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Monday, October 02, 2023

Seeking to nail down the support of California Republicans in the GOP primary, former President Donald Trump on Friday mocked Rep. Nancy Pelosi and her husband, who an assailant brutally attacked in the family's San Francisco home last October. "We'll stand up to crazy Nancy Pelosi, who ruined San Francisco " how's her husband doing, anybody know?" read more

Friday, September 29, 2023

Dianne Feinstein, the oldest member of the current U.S. Senate and the longest-serving senator from California, has died at age 90. Her passing marks the end of a boundary-pushing political career that spanned more than half a century, studded with major legislative achievements on issues including gun control and the environment. read more

House Republicans are planning to plow ahead with their impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden in the event of a government shutdown, though a lapse in federal funding could present logistical challenges to their investigative work. In recent days, House Republicans " like all federal agencies " have been working behind the scenes to figure out which of their operations and staffers will be deemed "essential" if the government shuts down at midnight on Saturday. And it has been determined that the GOP-led committees heading the Biden impeachment inquiry will fall under that umbrella, according to multiple Republican lawmakers and aides, though formal shutdown plans are still being finalized. read more

Friday, September 22, 2023

When Donald Trump says shut down the government to cripple the American economy, destroy the lives of millions of Americans, and throw the country into chaos, the House Republicans say, "Yes, Dear Leader!" Moments ago, Donald Trump used his social media account to order House Republicans to shut the government down. Republicans appear to be complying. read more

Thursday, September 21, 2023

Gov. Ron DeSantis has fought back against allegations that Florida is banning books, calling it a "hoax." "There's not been a single book banned in the state of Florida," the Republican said in his May 24 presidential campaign launch on Twitter Spaces. "You can go buy or you can use whatever book you want." DeSantis said Florida empowered parents to review curriculum to ensure books match state standards and are age-appropriate. read more


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