The rift among Democrats widened this past week as members took issue with New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria […]
The local council of the Minnesota town St. Louis Park has voted unanimously to drop the pledge of allegiance in order to be more inclusive.
Financier Jeffrey Epstein who has never been married nor had kids was “known about town as a man who loves women- lots of them, mostly young” reported a 2010 Vanity Fair Article.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi attempted to pull her caucus together Wednesday telling her members to stop attacking one another on social media and if any of them had issues to bring them to her personally.
New Jersey Democratic Sen. Corey Booker said he “had no idea” his campaign communications staffer in Iowa Tess Seger called Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell a “sh**” after the Kentucky Republican responded to a question about his ancestors being slave owners.
Erie County Clerk Michael Kearns is seeking an injunction against the state of New York in order to prevent them from enacting the Green Light law, which is an outrageous piece of legislation that would require county clerks to issue driver’s licenses to illegal aliens.
Speaker Pelosi is having quite the battles this week. First with four of her female freshmen Democrats over the border bill and now with President Trump regarding the census question about citizenship, and it’s only Tuesday.
Democratic presidential candidate Robert Francis (Beto) O’Rourke plans to visit asylum seekers in Ciudad Juárez who have been denied access to the U.S. during a visit to Mexico on Sunday, the former Texas congressman’s campaign said.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill on Monday that would allow Congress to access the state’s tax returns of President Donald Trump.
California Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell ended his run for the presidency on Monday afternoon, making him the first candidate in the primary to drop out of the contest, but was anybody ever taking his campaign for the White House seriously? Was he?