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Liberal WashPost Reporter Slams Beto O’Rourke’s Hubris, Like An Angry Democrat

August 17, 2019 by

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By P.J. Gladnick ~ Sorry but running for the U.S. Senate is just not good enough for me. On Thursday, presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke attempted to reboot his failing campaign with a major speech in which he rabidly attacked President Donald Trump but may have ended up shooting himself in the boot. That is the […]

Senate Rude Awakening For Green New Dreamers

April 3, 2019 by

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By Larry Bell ~ The terrifyingly naïve socialist Green New Deal (GND) proposed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez offers the best example I can think of why 16-year-olds shouldn’t be given the right to vote. It’s not so much that I fear that Congress would actually succeed in enacting legislation to replace all fossil energy with windmills […]

Democrats Refuse To Vote For Green New Deal They Endorsed

March 27, 2019 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ The Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected Democrats’ so-called Green New Deal, touted to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as a way of combating climate change. The vote was 57-0 against proceeding to debate, with 42 Democrats and one independent voting “present.” Among other things, the Green New Deal would require significant […]

Vote Shenanigans in FL, While AZ Still Counting

November 10, 2018 by

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Democrats are working overtime to snag a couple of Senate seats from Republicans. By Thomas Gallatin  ~   A legal fight is brewing in Florida as Democrats seek to upend theRepublican Senate win, while evidently Arizona still uses the Pony Express for transporting ballots, as a final vote total may still be days away. When the Florida […]

McConnell, Graham Recount Highlights, Lowlights Of Kavanaugh Fight

October 17, 2018 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was first elected in 1984, but says his biggest achievement to date is something that didn’t happen. “My decision not to fill the Supreme Court vacancy during the 2016 election was the most consequential decision I’ve ever made,” McConnell, R-Ky., said Tuesday at The Heritage Foundation […]

Senate Confirms Brett Kavanaugh To Supreme Court, 50-48

October 7, 2018 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ The Senate voted 50-48 Saturday afternoon to confirm D.C. Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court after a rancorous, protracted confirmation fight that ended with multiple allegations of sexual assault. The vote, which concluded just before 4 p.m. EDT, was almost entirely along party lines. Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia […]

FBI’s Previous Probes Would Have Looked Into Kavanaugh’s Drinking

October 3, 2018 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ Previous FBI background checks should have determined whether Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh had a substance abuse problem, former Attorney General Michael Mukasey told reporters Tuesday. Senate Democrats initially called for an FBI investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh. After that update of six previous background investigations commenced, however, […]