Category Archives: In the News

Dems reject immigration deal they once sponsored

At one time, Demonrats said the so-called BRIDGE Act was urgently needed to protect young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children. But now that President Trump has offered to essentially include it as part of a compromise to re-open shuttered government agencies, those same Democrats are rejecting it — unwilling to trade border wall funding for the immigrant protections they have long sought.

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Florida politician shoots intruder who crashed vehicle into another house while fleeing cops

Officials say that a Florida politician shot an alleged intruder who crashed his vehicle into another house while attempting to flee police officers. Palmetto city commissioner Brian Williams opened fire after seeing Avelino Misreal Vasquez-Perez, 22, hiding in his garage and trying to enter the kitchen, Miami Herald reported.

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Giuliani Wants Mueller Investigated for Destroying Evidence

Rudy Giuliani wants special counsel Robert Mueller investigated for destruction of FBI evidence. His comments came during two interviews with Hill.TV.

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Trump accuses Pelosi of being ‘controlled by the radical left,’ hours before White House statement on shutdown

Saturday President Trump  accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of being controlled by the far-left, hours before he is due to make an “important” White House announcement on the partial government shutdown and border security.

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Ohio lawmakers override Kasich vetoes of gun bill and legislators’ pay raise, but fall short on abortion bill

Ohio lawmakers threatened overrides earlier this month when Republican Gov. John Kasich vetoed a number of bills delivered to his desk — so by Thursday, lawmakers succeeded in a case that affects gun owners. But they failed to do the same regarding a proposed abortion restriction that some had called one of the most potentially far-reaching in the nation.

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Migrant caravan freely crosses Mexican border after gates were left open, authorities avoided ‘confrontation’

Around 1,000 Central American migrants marched freely through the Guatemala-Mexico border on Friday after the gates were left wide open, with Mexican authorities standing down from confronting the caravan.

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Mnuchin to Convene US ‘Plunge Protection Team’ as Markets Worry

Monday the Trump administration is arranging a phone call with top U.S. regulators to discuss financial markets as stocks fell again amid concern about slowing growth, the government shutdown and the independence of the Federal Reserve, the Treasury Department said.

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From Gillibrand to Beto, one-time moderates shift left in preparation for 2020

They all want that power, as they hate Trump so much, that it’s consuming their every waking hour. The 2020 presidential race is just beginning, and already several declared or possible Democratic contenders once seen as moderates have shifted markedly to the left, in apparent appeals to the party’s powerful progressive wing that have at the same time exposed them to charges of political opportunism.

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Ocasio-Cortez bashes Politico article as ‘birdcage lining’

Those poor liberals, they can dish it out, but can’t take it. Tuesday Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., afternoon took aim at a mainstream news article, dismissing it as “gossip.”

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appears in video backing liberal push to oust incumbent Democrats

The crazy fool, Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, whom was newly elected from New York, is lending her support to a movement that seeks to oust incumbent Democrats in favor of liberal replacements — only adding to the tensions between the freshman firebrand and the party establishment.

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