Judge Reinstates Gag Order on President Trump

Judge Reinstates Gag Order on President Trump

Joshua Smith
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December 2, 2023
Once again, New York Judge Arthur Engoron has reinstated the gag order on former president Donald Trump (R). This marks the third time the judge has imposed a gag order on Trump in his $250 million civil fraud trial. Trump's lawyer, Christopher Kise, called the appeals court ruling a “tragic day for the rule of law”. […]
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House Republicans Subpoena Biden's Brother and son Hunter

House Republicans Subpoena Biden's Brother and son Hunter

Joshua Smith
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November 9, 2023
Representative James Comer (R-MN), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, has officially subpoenaed President Joe Biden's  brother James and son Hunter Biden. The GOP subpoena, which has been in talks for months, has received much criticism from Democratic lawmakers who view the move as being politically motivated. By subpoenaing the Bidens for questioning, the GOP […]
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Trump Spars with Civil Trial Judge

Trump Spars with Civil Trial Judge

Joshua Smith
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November 7, 2023
Former President Donald Trump’s (R) civil fraud trial continues to make headlines, as he spars with Judge Arthur Engoron and Attorney General Letitia James in an attempt to defend his alleged actions. President Trump is accused of falsifying his net worth to investors and potential buyers of his property. “I’m worth billions of dollars more […]
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Justices Thomas and Alito to be Subpoenaed

Justices Thomas and Alito to be Subpoenaed

Joshua Smith
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November 1, 2023
Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas (R) and Samuel Alito (R) have come under increasing scrutiny for their acceptance of undisclosed lavish gifts from wealthy donors. Now, documents from the various donors are scheduled to be subpoenaed by the Senate Judiciary Committee. The three donors who allegedly supplied the questionable gifts are Dallas real-estate magnate Harlan […]
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Trump Ally Navarro Found Guilty of Contempt of Congress

Trump Ally Navarro Found Guilty of Contempt of Congress

Joshua Smith
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September 11, 2023
Former White House official and Trump ally Peter Navarro was recently found guilty of contempt of Congress. The contempt charges stem from Navarro’s refusal to comply with the congressional investigation of the January 6 Capitol riot that resulted in a violent attack. The former official’s verdict came after a judge found that his claims about […]
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Freedom Caucus Prevents Bills From Reaching House Floor

Freedom Caucus Prevents Bills From Reaching House Floor

Joshua Smith
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June 7, 2023
Multiple Republican legislators, known under the title the “House Freedom Caucus”, prevented four bills, including two Republican bills, from reaching the House floor. The Republican-sponsors bills would have addressed the Biden administration’s policies aimed at limiting the use of gas stoves. However, the rebellious members of Congress had other plans in mind. “House leadership couldn’t […]
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'Secure the Border Act' Passes House as Title 42 Ends

'Secure the Border Act' Passes House as Title 42 Ends

Joshua Smith
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May 12, 2023
With Title 42 officially ending, a new immigration bill has passed. House Resolution 2 (H.R. 2), also known as the Secure the Border Act, has passed the House and is on its way to the Senate. The new controversial legislation allows the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to resume activities to construct a wall along […]
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Cruz, Rubio Take Aim at Biden’s Border Policies

Cruz, Rubio Take Aim at Biden’s Border Policies

Joshua Smith
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May 12, 2023
In the wake of the official end of Title 42, Texas Senator Ted Cruz (R) has taken aim at President Joe Biden’s (D) border policies. In a series of tweets, the Texas senator made his thoughts on the border crisis very clear. “I'm in Brownsville, seeing the #BidenBorderCrisis firsthand— this is his fault! We already […]
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DeSantis Shares Thoughts on Ruling Against Biden's Catch and Release Immigration Policy

DeSantis Shares Thoughts on Ruling Against Biden's Catch and Release Immigration Policy

Joshua Smith
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March 12, 2023
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) recently shared his thoughts on U.S. Federal Judge T. Kent Wetherell II’s ruling on President Joe Biden’s (D) illegal immigration border policy. “What the ruling basically says is that Joe Biden’s been violating the law, his oath in office, and the Constitution,” stated Gov. DeSantis during an appearance on Fox […]
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McCarthy Unveils House Committees to 'Shift Power Back' to Americans

McCarthy Unveils House Committees to 'Shift Power Back' to Americans

Joshua Smith
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January 24, 2023
Speaker of House Kevin McCarthy (R) has announced a new list of members of various committees that he says will "shift power back to the American People.  These committees include the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, House Committee on Rules, and the House Select Committee on the Strategic Competition between the U.S. and the […]
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New Details of DeSantis's Qualms With AP African-American Studies

New Details of DeSantis's Qualms With AP African-American Studies

Joshua Smith
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January 23, 2023
Update: As of July 4, 2023, the account attributed to "Erica Marsh" has been suspended by Twitter for allegedly being a fake account. On January 12, 2022, Florida’s Department of Education rejected College Board’s new AP African-American Studies course. The ruling received strong backlash from local and national politicians in the Democrat party. Moreover, it […]
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DeSantis's Push for Term Limits Popular Among Voters [Video]

DeSantis's Push for Term Limits Popular Among Voters [Video]

Joshua Smith
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January 23, 2023
In 2018, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) announced his first bid to run for governor of Florida. At the time of his announcement, he was an average Joe congressman who repressed Conservative reforms in government. Then-Congressman DeSantis would go on to win the election, defeating his opponent, former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum by a slim […]
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Rick Scott Continues to Question Biden's Border Security Policies

Rick Scott Continues to Question Biden's Border Security Policies

Joshua Smith
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January 21, 2023
Once again, Florida Senator Rick Scott (R) has brought into question President Joe Biden’s (D) handling of America’s border security. On January 19, 2023, Sen. Scott tweeted his thoughts on the matter with a link to his press conference. The tweet states, “Do @JoeBiden & @SecMayorkas even care that their open borders and appeasement embolden […]
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DeSantis discusses $100 million hurricane relief and new tax legislation

DeSantis discusses $100 million hurricane relief and new tax legislation

Joshua Smith
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January 18, 2023
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) took to the podium today to share his recent $100 million award to the Florida counties affected by Hurricane Ian. In his press conference, he stated, “We are awarding that $100 million to restore the sand on Florida beaches and to restore projects in 16 different counties across the state […]
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Sen. Rick Scott criticizes Biden's Cuba agenda

Sen. Rick Scott criticizes Biden's Cuba agenda

Joshua Smith
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January 17, 2023
With recent talks of President Joe Biden (D) removing Cuba from the state sponsor of terrorism list, Florida Senator Rick Scott (R) warns of the possible danger of his actions. In a tweet, Sen. Scott said, "Removing #Cuba from the State Sponsor of Terrorism List gives evil dictators exactly what they want – we cannot […]
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Senator Berman and Rep. Skidmore propose anti-human trafficking law

Senator Berman and Rep. Skidmore propose anti-human trafficking law

Joshua Smith
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January 16, 2023
Senator Lori Berman and Representative Kelly Skidmore proposed a new anti-human trafficking bill addressing the ongoing human trafficking crisis. SB 166 and HB 59 target “several notable gaps” in Florida legislation. Under the new law, “Maintaining a house of prostitution” is no longer a misdemeanor but a second-degree felony. The filing is aimed at bolstering […]
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