Suing the President
Ever since Republican President Donald Trump took the oath of office to become the 45th President of the United States, the entire Democratic Party apparatus decided that the most effective way to diminish Trump, was to sue him at every single turn.
As congressional Democrats continue mulling over ways file more lawsuits against the Trump administration, the George Soros-supported Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) has been the most prolific litigant against the administration. READ MORE
Biden up by only 11 points over the field of 2020 presidential candidates, leaving many politicos to begin to speculate on whether Biden’s campaign has staying power.
“Kamala Harris wants estate tax increased to pay teachers” by HISPOLITICA
Like the entire field of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are doing, Sen. Kamala Harris is running a left of center campaign to win over the Democratic Party’s progressive base of support.
Harris has a “big idea” that is focused on bolstering education helping teachers, but it will cost Americans in a ‘big’ way. READ MORE
Bernie Sanders is out proudly championing abortion. Sanders is jubilant and “proud” that Vermont “reaffirmed” a woman’ right to an abortion.
Kamala Harris wants to hike the estate tax to pay teachers. See above
Pete Buttigieg : “We must put an end to endless war and refocus on future threats. We must promote American values by working to reverse the rise of authoritarianism abroad. We must treat climate change as the existential security challenge it is.”
Roberto “Beto” O’Rourke is saying and doing all the right things to appease the Democratic Party’s progressive base of support, but his polling numbers have plateaued, and in some cases dropped.
Elizabeth Warren pushes for equal pay for the U.S. Women’s World Cup Team, saying that they raise more revenue than the men’s team. The U.S. men’s soccer team really sucks.
When President Barack Obama first eased travel restrictions to Cuba, it first drove airline companies and cruise lines to beef up their travel schedule to the Communist Island because of the high demand.
President Trump’s trade wars with Mexico and China have been contentious topics, and the Mexico rivalry culminated at the end of last week when the country announced that they would become more involved in actively trying to curtail illegal immigration.
Crenshaw responds to criticism of his “patriotism” by HISPOLITICA
Rep. Dan Crenshaw is slamming Wajahat Ali, an attorney and contributing writer to the New York Times, who questioned his “patriotism” over social media.
Taking to social media to hit Crenshaw, Ali commented that “anytime a Republican says they are ‘patriots’ ask them if they voted to fund the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund. You know who’s for it? Ilhan Omar. You know who hasn’t sponsored it? Dan Crenshaw.”
1M Protestors were pushed back by police with pepper spray, tear gas, water cannons to prevent then from storming the cities government building…
The effort got a significant boost Tuesday when House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) offered support for a pay bump, saying he doesn’t want Congress to be a place where only the wealthy can afford to serve.
Freshman progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), meanwhile, forcefully made a case to her nearly 4.5 million Twitter followers, defending giving members of Congress the cost-of-living adjustment.
Owners and dealers of anacondas have launched a legal challenge after the state largely banned the snakes amid a struggle to control damaging invasive species.
An administrative law judge is scheduled to hold a hearing July 1 in the case, which targets a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission rule that took effect in May and added a series of animals — ranging from anacondas to meerkats and flying foxes — to a list of “prohibited non-native species.”
Gun owners are appealing after a circuit judge dismissed a potential class-action lawsuit about a state ban on “bump stocks.” Attorneys for a group of plaintiffs filed a notice this week that they will take the dispute to the 1st District Court of Appeal, according to documents posted on the Leon County clerk of court’s website.
In Jacksonville, Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis signed the Patient Savings Act.
The legislation enables health insurers to offer incentives to Floridians who shop for higher quality, lower cost health care services.
DeSantis signs death warrant for anti-gay murderer by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres
This is DeSantis’ second death warrant, and still has a way to go to surpass Gov, Rick Scott’s record 23 death warrants signed
Trump Wants to Face “Mentally Weak” Biden by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina
President Trump continues chipping away at “Sleepy Joe” Biden as the former Vice President continues to slip in the most recent public opinion polls…
Rick Scott says “Democrats need to show up and start doing their jobs”by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres
Florida Senator Rick Scott (R) continues to find it hard to believe that congressional Democrats continue to refuse to secure the U.S. border to Mexico, even after the majority of Americans oppose illegal immigration.
