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Democrats’ New House Rules Stifle Conservatives, Critics Say

January 12, 2019 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ Conservatives say Democrats’ new rules, pushed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, will stifle conservative lawmakers. “House Democrats are using parliamentary rules to consolidate power in Speaker Pelosi’s hands, push forward a liberal agenda, and deny conservatives an equal voice in what is supposed to be a legislative body that represents […]

Heather Nauert, Trump’s Pick To Succeed Haley At UN, Praised As ‘Capable,’ ‘Well-Informed’

December 8, 2018 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ President Donald Trump’s nomination of Heather Nauert is an excellent choice to replace Nikki Haley as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, analysts say. “Heather Nauert is capable, well-informed, and articulate,” Clifford May, founder and president of the Foundation for Defense Of Democracies, said in an email to The Daily […]

Pelosi Secures Democrats’ Nomination For House Speaker

November 29, 2018 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ Nancy Pelosi is on her way again to becoming speaker of the House of Representatives when Democrats regain control in the new year, after being nominated Wednesday by a 203-32 vote. House Democrats renominated Pelosi for the top spot, paving the way for a full House vote in January, despite […]

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 […]

Nancy Pelosi, Other Liberals Condemn Return Of Citizenship Question To Census

March 28, 2018 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ A question on citizenship will be reinstated to the census in 2020, the Commerce Department announced. “The citizenship question will be the same as the one that is asked on the yearly American Community Survey, ACS,” the Commerce Department said Monday in a press release. “Citizenship questions have also been […]

Repealing Gun-Free School Zones Act Would Make Schools Safer, Kentucky Lawmaker Says

March 3, 2018 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ Schools would be better protected from mass shootings if federal legislation enacted in 1990 that bans guns from school zones is repealed, a Kentucky congressman says. “I have used the statistic on ‘Meet the Press’ Sunday that 98 percent of mass public shootings happen in gun-free zones, and I believe […]

8 Examples Of Lower Power Bills Because Of Tax Cuts

February 7, 2018 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ Power companies and the states where they do business say consumers will see lower utility rates due to the tax law from congressional Republicans and President Donald Trump that went into effect Jan. 1. The Republican tax law reduced the federal corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent. […]