Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) urged Joe Biden to keep his campaign promise to reach across the aisle. In a press briefing Friday, Graham expressed frustration with the Biden administration for not stepping in on the issue of coronavirus relief.
Senate Democrats turned against their own by voting not to raise the federal minimum wage to $15. On Friday, the 58-to-42 vote sustained GOP objections against the wage increase.
GOP officials denounced Democrats’ election reform bill H.R.1. Congressman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) spoke to OANN about the proposal and alleged it would force voters to pay for the re-election of career politicians like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). He also noted how it’s ironic Democrats called for election reform after months of claiming that nothing was wrong with the system.
Questions surrounding the 2020 election still remain and in New York state one congressional race has Democrats pointing to voting machine error. White House Correspondent Jenn Pellegrino has more.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) called out Democrats’ apparent double standard on executive overreach.
The South Carolina House passed a bill that banned nearly all abortions, which brought it closer to becoming law.
With five weeks left to go, the petition to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom nearly has all the signatures necessary to remove the unpopular Democrat from office. One America’s Pearson Sharp spoke with organizers who are urging all Californians to get out and sign the petition.
Democrats in Congress are rushing to push through a radical new bill that would give Congress ultimate authority over all future elections.
One America’s Pearson Sharp explains how the bill, known as H.R.1., will make voting fraud all but guaranteed.
The Biden administration has already implemented multiple executive orders that some argue will kill American jobs, but it’s latest move is raising concerns in the journalism realm. One America’s White House Correspondent Jenn Pellegrino reports.