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POLITICS | Pelosi Names First Head of House Whistleblower Office

POLITICS | Pelosi Names First Head of House Whistleblower Office

BY ZACHARY STIEBER House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Saturday announced the first director of a new office, the House of Representatives’ Office of the Whistleblower Ombudsman. The office was established at the beginning of the current Congress and is charged with developing best practices for whistleblower intake for House offices and providing trainings to House offices on how to safely and […]

House Passes Wilderness and River Protections for California’s Central Coast

House Passes Wilderness and River Protections for California’s Central Coast

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the House of Representatives passed the Central Coast Heritage Protection Act, which will protect forests, shrub and grasslands, and wild rivers on California’s Central Coast. This bill was introduced in the House by Representative Salud Carbajal (D-CA) last year.  The measure, which is supported by more than 500 civic groups and […]

Decorum and Behavior—Signs of a Person’s Inner Worth

Decorum and Behavior—Signs of a Person’s Inner Worth

    By Sigrid Weidenweber During a long good life, I have had the opportunity to study and observe many cultures, societies and single individuals. Studying anthropology, I am familiar with many cultures and societies. In the best of them, not always the ones we deem civilized, my colleagues and I observed that their most […]

One-way show is over: No witnesses; Vote on impeachment articles

One-way show is over:  No witnesses; Vote on impeachment articles

    By Michael Hernandez  The one-way Democrat House Manager show is over.   We don’t need any witnesses in the Senate.  The Democrats can’t have it both ways—they either have a case against the President or they don’t—if they do, then no more witnesses are needed and this has been a fair trial.  The Democrat […]

POLITICS | Pelosi: House to Vote on Bill to Repeal Trump’s Travel Ban

POLITICS | Pelosi: House to Vote on Bill to Repeal Trump’s Travel Ban

  BY JACK PHILLIPS   House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said the House will consider legislation to repeal the Trump administration’s travel ban on several countries about two years after the Supreme Court upheld the measure. The initial travel ban, which was implemented in early 2017, placed restrictions on travel to the United States for citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, […]

POLITICS | LA GOP Endorses Navy Fighter Pilot Mike Garcia for Congress

POLITICS | LA GOP Endorses Navy Fighter Pilot Mike Garcia for Congress

Former Navy Fighter Pilot Mike Garcia earned the endorsement of the Los Angeles County Republican Party for the upcoming 25th Congressional district elections, capturing more than two-thirds of the committee’s vote. In winning the endorsement, Garcia defeated former Republican Congressman and longtime Los Angeles politician Steve Knight.   The support of the Los Angeles County […]

House Passes Three Bills To Advance 5G and Cyber Security in US

House Passes Three Bills To Advance 5G and Cyber Security in US

BY MASOOMA HAQ A package of bills designed to give the United States an advantage over China in the race to employ 5G, the fastest wireless networks available, were passed by the House on Wednesday. There was almost unanimous support from representatives for the three bipartisan bills, which would channel federal resources into projects that ensure international […]

POLITICS | California Will Likely Lose Congressional Seat for First Time Ever, Census Shows

POLITICS | California Will Likely Lose Congressional Seat for First Time Ever, Census Shows

BY ZACHARY STIEBER   California is one of eight states expected to lose a congressional seat, according to Census figures released on Dec. 30. If the state lost a seat, it would be the first time ever. California, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and West Virginia are expected to lose one seat, the Wall Street […]

Democrats Impeach Trump in Partisan Vote

Democrats Impeach Trump in Partisan Vote

BY IVAN PENTCHOUKOV Democrats in the House of Representatives voted on Dec. 18 to impeach President Donald Trump. All of the Republicans voted against no on the resolution, marking the impeachment as the most partisan in U.S. history. Two Democrats—Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-N.J.) and Rep. Collin Peterson (D-Minn.)—broke ranks with their party to vote no on […]

Here Are The Three Democrats That Voted Against Impeachment

Here Are The Three Democrats That Voted Against Impeachment

WILLIAM DAVIS REPORTER   President Donald Trump became the third president in U.S. history to be impeached Wednesday night, but three Democratic congressman dissented. The President was impeached on one count of abuse of power, and another count of obstruction of Congress, and will now face a senate trial to determine rather or not he gets […]

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