Category Archives: Current Events

GOP views Georgia Senate runoffs as ‘firewall’ against Biden’s agenda

Republicans are amping up efforts to retain their Senate majority through a pair of Georgia runoffs that they view as a “firewall” against Democrats’ agenda after President Trump lost his reelection bid.

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Trump Gives Award to Unit in Al-Baghdadi Raid

President Donald Trump presented a citation to a U.S. Army unit involved in the raid against the leader of ISIS. Trump presented a citation to the Army Special Operations unit that carried out the raid that killed the Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the White House press secretary said on Thursday night.

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Religion wins

Wednesday the US Supreme Court blocked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo from reimposing strict attendance caps at worship services in areas hit hard by the novel coronavirus.

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Schumer Pressured by 25 Legislators to Pack Supreme Court

More than two dozen lawmakers in New York — 24 legislators and one member of Congress — along with New York City’s comptroller asked Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer to pack the Supreme Court with more justices to offset what they called a “right-wing supermajority.”

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Michigan county board supports impeachment of Democratic Gov. Whitmer

A county in northern Michigan threw its support behind a resolution put forward by three Republican members of Michigan’s House of Representatives calling for the impeachment of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer last week.

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RNC’s McDaniel: Republicans’ High Turnout Winning the Early Vote

Republicans are winning the early vote, as there is “very high turnout” occurring in Florida and elsewhere, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said Friday.

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AOC, Ted Cruz spar over coronavirus aid stalemate as clock ticks for Congress to make deal

AOC and Sen. Ted Cruz traded barbs over whose party is responsible for a high-stakes stalemate over another coronavirus aid package after Congress left Washington for a weeklong Thanksgiving recess with no deal in place.

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Coronavirus: Gov. Inslee announces partnership with western states to independently review COVID-19 vaccine

So in other words folks, Demonrats are going to with hold the vaccine, even if people are willing to chance it. Gov. Jay Inslee announced a partnership with other western states to review the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines once they are FDA-approved.

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Nevada Gov. Sisolak issues three-week ‘statewide pause’ as COVID cases surge

Nevada is facing new restrictions in an effort to help control the increasing spread of COVID-19.

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Kremlin Accuses Biden of Spreading Hatred of Russia

Monday the Kremlin said that U.S. Democrat presidential challenger Joe Biden’s assessment of Russia as the biggest threat to U.S. national security was wrong and encouraged hatred of Russia.

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