Americans Break Silence About State Of The Country

A new USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll has shown that around two-thirds of American voters are currently displeased with the country’s direction. According to the survey which had 1,000 registered voters responding, about 65 percent said that America is not heading in the correct direction. In a similar poll from last December, only around 57 percent of Americans had a similar ...

Read More »

Photo ID For Voting Made Mandatory?

Ohio legislators sent Republican Gov. Mike DeWine a GOP-backed bill that would make it mandatory for voters to show photo ID at the polls during elections and would lessen the timeframe in which absentee ballots or vote early in-person requests could be made. The measure would replace the state law that allowed voters to present other identifying documents, such as ...

Read More »

Democrats Double Down On Trump

House Democrats are intending on releasing new information about former President Donald Trump’s long-hidden taxes after a key meeting that is set to take place next week. The Ways and Means Committee Chair Richard Neal gained access to Trump’s filings in November following a relatively long legal battle. However, the documents released will only be accessible to a handful of ...

Read More »

Trump Wins Battle Over Taxes?

Former President Donald Trump has been given a 45-day extension on filing a personal financial disclosure which could help provide further clarity on his wealth status, including his income, assets and debts. The financial disclosure is a mandatory part of running for office, which Trump previously declared he was doing. According to Compass Legal Group senior counsel Derek H. Ross ...

Read More »

Trump Slapped With Criminal Referrals?

According to some reports, the Jan. 6 select committee is planning on holding a vote on at least three criminal referrals that specifically target former President Trump. This would mark a significant move forward as the panel is going to be expiring soon and ending its investigation. On Friday multiple outlets reported that the committee was planning on recommending that ...

Read More »

America To Get 51st State?

House Democrats on Thursday are looking to pass legislation that would end Puerto Rico’s status as a U.S. territory and would allow Puerto Rican voters to decide whether they would like to be a U.S. state, an independent country or have a different type of non-territory status. Democrats have prepared the Puerto Rico Status Act in the House Rules Committee. ...

Read More »

Government Bans Controversial App

The Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved legislation that would ban the use of TikTok on government phones and devices. This is part of a general push to mitigate the security threats posed by the Chinese-owned social media company. The “No TikTok on Government Devices Act,” was originally introduced by Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) and was passed unanimously late on Wednesday. ...

Read More »

Voters Lose Faith In Republicans

According to a new poll, around 18 percent of Americans believe that a GOP-controlled House is going to create positive changes in Washington. The Monmouth University poll, which was originally released on Wednesday showed that less than one-fifth of Americans actually believed that the GOP could manage to have a positive effect on the lower chamber. Another 21 percent actually ...

Read More »

Trump Ally Runs For RNC Chair Position

Mike Lindell, the owner of My Pillow, officially announced that he would be running to be the next chair of the Republican National Committee. The official campaign launch was announced through an email. Lindell is now going to be facing RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel who is currently looking to secure her fourth term. In 2016 she had been former President ...

Read More »

Americans Grade Biden’s Performance

In Austin, Texas people were asked to grade President Biden’s overall performance during his last 12 months in office. One Texas woman noted that so far Biden has not made a single decision to help progress the country’s economy. As such his grade would be an F or D minus. Another woman gave him a B for his work, especially ...

Read More »