Category Archives: Campaigns & Elections

LGBTQ Groups to Hold Protests Over Reported Trump Plan on Gender Policy

Sunday LGBTQ groups said they would protest the Trump administration’s reported plans to exclude transgender and nonbinary people from its legal definition of gender. Continue reading →
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Hillary Clinton: Abrams would have already won Georgia race if ‘she had a fair election’

She just doesn’t get it, does she?  The Demonrats lost, get over it. Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Tuesday questioned the legitimacy of Georgia’s gubernatorial contest, saying Democrat Stacey Abrams would have already won the uncalled contest if the election was fair. Continue reading →

Manchin Tries to Capitalize On McConnell’s Threats Against Social Programs

Sunday West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin called Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s remarks regarding Obamacare and entitlement programs, “absolutely ridiculous,” Politico reported over the weekend. Continue reading →

North Korea possibly hiding missile operating bases despite denuclearization pledge

North Korea is conning the United States, building up secret, smaller missile bases even after publicly touting the dismantling of its main launch site, according to a new review of satellite images by a top think tank. Continue reading →

Florida’s secretary of state orders recounts in Senate, gubernatorial races; Trump ‘watching closely’

Saturday Florida’s secretary of state announced  that there will be recounts in the Senate and gubernatorial races after the races became tight enough to trigger them — amid controversy over the handling of the counts, with President Trump warning that he will be “watching closely.” Continue reading →

Accusations fly over Broward County ballot shenanigans: Mystery truck deliveries, abandoned boxes and more

Lawyers are descending on Florida as the state braces once again to become ground zero in a national election fight, and the epicenter appears to be Broward County where late-arriving ballots in Democratic strongholds are fueling accusations of political shenanigans. Continue reading →

Scalise Blames Dems for Threats, Violence Against Republicans

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., appealed for political civility before someone else gets hurt. “Beginning with my own near-death experience at the hands of a deranged shooter who sought to assassinate a baseball field of Republicans, there is a growing list of violent or threatening actions taken against conservatives by Democrats,” he said in a column posted by Fox News. Continue reading →

Trump, Kavanaugh impeachment speculation kicks up after Dems’ House takeover

As Demonrats are set to reclaim control of the House in January and President Trump already infuriating them with the forced resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, speculation is rampant over whether they will use that power to pursue impeachment against the president — or even Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Continue reading →

McConnell: Kavanaugh fight was ‘adrenaline shot’ in Senate elections

Wednesday Mitch McConnell did not mince words about the impact now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation battle had on the midterm elections, saying it gave Republicans a much-needed “adrenaline shot” in the Senate races. Continue reading →

Crowd at Trump rally sings ‘Amazing Grace’ after woman collapses

Monday the crowd at President Donald Trump’s rally in Missouri  evening began singing “Amazing Grace” after a woman collapsed and needed medical attention. Trump paused his rally for roughly five minutes after asking the audience to say a prayer as emergency responders made their way to the woman. Continue reading →