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Nov 13 2020
There was a Museum of Broadcasting in New York City, but there’s never been anything called the Museum of Broadcasting Shamelessness. Imagine a place where they could run a medley of Dan Rather insisting repeatedly that despite the small problem of his phony National Guard documents, “the underlying story is true.”
An obvious entry in the Shamelessness Museum emerged about one singleNewsBusters
Sep 21 2021
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is calling for the Biden administration to stop deporting Haitians found along the southern border.
Schumer made his remarks in a tweet and a speech on the Senate Floor.Newsmax (News)
Dec 07 2021
US Not Seeking ‘Direct Use of American Military Force’ in Ukraine, Official Says Ahead of Putin Call
The United States is not seeking a situation in Ukraine that would entail “the direct use of American military force,” a senior administration official said ahead of Tuesday’s morning’s scheduled video call between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
However, further Russian aggression against its southwestern neighbor would likely lead to the deployment on NATO’sCNSNews.com
Apr 29 2019
As Trump stands by Charlottesville remarks, rise of white-nationalist violence becomes an issue in 2020 presidential race
First came Joe Biden’s campaign announcement video highlighting President Trump’s “very fine people on both sides” comment about the 2017 white-nationalist rally in Charlottesville that left a counterprotester dead.
Then Trump dug in, arguing that he was referring not to the self-professed neo-Nazi marchers, but to those who had opposed the removal of a statue of the “great” ConfederateWashington Post
Oct 30 2020
President Trump has made no secret of the role that the Supreme Court could play in helping him win reelection. After the death of liberal justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Trump argued that the Senate should move quickly to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to fill the vacancy because she could be the deciding vote in a legal challenge that decides the election. He later said he is “counting on” the courtYahoo! The 360
Sep 08 2020
When polls closed in Arizona’s U.S. Senate race in November 2018, initial results from in-person voting showed Republican Martha McSally in the lead. Her advantage evaporated in the days that followed with the tallying of postal ballots.
“Electoral corruption - call for a new election?” President Donald Trump posted on Twitter at the time. His suggestion had no effect, and McSallyReuters
Oct 10 2019
Two men with ties to President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and who are believed to be natives of former Soviet republics will appear in federal court in Virginia Thursday on campaign finance charges.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Florida businessmen Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were arrested Wednesday. Giuliani, the lawyer for President Donald Trump, said in MayNewsmax (News)
Oct 22 2021
Senator Kyrsten Sinema, Democrat of Arizona and one of her party’s only holdouts on President Biden’s sprawling budget bill, has cultivated a profile in Congress as a business-minded centrist.
But her refusal to raise tax rates on high earners and major corporations to pay for Mr. Biden’s plan is pushing Democrats toward wealth taxation and other measures once embraced only by the partyNew York Times (News)
Mar 08 2022
President Biden delivered his State of the Union address on March 1. Among the laundry list of new and ongoing spending programs that he touted, the president renewed his call for higher taxes on the rich:
I’m not looking to punish anybody, but let’s make corporations and wealthy Americans start paying their fair share. . . . And that’s why I’ve proposed closing loopholes for the veryNational Review (News)
Jun 23 2021
U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said at a House committee hearing on June 23 that the Biden administration has no plan to permanently ban new oil and gas drilling on federal land.
“Gas and oil production will continue well into the future,” Haaland said during a House Natural Resources Committee hearing. “I don’t think there is a plan right now for a permanent ban.”
Haaland’sThe Epoch Times