October 1, 2022

Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman’s Campaign Removes Black Lives Matter Paragraph from Website

The U.S. Senate campaign for Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman has removed a Black Lives Matter reference from its website’s “Issues” page. A version of the webpage that was archived on July 15 touted Fetterman’s support for Black Lives Matter under a sub-heading entitled “What John believes.” “Black Lives Matter. John served as mayor of a city

Democrat Katie Porter Called Local Police Department a ‘Disgrace’ in Unearthed Texts

Democrat Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) bashed her local police department, calling them a “disgrace,” after they arrested a man she lives with for allegedly assaulting one of her protesters, Fox News reported. “Well, your police force is a disgrace,” Porter told Irvine Mayor Farrah Khan in text messages obtained by Fox News. “I will never trust them

EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Troy Nehls Introduces Bills Pushing Back On Biden’s ‘Catastrophic Border Crisis’

Republican Texas Rep. Troy Nehls introduced two bills Friday, Aug. 12, intended to beef up security and speed up deportations along the U.S. border with Mexico.The two bills, obtained exclusively by the Daily Caller, would require the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to provide reports about migrants on the DHS terrorist watch list and prevent

Pelosi dodges question on Biden’s run for reelection

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Senate moves forward to fund government despite snags over Manchin’s energy plan

That vote to advance the stopgap, likely to occur on Tuesday or Wednesday, would require 6src senators. The New York Democrat is determined to attach the energy permitting provisions to the funding patch, stemming from a deal with Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin that cemented the West Virginia centrist’s support for the party’s health care, tax

Iowa Democrat Gubernatorial Nominee Deidre DeJear Endorsed by Pro-Defund the Police Org

Deidre DeJear, the Democrat gubernatorial nominee in Iowa, recently received an endorsement from a local organization that has consistently called for defunding the Des Moines police department. Earlier in the month, Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action (CCI) “proudly” endorsed DeJear. However, CCI has not been silent about its ultimate goal of defunding the police. On the

Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly Funds Campaign of Iowa’s Mike Franken, Now Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ), in a tough reelection battle against Republican Blake Masters, is one of the five Democrat lawmakers who have helped Mike Franken’s U.S. Senate campaign in Iowa. The leadership PAC, Liftoff PAC, associated with Kelly, donated $2,500 to Iowa’s Democrat Senate hopeful. On Monday, Mike Franken — who is 64 years old, married, and has two

Iowa Republicans Respond to Democrat Mike Franken’s Alleged Unwanted Advances Towards ‘Several’ Woman

Iowa Republicans responded to the accusations surrounding Mike Franken, Iowa’s Democrat U.S. Senate nominee, where his former campaign manager accused him of making “several” unwanted advances toward women, including herself. On Monday, Mike Franken — who is 64, married, and has two children — was accused by his former campaign manager, Kimberley Strope-Boggus, in an unearthed police report, of “grabb[ing] the collar

New Orleans’ Democrat Mayor Claims Economy Flights Not Safe for Black Women

The Democrat mayor of New Orleans, Louisiana, said this week economy flights are not safe for black women. In addition, LaToya Cantrell has said she would not repay money spent on a first-class trip from Washington Dulles Airport to Switzerland over the summer, Meaww reported Sunday. “My travel accommodations are a matter of safety, not…

WaPo: PA Democrat John Fetterman Should Release Medical Records, Debate Before Voting Starts

The Washington Post Editorial Board is calling on Pennsylvania’s Democrat nominee for U.S. Senate, John Fetterman, to release his medical records and to engage in multiple debates with his Republican opponent Mehmet Oz. Fetterman suffered a stroke in May and has struggled with his words at public events since. He has also been dodging a debate with Oz,…

Former Pennsylvania Democrat Councilman Sentenced Up to 30 Months in Prison on Child Porn Charges

A former Democrat councilman from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was sentenced on Monday to 14 to 30 months in state prison on child pornography charges. Brad Koplinski, 53, recently pled guilty to all 15 felony counts of possessing child pornography in June, WHTM reported. In addition to his sentence, he will also serve five years of probation…

Guns Stolen from Home of Los Angeles Democrat Mayoral Candidate Karen Bass

Los Angeles Mayor candidate Karen Bass (D) announced that she came home Friday night to find that her home had been broken into and two firearms stolen. FOX 5 noted that the two firearms that were stolen were “safely and securely stored.” The guns were also registered, per California law. FOX News reported Bass’s announcement,…

Poll: 85% New Mexico Voters Support Ending Loose Bail Law Once Backed by Democrat Gov. Lujan Grisham

A wide majority of likely New Mexico voters want to end the state’s loose bail law, which allows accused criminals to be quickly released from jail after their arrests. The law has been on the books since 2017 and was once backed by Democrat Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. In 2017, voters approved a constitutional amendment…

Democrat Mike Franken Releases Ad Boasting that He Doesn’t Take Corporate PAC Money After Skirting Pledge

Iowa Democrat Senate hopeful Mike Franken released a new campaign ad on Tuesday touting his pledge to not take corporate PAC money — after reportedly skirting this pledge. Franken released an ad via Twitter, saying towards the end, “Corporate special interests are ripping off Iowa families. We need a senator who doesn’t take their money.”…

Vulnerable Democrat Cindy Axne Claims Biden Student Loan Scheme Will Reduce Inflation

Vulnerable Rep. Cindy Axne, the lone Democrat in Congress from Iowa, claimed that President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness scheme “will bring down inflation,” despite what prominent Democrat economists and analysts have shown. Axne, on KMA Land’s Morning Line program Friday morning, disputed the notion that Biden’s student loan forgiveness scheme will increase inflation. The congresswoman pointed to…

