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Mar 21 2023
Secret Service, NYPD Meet to Discuss Security for Possible Trump Indictment
The Secret Service and the New York Police Department are coordinating security plans in advance of a potential indictment of former President Donald Trump, ABC News is reporting.
The network news said representatives from both agencies spoke on Monday to go over logistics in the event Trump is indicted. Details include how Trump would surrender for booking and processing, and securityNewsmax (News)
Mar 24 2023
Utah law gives parents full access to teens' social media
Utah teens can no longer use social media platforms without explicit approval from a parent or guardian, per new measures that Republican Utah Gov. Spencer J. Cox signed into law yesterday. Social media platforms must also provide a way for parents to access their kids' accounts. These measures (Senate Bill 152 and House Bill 311) represent the latest of intensifying nationwide attempts toReason
Nov 03 2022
White House deletes misleading tweet about Social Security
President Joe Biden keeps touting the size of next year’s increase in Social Security payments.
But his boasts leave out critical context: Biden doesn’t explain that the reason the 2023 increase will be unusually large is that the inflation rate has been unusually large. Nor was that context included in a misleading post from the White House’s Twitter account on Tuesday – a post theCNN Fact Check
Mar 21 2023
Biden issues first veto to protect socially conscious onvesting
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden issued the first veto of his presidency Monday, turning back a Republican effort to bar investment managers from incorporating climate and social considerations into their decisions. The rule that the president vowed to protect is an obscure investing principle known as ESG — shorthand for prioritizing environmental, social and governance factors. It had been aThe Seattle Times
Sep 29 2012
Which candidate do you agree with on Social Security:Washington Post
Sep 28 2012
Democrats view preservation of entitlements Ã¢â‚¬â€œ including Social Security and Medicare -- as a key issue with their base. Republicans, conservatives and the tea party movement see these programs Ã¢â‚¬â€œ large chunks of the federal budget -- as potential places to make cuts.CNN (Online News)
Oct 31 2022
Sen. Rick Scott: Republicans Not Looking to Cut Social Security
Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., said in a recent interview that he doesn't "know one Republican" who's looking to make cuts to Social Security or Medicare, and vowed to "fight like hell" to protect them.
Scott, when asked in an interview with CNN on Sunday if Republicans want to cut Medicare and/or Social Security, said: "Absolutely not. And you know the Democrats just cut $280 billion — allNewsmax (News)
Mar 25 2023
Utah’s social media for kids law could be coming to a state near you
If everything goes according to the government of Utah’s plan, around this time next year, there will be some big changes on social media platforms for the state’s residents. Especially — but not exclusively — for the younger ones. They may also, possibly, have an effect on social media users beyond Utah’s borders. In a ceremony on Thursday, Utah Gov. Spencer J. Cox signed two bills regulatingVox
Mar 22 2023
Fetterman Working on Legislation While in Hospital, Contrary to Social Media Claims
Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman checked into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland on Feb. 15 to be treated for clinical depression several months after having a stroke. It was reported that he would be away from his Washington, D.C. office for several weeks.
In a Feb. 16 statement, Adam Jentleson, Fetterman’s chief of staff, said that while the Democratic senator “FactCheck.org
Mar 22 2023
Manchin Says Biden's 'Radical' ESG Agenda Is 'Absolutely Infuriating,' Undermines National Security
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, presides over a hearing on battery technology, at the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, on Sept. 22, 2022. (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images) Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) sharply criticized the Biden administration on Monday after President Joe Biden vetoed bipartisan legislation aimed at blockingThe Epoch Times