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#BidenLied: Twitter Erupts After $2,000 Stimulus Checks Get Slashed

Well, it’s never a good sign when you’re less than two weeks into your presidency and you’re already being accused of breaking a pretty significant campaign promise. Nonetheless, that’s the position Joe Biden finds himself in now. The hashtag #BidenLied was tearing up Twitter over the weekend in response to the news that, even in its biggest form, the president’s ...

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Texas Gov. Looking for Ways to Combat “Extreme Hostility” of Biden Administration

In an executive order this week, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott directed all state agencies to look for ways for the Lone Star State to combat what he termed President Joe Biden’s “extreme hostility toward the energy sector, and thus toward Texas.” In the order, Abbott compelled “every state agency to use all lawful powers and tools to challenge any federal ...

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Cuomo’s Hero Status Jeopardized By Nursing Home Death Numbers

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been thoroughly anointed by the mainstream media as the heroic champion leader of the coronavirus age. For months, liberal anchors, pundits, and reporters talked about Cuomo as if he were a living saint as they lamented the fact that he couldn’t take over as President of the United States. He was a paragon of ...

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Schumer Says “Make No Mistake”: Trump is Going to Be on Trial

A day after Senate Republicans voted in near-unanimity to declare the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump an unconstitutional sham, Sen. Chuck Schumer said that the trial will go forward, hell or high water. “Make no mistake: There will be a full and fair trial on convicting Donald Trump for high crimes and misdemeanors. He is charged with inciting ...

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Biden Officially Brings Border Wall Construction to a Halt

After a day-one executive order demanding an end to any and all ongoing construction on his predecessor’s border wall, President Biden officially brought progress to a halt on Tuesday. According to Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX), whose district sits right on the boundary between the U.S. and Mexico, federal contractors working in conjunction with Customs and Border Protection were notified this ...

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Trump Gives First Post-Presidency Endorsement: Sarah Sanders for Governor

In a statement on Monday night, former President Donald Trump bestowed his first post-presidency endorsement to one of his most loyal soldiers: his former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Sanders announced that she is running for governor of Arkansas, a race that will put her against fellow Republicans Tim Griffin (the current lieutenant governor) and Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. “Sarah ...

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Bipartisan Group of Senators Pushes Back on Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Stimulus

In a conference call with the White House this weekend, a bipartisan group of senators reportedly pushed back against some aspects of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID stimulus package, with some of them concerned that the proposal will involve putting too much money in the pockets of “high-income Americans” who aren’t struggling. “The 75-minute call, set up by Sen. ...

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“Unlawful and Perilous”: Texas Sues Biden Over Deportation Freeze

As promised, President Joe Biden put a 100-day freeze on the deportation of illegal immigrants within only a few hours of taking the oath of office on Wednesday. Only two days later, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a federal lawsuit against the Biden administration, arguing that Biden’s executive order violates an agreement the state entered into with the Department ...

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Kentucky GOP Censures McConnell: He Has “Shown His True Colors”

Senate Minority Leader (gonna take some time to get used to that one) Mitch McConnell has sent waves of outrage through the Republican Party with his denouncement of Donald Trump, and nowhere is the betrayal more acutely felt than back in his home district. Leaders with the Nelson County GOP convened an emergency meeting this week, where they resolved to ...

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