The wealthiest governor in the U.S. has announced his run for reelection in the Land of Lincoln. On Monday, Illinois Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker said he was inspired to run again in part because of his observations of healthcare workers during the pandemic.
A 23-year-old Republican from New Hampshire has launched her bid for Congress. On Tuesday, Karoline Leavitt announced her run to defeat Democrat Rep. Chris Pappas (N.H.) in the state’s first district.
Republican representatives have taken aim at Democrats for the spike in inflation. During a press briefing on Tuesday, House GOP Chair Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) and House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) railed against Joe Biden for allowing American families to suffer under the weight of rising prices.
Joe Biden attempted to downplay inflation concerns during a speech on his administration’s handling of the economy. Speaking at the White House on Monday, Biden touted the highest economic growth rate in 40 years as the U.S. started to reopen from coronavirus lockdowns.
The mayor of Rochester, New York is facing new criminal charges. This time it’s in connection with her husband’s illegal activity.
Joe Biden’s two-prong approach to pass massive spending bills have been faced with hurdles. Earlier this week, Senate Budget Chair Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said the trillions of proposed dollars was not enough spending.
At least 10 people have been shot during two separate incidents in Democrat-run Chicago. According to authorities, the shootings occurred just hours apart in two different neighborhoods on Wednesday.
Democrats and the left-wing media are continuing to falsely accuse President Trump of calling for violence. However, as One America’s Pearson Sharp explains, Democrats are ignoring all the times they literally made threats against President Trump’s life.
While Republicans have recognized the role of socialist and communist repression in Cuba sparking recent protests, Democrats have taken the side of the Cuban president by blaming the unrest on everything else, including the U.S. On Monday, MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell denied Cuba’s problem was communism, but economically illiterate dictators and the embargo.