisan unity studiously projected by the January 6 committee’s seven Democrats and two Republicans quickly breaks down when the subject strays from whether Donald Trump is contemptible andNational Review (News)
Dec 28 2022
CINNAMINSON, NJ - The Cinnaminson Township Committee reorganization meeting will be officially held on Tuesday, Jan. 3, according to an announcement from the township.
At the meeting, the township will select the municipality’s mayor and deputy mayor for the upcoming year. In Cinnaminson’s form of government, both positions are voted on annually by the governing body.
Nov 30 2023
Dr. Anthony Fauci will appear before the House Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic for two days in January, Chairman Brad Wenstrup announced Thursday. Fauci, former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), will appear for a two-day transcribed interview on Jan. 8-9, Wesntrup said in a statement. The former presidential adviser also will appear in aNewsmax (News)
Dec 08 2023
MANCHESTER, N.H. – ABC News and WMUR-TV will host a Republican presidential primary debate on Jan. 18, 2024, the network announced. The debate is set to occur just a few days before the Jan. 23 New Hampshire primary. “ABC News is excited to host this Republican debate with our partners in the nation’s first primary state of New Hampshire,” said ABC News President Kim Godwin. “Our powerhouseFlorida's Voice