Senate

Trump’s Revenge Tour Has House In Its Sights

Axios: “In the lead-up to the 2018 midterm elections — buoyed by Republican control of both chambers — President Trump viewed campaigning for the House as a lower-tier priority and instead poured his energy into rallying for the...

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Senate Attacks Judy Shelton For Sin Of Being Outside The Mainstream

Senate Attacks Judy Shelton For Sin Of Being Outside The Mainstream Authored by Tho Bishop via The Mises Institute, Earlier this week, the Senate Banking Committee held a hearing for President Trump’s two most recent Federal Reserve...
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Bill Barr Accused Of An Ongoing Pattern Of Perjury ‘from Day One’ By Former Prosecutor

Appearing in MSNBC’s “AM Joy” former lead prosecutor Glenn Kirschner hammered Attorney General Bill Barr of a pattern of deceit and perjury that began with his Senate confirmation hearings and continues to this day. Speaking with...
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Dem U.s. Senate Candidate Unveils Campaign Logo: The Guillotine As 'a Symbol Of The Work We Have To...

The donkey has long been the symbol of the Democratic Party since President Andrew Jackson embraced his detractors labeling him "a jackass" in 1828, but a Democratic Senate candidate in Maine may have a rebrand in mind.Bre Kidman unveiled a new...

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Live-blogging The Fifteenth Amendment: February 9, 1869 (2) The Senate Votes To Reform The...

Live-blogging the Fifteenth Amendment: February 9, 1869 (2) The Senate votes to reform the Electoral College As I mentioned several days ago, the Senate endured a pair of marathon sessions on February 8 and 9, 1869, and considered a variety of...

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Senate Republicans Are Implicated In Trump’s Authoritarian Organized Crime Outfit

Authoritarian governments almost always operate in a style that resembles organized crime outfits. Despite their ostentatious populism, such regimes exist to enrich thuggish rulers and enable corruption in high places. The Trump administration is a...

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Politicize The Fed — Just Not With Judy Shelton

President Trump has not had an easy time appointing new members to the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors. His latest pick, Judy Shelton, doesn't look like she'll improve the streak: Shelton got grilled by the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday,...
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Why Sen. Bernie Sanders' Surge Worries Some Moderate Democrats

Some moderate Democrats are worried that if Bernie Sanders is the party's nominee, it could hurt Democratic chances of keeping the House and taking back the Senate.

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Investigation Of Rudy Giuliani Is ‘moving Forward’ In The Sdny Office He Once Led: Washington...

The legal jeopardy facing Donald Trump’s defense attorney did not go away with the Senate vote to acquit the president. “As the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump drew to a close in Washington earlier this month, federal...
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Senate To Vote On Two Pro-life Bills

The Senate will vote after recess on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act and the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.

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Real Id Could Be A Really Big Problem For Minnesotans Who Wait Too Long

If Minnesota state legislators were looking for reassurance that the state will be compliant with stricter drivers license requirements in time for an Oct. 1 federal deadline, they didn’t get it. Instead, a joint House and Senate committee was...

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Senate Democrats Pressure Trump To Drop Obamacare Lawsuit

Vulnerable Senate Democrats joined dozens of their colleagues Friday in calling on President Trump to stop helping a lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act that could wipe out protections for pre-existing medical conditions.Forty-four Democrats...
Related topics: Obamacare, Lawsuits

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Climate-change Denier Who Brought A Snowball To The Senate Floor Is Reportedly Headed For A Top Epa...

President Trump's Environmental Protection Agency might be taking another big step toward rolling back environmental protections. The Trump administration isn't exactly known for its planet-friendly policies, and established that record early on by...

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Post-impeachment, House Democrats Set Sights On Barr

WASHINGTON — House Democrats frustrated over the Senate’s acquittal of President Donald Trump are pushing their oversight efforts toward the Justice Department and what they call Attorney General William Barr’s efforts to politicize federal...
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Rand Paul Clip Mentioning Alleged ‘whistleblower’ Censored By Youtube

YouTube, once again, is doing everything it can to stop discussion about the alleged “whistleblower.” YouTube removed a clip of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) of him speaking on the Senate floor, the National Review reported. In the video,...
Related topics: Censorship, Usa Videos

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Sessions Has Edge In Alabama Primary

A new WPA Intelligence poll in Alabama of likely Republican primary voters found Jeff Sessions leading the U.S. Senate race with 34%, followed by Tommy Tuberville at 29%, Bradley Byrne at 17% and Roy Moore at 6%.
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Activists Handed Out Mass Shooting Coloring Books To Senators In D.c.

On Wednesday (February 12), young activists from March for Our Lives D.C. flooded Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel’s office. She headed over after school — it was three stops on the train — and helped pass out coloring books to senators...
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As Anti-war Sentiment Grows In Us, Senate Passes War Powers Resolution

On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Medea Benjamin, a well-known peace activist and the cofounder of the peace group Code Pink.
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Quote Of The Day

“If you’re asking me a hypothetical about whether this Republican Senate would confirm a member of the Supreme Court due to a vacancy created this year — yeah, we would fill it.” — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell...

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Why Amy Klobuchar Succeeded While Kamala Harris And Cory Booker Failed

Amy Klobuchar has left pundits and reporters trying to crack the code as to why she enjoyed a durable debate moment after her slogging of former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Her fellow former Democratic presidential contenders and...
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