Rasmussen Reports: 62% believe voter ID laws are not discriminatory

U.S. 04/13/21, 18:54

Most voters believe it is more necessary to deter voting fraud than to make voting easier, and they oppose arguments that voter ID laws discriminate. According to the most recent Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online poll, only 29% of Likely U.S. Voters believe that measures forcing photo authentication at the ...

Josh Hawley raises $3 million after objecting to electoral college certification

U.S. 04/13/21, 18:01

Sen. Josh Hawley raised more than $3 million in the first quarter of 2021 following his high-profile challenge to President Joe Biden's victory—a whooping amount compared to 2019. According to Politico, Hawley collected more than 57,000 individual donations averaging $52 in the first quarter. Despite briefly suspending his fundraising outreach, he managed ...

Brain-damaged model receives $29.5M after allergic reaction to peanut pretzel

U.S. 04/13/21, 17:44

On Friday, April 9, a jury awarded $29.5 million to the family of a model who suffered brain damage after being treated by MedicWest Ambulance for a serious allergic reaction in 2013. The  New York Post reported that Chantel Giacalone bit into a peanut butter-infused pretzel while attending a Las Vegas conference in ...

Trump and DeSantis combination for 2024 election could be a possibility

U.S. 04/13/21, 16:06

Former President Donald Trump's political strength not only remains intact but is growing by the day, despite the relentless pursuit of his leftist Democratic and corporate enemies. While it has become evident that Trump continues to work hard for his country and that expectations are high that he will be elected ...

Sidney Powell says $2.5 billion Smartmatic lawsuit meritless

U.S. 04/13/21, 04:01

Attorney Sidney Powell is defending her remarks about Smartmatic while attempting to challenge the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. She requests the courts to reject the $2.5 billion defamation lawsuit brought against her by the election technology firm. "Defendants did not want Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to win the ...

You can’t be ‘anti-racist’ says ‘squad’ member Ayanna Pressley if you don’t want to cancel student debt

Trending 04/13/21, 03:16

A radical Democrat from Massachusetts called everyone who opposes canceling student loans prejudiced against people belonging to another race. Rep. Ayanna Pressley suggested every American, who believes students should be responsible for meeting their financial obligations, is racist. The "Squad" member also claimed nobody should consider themselves a supporter of multiculturalism if ...

Chicago: Weekend shooting spree leaves 3 dead and dozens injured

U.S. 04/12/21, 22:32

Several shootings happened across Chicago throughout the weekend, leaving three dead and at least 24 others injured. The Cook County medical examiner's office identified one of the victims as Harold Green, a 54-year-old man who was shot nine times in the back in his South Shore neighborhood early Sunday. At the ...

New Jersey man hospitalized after receiving Johnson & Johnson vaccine

U.S. 04/12/21, 20:03

One New Jersey man has been hospitalized with the CCP Virus (COVID-19) five weeks after he was immunized. Francisco Cosme, 52, was relieved when he could schedule a one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine appointment at the Javits Center on March 6. Cosme continued to follow Covid restrictions, such as wearing a mask ...