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Jan 10 2019
Perspectives BlogNegotiations between President Trump and prominent Democrats stalled this week as the partial government shutdown inches closer to becoming the longest in history, with leaders still at an impasse over funding for a wall at the southern border. After giving an Oval Office address followed by a rebuttal from top Democrats, President Trump abruptly ended a meeting with congressional leaders on John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Sep 17 2019
Representative Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) is planning to introduce a resolution seeking an impeachment inquiry into Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Some top Democrats are reluctant to pursue this amid concerns about the basis of the latest accusations. Congressman Jerry Nadler (D-NY), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, says the Committee will have its hands full determiningFox News (Online News) NBC News (Online) USA TODAY
Jan 22 2020
Chief Justice John Roberts, who is currently presiding over President Donald Trump's (R-FL) impeachment trial, took time out of Tuesday night's hearing to call for both sets of house managers to be more civil. Roberts took exception to name calling by both sides of the aisle (excluding senators who are required to be silent), specifically by White House counsel Pat Cippolone and House managerVox USA TODAY The Epoch Times
Jan 26 2022
President Joe Biden will soon have an opportunity to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court, as Justice Stephen Breyer reportedly plans to retire.
News outlets across the spectrum cited anonymous sources close to Breyer who said the 83-year-old liberal justice planned to step down at the end of the Supreme Court's current term this summer. NBC News (Lean Left bias) was first to report theFox News (Online News) Axios CNN (Online News)
May 16 2022
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in his challenge to a federal law that limits how political campaigns can repay candidates' loans.
The law in question, which was a part of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act that was passed in 2002, placed a $250,000 cap on postelection contributions that campaigns are able to repay candidates for personal loans.Forbes Vox Townhall
May 15 2022
A teenage gunman opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo, NY on Saturday, leaving 10 people dead and three more wounded.
Payton Gendron, an 18-year-old white man, drove over 200 miles from Conklin, NY to Buffalo to conduct the attack. Heavily armed and donning tactical gear, he stormed into a Tops Friendly Markets in a predominately black neighborhood and opened fire with a rifle bothWall Street Journal (News) HuffPost National Review
Apr 14 2021
Democratic lawmakers plan to introduce legislation that would add four new seats to the Supreme Court. Senator Ed Markey, and Reps. Jerry Nadler, Hank Johnson and Mondaire Jones will hold a press conference to introduce the bill Thursday on the steps of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court can be expanded through Congress, though the Democrats' majorities are slim and many lawmakers oppose theWall Street Journal (News) Fox News (Online News) NBC News (Online)
Mar 05 2015
Perspectives BlogOn Wednesday, the Justice Department announced it would not pursue civil rights charges against officer Darren Wilson in the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. It also released a report on evidence of systematic racial discrimination in the Ferguson police department. In keeping with the strong opinions around this case, we're seeing a difference in how the Left and Right highlight John Gable, AllSides Co-founder