The Department of State created a new administrative position that’s stirring up controversy among conservatives. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.
CIA Director William Burns has pushed back on the White House’s decision to withdrawal troops from Afghanistan. While speaking at the Senate Intelligence Committee’s hearing Wednesday, he said pulling troops out of region would hurt the CIA’s ability to gather intelligence in the country.
Former Trump trade advisor Peter Navarro recently blasted Jerome Powell as “the worst chair of the Federal Reserve in modern history.”
Michigan attorney Matthew DePerno said he’s facing threats and obstruction by authorities over his lawsuit detailing evidence of fraud and meddling in last year’s elections.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited Brussels to try convincing NATO’s ally countries to withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Rep. Matt Rosendale (R) is moving to block state and local governments from implementing vaccine passports. The Montana lawmaker and 24 other Republicans introduced a bill Tuesday that would prevent the use of federal funds to pay for such systems.
Joe Biden has drawn criticism yet again. This time for refusing to take questions from reporters who were then asked to leave the Oval Office.
Doug Wead, presidential advisor and author, gives us The Real Story on the life and legacy of Prince Philip.
Curtis Houck, managing editor at Newsbusters, gives us The Real Story on how Hunter Biden is desperately trying to spin his laptop scandal.