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Oct 31 2022
When Neither Party Wants a Senate MajorityFrom the Center
In the closing days of a critically important midterm election in which control of the U.S. Congress is up for grabs, it would seem logical for both of the two major parties to do everything they can to win every possible seat.
While the House of Representatives appears increasingly likely to return to Republican control (and the fight now seems to be less aboutDan Schnur
Jul 10 2022
What would you do if you believed your actions really impacted the environment?
In Utah, we love our mountains.
We thrill at winter powder days on the ski slopes, we hike through filtered sunshine beneath summer trees. we marvel at reds, oranges and browns in the autumn canyons, and we watch with giddy anticipation for new spring greens.
Utah has made a home out of a beautiful piece of planet Earth.
How will we protect our beautiful spaces from aDeseret News
Apr 23 2016
The 2016 Democratic primary has been unusually substantive and low-key
If you're ever interested in what an ugly Democratic Party primary campaign looks like, I would suggest taking a look at this exchange between Bill Clinton and Jerry Brown in a 1992 debate. It starts with a softball lobbed at Brown about Clinton's electability that Brown turns into a vicious attack based on a now-forgotten scandal involving conflicts of interest in Hillary Clinton's legal workVox
Apr 12 2018
California Governor Agrees to Send Nat'l Guard Troops to Border – Sort Of
California Gov. Jerry Brown has agreed to send 400 National Guard troops to the US-Mexico border at President Donald Trump's request; however, he made it clear they will be focusing on combating drug crime – not immigration.CBN
Jul 19 2022
House passes bill to protect same-sex marriage in effort to counter Supreme Court
The Democrat-led House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to pass a bill that would enshrine protections for same-sex marriage into federal law.
The bipartisan final vote was 267 to 157 with 47 Republicans joining with Democrats to vote for the bill. It's not clear, however, whether the bill can pass the Senate where at least 10 Republicans would need to join with Democrats to overcomeCNN (Online News)
Jun 30 2022
Jackson sworn in as first black female justice on 'fractured' Supreme Court
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer retired on Thursday, paving way for his successor, Ketanji Brown Jackson, to be sworn in as the 116th justice on the high court and the first black woman to sit on the nine-member bench.
Jackson, 51, received two oaths during a ceremony in the West Conference Room, the first with Chief Justice John Roberts administering the Constitutional Oath,Washington Examiner
Jun 08 2022
Matt Walsh Stumps the Left with One Simple Question
Matt Walsh’s hilarious yet hard-hitting documentary, What Is a Woman?, addresses an issue that is at the center of the culture war: transgenderism. Throughout the film, which premiered on June 1 exclusively for Daily Wire subscribers, Walsh struggles to find anyone who can answer what would appear to be a simple question. But given that incoming Supreme Court justice Ketanji Brown JacksonNational Review
Oct 24 2022
When the Supreme Court Pokes a Hornet’s NestFrom the Center
Only a couple of weeks before the midterm elections, as Republicans seem to have re-seized the momentum with a double-barreled assault on inflation and crime issues, the temptation is to dig deeply into the key congressional races that will determine the majorities on Capitol Hill next year.
Which campaigns are getting last-minute funding? Which candidates are runningDan Schnur
Apr 08 2022
Appeals Court Restores Biden’s Federal Employee Vaccine Mandate
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday removed a lower court injunction that halted President Joe Biden’s nationwide Covid-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees, empowering the government to penalize or terminate workers who fail to get vaccinated.
The appellate court voted 2-1 to remove Texas-based district court Judge Jeffrey Vincent Brown’s preliminary injunction issuedForbes
Apr 07 2022
Here’s a dozen times Joe Biden played a role in son Hunter’s business dealings
President Biden and the White House have repeatedly denied that he and Hunter Biden ever discussed the first son’s controversial overseas business dealings — yet there are at least a dozen times where Joe Biden had to know what his son was doing.
1. Joe “recommends”
The latest example emerged Wednesday, when it was revealed that Hunter Biden got his dad to write a recommendationNew York Post (Opinion)