ICYMI-Marco Rubio says Trump’s tariff threat worked by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres
Even though he has been his own man in the senate, pushing back against some of Trump’s proposed executive measures, Rubio has proven himself to be a supporter of the president’s economic and foreign policy agendas.
Money continues to flow into Andrew Gillum’s committee by News Service of Florida
Former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum’s political committee, Forward Florida, which is playing a key role in Gillum’s voter-registration drive, received nearly $370,000 in May, according to a campaign finance report filed Monday…
Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sens. Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren have all benefitted from Biden’s poll drop. Just look at this average of polls. This can’t be good for Biden.
“Someone should call Obama up. The Obama Administration spied on a rival presidential campaign using Federal Agencies. I mean, that seems like a headline to me?” @TuckerCarlson It will all start coming out, and the Witch Hunt will end. Presidential Harassment!
–President Donald Trump
Rep. Ted Deutch Retweeted The New York Times
We will go to court to enforce our subpoenas. The Trump Administration cannot continue to stonewall basic Congressional oversight.
Photographer reveals letter between Trump and Mexico by Telemundo
The president, Donald Trump, took out a sheet of paper folded in two of his sack, he pretended to read it, he folded it again and while he waved it he said “here it is, but you can not see it yet”.
The theatrical scene arose after reporters asked him about the secret deal he said he has signed with Mexico. The sheet of paper would have been that deal, although there is no way of knowing.
“Right here is the agreement,” Trump said. “It is very simple. Here it is. And here is everything they want to talk about. Fact. It’s done. It’s done”.
He added: ” That is the agreement that everyone says I do not have .”
While showing the sheet of paper, Trump said he would not show the contents of the document, because he was waiting for Mexico to announce the agreement “at the right time.”
However, a photographer from The Washington Post managed to capture part of the content of the letter…
The Prosecutor’s Office revealed the list of accusations against Najasón Joaquín García and the three women who allegedly helped him commit abuses for four years. Among their participation, they emphasize that they persuaded minors to undress and touch unduly while being photographed; in addition to the threats they made to the victims to facilitate the crimes of the religious leader.
They’re bringing Don Jr back because his prior testimony purportedly conflicts with Cohen & Gates – two people who will do time for lying.
Same witch hunt, new broomstick.
As a member of the US Military Academy Board of Visitors, I mourn the death of Cadet Morgan. My thoughts are w/his loved ones & the tight-knit West Point community. Its a reminder of the risks officers-in-training take as they prepare to defend our nation
Three arrested in organized theft, fraud investigation by Florida Today
Three organized retail theft suspects were working as a team to steal high-priced items from hardware stores to later pawn the stolen items, according to Melbourne Police Department.
The crew would work as a team to steal mostly air conditioners, welding packs and other tools from Home Depot locations in Brevard and Indian River counties, police said.
Police were notified by Home Depot and found the three selling the brand new hardware to local pawn shops still in the packaging, according to arrest reports…
Illegal dog fighting ring gets busted by WXEL Tallahassee
GADSDEN COUNTY, Fla. — 100 dogs have been recovered after a months long investigation resulted an eight Gadsden County residents being charged with federal dog fighting offenses.
The United States Department of Justice announced on Tuesday that the following people have been arrested and charged:
- Jermaine Terrell Hadley, 31, Quincy
- Devar San Jacus Donaldson, 27, Quincy
- Sariem Shanquell McMillan, 23, Quincy
- Randell Lavel Colston, 47, Quincy
- Bob Streets, 35, Quincy
- Zanntayfey Yohoun Bennett, 35, Quincy
- Dennis Lamar Howard, 45, Chattahoochee
- Leonard Safford, 37, Gretna
Officials say the indictment and arrests resulted from an extensive investigation by the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF), a joint federal, state, and local cooperative, which targeted a drug trafficking organization that also allegedly organized and conducted a large-scale illegal dogfighting operation throughout the Northern District of Florida between 2014 through 2019.
During the operation, search warrants were executed on properties allegedly involved in training, housing, and conducting illegal dogfights. In all, approximately 100 dogs were recovered and seized. Following the seizure, the United States Marshals Service took custody of the animals.