Monthly Archives: September, 2020
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., was spotted without a mask at Dulles International Airport in Virginia on Friday despite having called in June for the Federal Aviation Administration to adopt “mandatory” mask mandates at airports, on airplanes and on public transportation due to coronavirus.
Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett is set to start meeting with senators on Tuesday as her accelerated confirmation process continues despite multiple Democrats refusing to see her, calling the process that led to her nomination so close to a presidential election “illegitimate.”
Kamala Harris faced renewed scrutiny for her lack of press availability on Monday after she abruptly exited the stage after a speech in North Carolina in which she criticized President Trump’s bid to fill a Supreme Court seat before the election.
Giuliani on Trump’s first presidential debate prep: He’s better prepared against Biden than he was 4 years ago
President Trump‘s attorney Rudy Giuliani previewed Tuesday night’s first presidential debate against Joe Biden as he is prepping the commander-in-chief.
Stupid demonrats. About 30 people were arrested in Oregon during unrest over the weekend, as Gov. Kate Brown announced that she has asked law enforcement officials to investigate “any alleged incidents” involving their officers.
Ben Carson: Trump’s health care vision for America is impressive — don’t be fooled by mainstream media
The Trump administration has an impressive story to tell on health care. For nearly four years, President Trump has championed policies that brought desperately needed reforms to American health care.
Biden campaign responds to Trump’s call for drug test: ‘President thinks his best case is made in urine’
After Trump demanded a drug test for himself and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden before the presidential debate Tuesday, Biden’s campaign team mocked the commander-in-chief for wanting to make his case “in urine.”
Some members of the Minneapolis City Council may have regrets regarding the controversial pledge to dismantle the city’s police department made after the death of George Floyd in May, according to a new report.
Sunday Senator Tom Cotton said voters have already delivered a mandate on the issue of a new Supreme Court justice bu expanding the GOP majority in the Senate in 2018.
Sunday Senate Republicans prepared a concerted push toward quickly confirming President Donald Trump’s third Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, despite strenuous objections by Democrats who appear powerless to stop them.