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Democratic Disagreement On Biden’s Relief Package Upends Senate Debate

Democratic Disagreement On Biden’s Relief Package Upends Senate Debate

ANDREW TRUNSKY CONTRIBUTOR Senate negotiations on President Joe Biden’s nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package ground to a halt Friday after Democrats failed to unanimously agree on a compromise on weekly unemployment benefits. At the heart of the stalemate is West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, who has yet to agree to Senate Democrats’ unemployment benefits […]

President Donald J. Trump: “I ran in two elections and won both”

President Donald J. Trump: “I ran in two elections and won both”

By Michael Hernandez DALTON, GEORGIA—”I ran in two elections and won both,” said President Donald J. Trump to thousands of supporters at a Jan. 4 Georgia rally for Republican U.S. Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. “I won in Florida, Ohio with record numbers and in Iowa by 8.2 percent. No one has won these […]

January 6 | Trifecta of Important Events

January 6 | Trifecta of Important Events

    By Pastor Dan Prout Much is being made of Wednesday, January 6, 2021. Three important events will happen on that day. Many if not most are aware this is the day the results of the run-off election for the two Senate seats in the state of Georgia will be announced. The winners of […]

Equaling Trump: RE-ELECT Senators Perdue and Loeffler!

Equaling Trump: RE-ELECT Senators Perdue and Loeffler!

    By Mike Smith The two Georgia Federal National Senate runoff elections could invite one. If either Democrat challenger Jon Ossoff (Leftist-GA) or Raphael Warnock (Leftist-GA) are elected, the Left stands to wield Marxist-Leninist control over the National Government in January. Control as in, all three branches. Of course, if either Ossoff or Warnock […]

Tillis Wins After Cunningham Concedes Race

Tillis Wins After Cunningham Concedes Race

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter . Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham conceded the North Carolina Senate seat to Republican incumbent Sen. Thom Tillis Tuesday. Cunningham conceded the race Tuesday, a week after Election Day, after Decision Desk HQ projected that the 47-year-old challenger had lost the race for the only North Carolina Senate seat up for grabs in 2020. […]

NY Post Can Tweet Again If It Deletes Biden Exposé Post, Twitter CEO Says

NY Post Can Tweet Again If It Deletes Biden Exposé Post, Twitter CEO Says

BY JACK PHILLIPS Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said on Oct. 28 that the New York Post’s account on the social media platform will continue to be locked until the newspaper deletes a tweet that linked to its reporting about Hunter Biden’s alleged overseas business dealings. As of Oct. 28, the Post’s account shows no new tweets under its account since Oct. […]

Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed to Supreme Court in 52–48 Senate Vote

Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed to Supreme Court in 52–48 Senate Vote

BY JANITA KAN Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed by the Senate late Oct. 26 handing President Donald Trump another judicial victory ahead of the Nov. 3 election. The full Senate, who worked through a rare weekend session, voted 52–48 largely along party lines to confirm Barrett as an associate justice on the Supreme Court. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) […]

Commentary | Another Confirmation Circus Has Begun

Commentary | Another Confirmation Circus Has Begun

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Yes, the confirmation circus has begun. After more than five hours of opening statements by senators, judge Amy Coney Barrett finally was allowed to speak. She opened with this profound remark. “Courts are not designed to solve every problem, or right every wrong in public life. The policy decisions and […]

Senate Panel Authorizes Subpoenas for CEOs of Twitter, Facebook, Google

Senate Panel Authorizes Subpoenas for CEOs of Twitter, Facebook, Google

BY ZACHARY STIEBER A Senate chairman plans on sending subpoenas to the CEOs of three technology giants amid a push to alter the liability protections that currently shield the companies from lawsuits. Senate Commerce Chairman Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) said Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg declined to accept invitations to testify before his committee, necessitating […]

Fight Over SCOTUS Reveals How Far We Have Wandered From Our Constitution

Fight Over SCOTUS Reveals How Far We Have Wandered From Our Constitution

    By Don Jans People are rioting (those on the left, but really what is new) and arguing over a seat on the Supreme Court of the United States of America. For many, the Supreme Court appointment is more consequential than who wins the presidency. This just proves how far we have moved from […]

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