Recall Petition Filed Against Democrat New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell

A recall petition has been filed against Democrat New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell as she faces various scandals and a soaring crime rate. The petition was filed by Eileen Carter and Beldon “Noonie Man” Batiste on Friday in Baton Rouge and was confirmed by the Louisiana Secretary of State’s office. Batiste is a local activist who…

Vulnerable Democrat Cindy Axne Silent on Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Scheme

Vulnerable Rep. Cindy Axne, Iowa’s lone Democrat congressional member, is silent on whether she supports President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness scheme, which has the potential to cost American taxpayers over $1 trillion. Axne, who is arguably the most vulnerable lawmaker up for reelection this year, is the only member of the Iowa delegation not to…

Democrat Gov. Grisham’s New Mexico Supreme Court Appointees Allow Illegal Aliens to Become Lawyers

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s (D) appointees on the New Mexico Supreme Court have greenlit a plan that allows illegal aliens to become licensed attorneys. Following other sanctuary states, a rule change backed by the New Mexico Supreme Court will allow illegal aliens to practice law in the state. The sanctuary state of California enacted a similar…

New Mexico: Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham, Republican Mark Ronchetti Statistically Tied in Latest Poll

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) is statistically tied with Republican challenger Mark Ronchetti in the state’s latest gubernatorial poll. The poll, conducted by GQR Research/EDF Action, shows Grisham leading by about four percentage points with 48 percent compared to Ronchetti’s 44 percent. The margin of error, though, is +/- 4.4 percentage points — putting…

Rep. Donalds blasts New York Times’ ‘American Dream’ op-ed: ‘Pure Democratic dog whistle politics’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Florida Rep. Byron Donalds criticized The New York Times as a “political arm of the Democrat Party” after an op-ed claimed the “American Dream” is being distorted by Republicans of color. On “Fox & Friends” Tuesday, Donalds said the publication is using dog whistle phrases without considering […]

Roger Stone—Cut Gems: The Federal Bureau of Intimidation? | Part 2

In the continuation of my conversation with political strategist Roger Stone, I ask him about how federal agencies have been weaponized for political purposes, what he thinks of future presidential contenders, as well as what his future may look like. Enjoy part two of my candid conversation with Roger Stone. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, ​Parler, Gab, […]

Proverbs to Cherish: ‘Time Heals All Wounds’

It isn’t every day that we get to engage with something dating back to 300 B.C., but the proverb “Time heals all wounds” is just that. Have you ever had someone quote this proverb to you when you needed just a little bit of reassurance, which this one so consistently provides? Just saying it to […]

The Savings Game: How to Lower Your Prescription Drug Costs

By Elliot Raphaelson From Tribune Content Agency If you use Part D of Medicare to help cover your prescription costs, Medicare has recommended five ways to lower your costs. I’ll summarize them below and add a further recommendation. Consider Switching to a Generic Prescription If you are using a name-brand prescription that is expensive—the costs […]

Nadler Prevails: Maloney Goes Down in New York Democrat Dog Fight

Rep. Jerry Nadler handily defeated Rep. Carolyn Maloney in New York’s marquee Democrat primary Tuesday, bringing to a close a heated race in which two New York powerhouses were pitted against one another in a battle to keep their congressional seats. Nadler was beating Maloney, his congressional colleague of three decades, 56 percent to 27…

Los Angeles: Third suspect arrested in fatal shooting of off-duty Monterey Park Police Officer Gardiel Solorio

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A third suspect has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of an off-duty Southern California police officer, authorities said Friday.  Gerardo Magallanes, 18, of San Pedro, was arrested Thursday evening, days after Monterey Park Police Officer Gardiel Solorio, 26, of Bell Gardens, was fatally shot […]

How my Tim Tebow Foundation is working to save high risk human trafficking survivors

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Fifteen has been a special number to me over the years. I’ve won a few high stakes games and celebrated a handful of incredible moments while wearing that number on my back, memories for which I’m forever grateful. But today, the number “15” represents something infinitely more […]

NH Poll: Three GOP Primary Candidates Within Striking Distance of Unseating Democrat Sen. Maggie Hassan

Three candidates vying for the nomination in the New Hampshire Republican primary for U.S. Senate would all be within striking distance of unseating Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH) in the general election, according to a poll. The Data for Progress poll found that New Hampshire State Senate President Chuck Morse, General Don Bolduc – a highly…

British track coach Tony Minichiello effectively banned for life for sexual misconduct

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! British track coach Tony Minichiello was effectively banned for life Tuesday for alleged misconduct, including “sexually physical behavior” with unidentified athletes over a 15-year period, the U.K Athletics governing body announced.  Minichiello was provisionally suspended last year pending an investigation due to complaints from female athletes. Minichiello […]

Democrat Peter Welch, Republican Gerald Malloy to Face Off in U.S. Senate Race in Vermont

Congressman Peter Welch will face off against Republican nominee Gerald Malloy in the Vermont U.S. Senate general election in November. Welch won the Democratic primary handily with 87.3 percent of the vote at the time of this writing. He was trailed by Isaac Evans-Frantz and Niki Thran, neither of whom surpassed ten percent of the…

GOP Issues Warning as Democrat ‘Inflation Act’ Includes Hiring of 87,000 New IRS Agents

Republicans say a piece of Democrat-backed legislation worth $740 billion includes funding to hire 87,000 new Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents, which they say will target Americans. The measure, known as the “Inflation Reduction Act,” was approved in a 51–50 vote as Vice President Kamala Harris served as a tie-breaker for Democrats. A provision includes…

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