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DIVIDED: Dems Deny AOC Spot on Energy Committee Where She Could Push Green New Deal

Democratic Representatives kept socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., off the House Energy and Commerce Committee, where she would have advocated for the Green New Deal. Instead, Rep. Kathleen Rice, D-N.Y., won the committee assignment with a strong 46-13 vote of the Steering and Policy Committee, Politico reported. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi,...

Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Exclusion of Illegals from Census Count

(Headline USA) The Supreme Court has dismissed as premature a challenge to President Donald Trump's plan to exclude people living in the country illegally from the population count used to allot states seats in the House of Representatives. But the court’s decision Friday is not a final ruling on the matter...

Seattle’s Proposed ‘Poverty Excuse’ for Crime Would Destroy City’s Economy

(FEE) Matthew Humphrey recently lost $4,000 worth of goods in a theft of his Seattle barbershop. Under a new proposal the Seattle City Council is considering this month, what happened to him wouldn’t even be a crime—if the thieves claimed they were driven by poverty, that is. "I think it’s insane,"...

NY Lawmaker Begs Goldman Sachs Not to Go to Fla.: ‘Please Don’t Leave Us’

(Jon Miltimore, Foundation for Economic Education) Rep. Thomas Suozzi’s message to the (likely) soon-to-be departing financial firm Goldman Sachs had the sound of an 80s love ballad: don’t go, baby. “Please don’t leave us,” the New York congressman said on CNBC following news that the multibillion-dollar investment bank is likely to...

Supreme Court Denies Kentucky Christian School’s Plea to Reopen

(Headline USA) The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to block an order by Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear that bars in-person K-12 education until early January in areas allegedly "hard hit" by COVID-19, rejecting a plea from a private religious school. The court said in an unsigned opinion that Beshear's order will...

Calif. Judge Says Strip Club Ruling Also Protects Restaurants, Defying Newsom

(Headline USA) A California judge cleared the way Thursday for all restaurants in San Diego County to resume on-site dining, marking a major, if temporary, setback to the governor’s stay-at-home order to "slow the spread" of the coronavirus before the state's intensive care units run out of beds. Gov. Gavin Newsom...

Parents Lose Lawsuit Over Destruction of Son’s Porn Stash

(Associated Press) A man who sued his parents for getting rid of his pornography collection has won a lawsuit in western Michigan and can seek compensation. U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney ruled in favor of David Werking, who said his parents had no right to throw out his collection. He lived at...

Rep. Tlaib Backtracks After Saying Holocaust Gives Her ‘Calming Feeling’

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., told Jews on Tuesday that she loves them and does not hate them, despite years of hostility toward Jews and Israel, the Sun Sentinel reported. "Tell everybody, I don’t hate you. I absolutely love you," Tlaib said during an online panel hosted by Jewish Voice for Peace,...

Trump Admin Pulls $200M in Medicaid Funding from California Over Abortion

The Trump administration announced on Wednesday that it will pull $200 million from California’s federal Medicaid funding over the state’s requirement for abortions to be covered under health care plans. The Department of Health and Human Services said California would lose part of its funding for the upcoming quarter because...

TLAIB: ‘I Know Exactly Where We Can Get the Money to Pay for’ COVID Relief

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., said the federal government could afford to send Americans another round of $1,200 checks if Congress repeals Trump's tax cuts and forces billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to pay up, Yahoo! Finance reported. "I’m hearing as we try to debate this COVID relief package that we...

Rand Paul Might Join House GOP Effort to Challenge Electoral College, Force Senate Vote

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., hinted that he might join a House Republican’s effort to challenge the Electoral College’s vote by pointing to several examples of voter fraud allegations and insisting that “the election in many ways was stolen.” Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., plans to challenge the Electoral College’s decision to...

GOP Sens. Release Additional Strzok Messages about 2016 FBI Probes

Sens. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, and Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., continued their effort to provide maximum transparency on the deep-state conspiracy to delegitimize President Donald Trump, with an incoming Biden administration poised to reinstate cover-up procedures. The two powerful committee chairs recently released a trove of documents comprising more than 400 pages...
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