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    Voters had enough! Can’t continue with the state of the economy under Biden

    President Biden has faced a rough week after marking his first year in office. Based on the latest Sunday shows, voters from all political backgrounds have begun to notice. Facts On CBS’ “Face the Nation,” host Margaret Brennan appeared with a ‘Listening to America’ focus group of voters to discuss issues concerning Americans. Among the […] More

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    Russia tightens Ukraine tensions, U.S. forced to meet with Russian diplomats

    Facts The top diplomats of Russia and the United States held crucial talks on Friday as a weeks-long standoff over Ukraine tetters on the cusp of a pivotal and potentially violent phase, with rising concerns that Europe may again be beset by war. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov […] More

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    Saved! Texas federal judge temporarily blocks Biden vaccine mandate for federal employees

    Ruling temporarily blocks the enforcement of mandates while litigation continues. Facts In a 6-3 ruling by the Republican-appointed justices, Supreme Court recently stopped the rule temporarily, indicating that it would likely be blocked permanently if the administration chooses to continue fighting the litigation. However, the court did allow a vaccine mandate for the millions of […] More

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    Midterm scramble, Biden’s first year, and more

    The White House scrambles to convince house Dems to promote Biden’s accomplished benefits as Biden prepared for his press conference for his first year complete. Facts Democrats have already passed a pandemic aid package and infrastructure law totaling $2.4 trillion.  Many lawmakers, however, remain determined to log another legislative achievement they can champion, worried that […] More

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    Senate turns up heat on Manchin, Sinema with a tweet on voting rights bills

    This week, for the first time, the Senate Democrats are going to try- and fail- to get rid of the filibuster for their voting rights legislation agenda.  Facts On Tuesday afternoon, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer opened debate on the House-passed voting rights bill, a combination bill wrapping in the Freedom to Vote Act and John […] More

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    Psaki BLASTED after attacking Youngkin over order allowing optional mask mandates

    White House press secretary Jen Psaki tried to attack Gov. Gleen Youngkin, as he fulfilled a campaign promise, quickly regretted it. Facts The newly sworn-in governor quickly met defiance of his executive order from some of Virginia’s bluer areas, including Psaki’s home of Arlington County, as well as Fairfax, Alexandria, and Richmond. Arlington County said […] More

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    Completely lost it! Muslim groups call for the release of hostage-taker

    FBI identified suspect as Malik Faisal Akram, a British citizen who called for the release of a known counterterrorist Texas inmate. Facts Malik Faisal Akram, a 44-year-old British citizen, was the “hostage taker” at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, near Fort Worth. The U.K. government’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office confirmed earlier Sunday to Fox […] More

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    Held accountable! Fauci’s unredacted financial disclosures published by Sen. Marshall

    U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., published White House chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci’s unredacted financial records and accused him of being misleading when he told the Senate his financial disclosure forms were publicly available. Facts Fauci’s financial disclosure documents can be requested from the National Institute of Health. They aren’t listed in the same searchable […] More

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    Midterms hang in jeopardy for Democrats as Biden opens 2022 with major losses

    Two of the biggest blows to the White House this year came on Thursday – one at the hands of two Democratic senators and another from the Supreme Court. Facts On Thursday, Sen. Krysten Sinema, D-Ariz., went to the Senate floor to detail her opposition to partisan changes to the Senate filibuster, essentially killing Democrats’ […] More

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