Biden asks federal workers to get vaccinated or face repeated COVID tests

U.S. 07/29/21, 22:53

President Joe Biden on Thursday, July 25, continued to step up his vaccine push by asking all federal employees and contractors to attest to their vaccination status or otherwise submit to regular COVID-19 tests. “Every federal government employee will be asked to attest to their vaccination status. Anyone who does not attest ...

Senate votes to work on $1 trillion infrastructure bill

U.S. 07/29/21, 16:55

On Wednesday night, July 28, the Senate voted to begin work on a nearly $1 trillion infrastructure investment package, which helps move the bipartisan bill toward a formal debate and possible passage. After months of negotiations, the Senate voted 67-32 to start a formal Senate consideration toward debating the infrastructure deal ...

Rasmussen: Biden’s job approval falls to new low

U.S. 07/29/21, 01:48

President Joe Biden’s job performance fell to a new low on Wednesday, July 28, a half of a year since he took office, according to a survey by Rasmussen Reports. The daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 46% of “Likely U.S. Voters” approve the job President Biden is doing, the lowest ...

Former White House physician predicts Biden will be forced to resign

Uncategorized 07/26/21, 16:17

Dr. Ronny Jackson, a former White House physician, raised concerns about President Joe Biden's mental health recently. Jackson used to work as a White House doctor under Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump. He was elected as a Republican congressman from Texas last year. Appearing on Fox News's ...

CCP Virus vaccine debate divides Republicans

Opinion 07/25/21, 19:21

A fight over whether to promote Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus vaccines more aggressively is claimed to be dividing the Republican membership. Those concerned about the virus's return oppose a GOP minority that recently raised alarm about the national immunization program. Politico reported the widening split is evident on Capitol Hill ...

Biden administration cancels 2 Trump-era border wall contracts in Texas

Politics 07/24/21, 00:31

The Biden administration has decided to cancel two contracts issued under the Trump administration to build a border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas. U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced the two cancellations in a statement on Friday, July 23, making them the first terminations since the Homeland Security Department ...

Texas mayor ‘very frustrated’ about 2 million illegal border jumpers

U.S. 07/23/21, 19:50

Don McLaughlin is upset and annoyed about millions of illegal immigrants entering the country through the southern border. Fox News revealed more than 2 million aliens will unlawfully enter the United States before the end of 2021. This prompted the mayor of Uvalde, Texas to expose flaws in the Biden administration's ...

Key employees at Black Rifle Coffee found donating to Biden, Democrats–report

U.S. 07/23/21, 15:40

A number of high-profile employees at Black Rifle Coffee, a supposedly pro-America and pro-military coffee company, have been found donating money to Democrats, including its social media manager and magazine’s editor, who gave money to President Joe Biden. National File citing Federal Election Commission (FEC) records revealed that Ayse Altunisik—media manager, ...

US allies accuse Beijing of major Microsoft cyber attack

Australia & Oceania 07/20/21, 23:46

America, Australia, the European Union, United Kingdom, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and other countries publicly criticized the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). U.S. allies joined in blaming the CCP for orchestrating a major cyberattack on Microsoft and other breaches. "[China's] Ministry of State Security (MSS) has fostered an ecosystem of criminal contract hackers ...

Floridian faces up to 20 years in jail for 10-minute visit to Congress

D.C. 07/19/21, 22:27

Joseph Hackett could receive a 20-year prison sentence for spending just 10 minutes at the U.S. Capitol grounds. The Florida man allegedly joined the January 6 riots and was indicted on May 28. Paul Allard Hodgkins is the first person formally sentenced to spend eight months behind bars for allegedly entering ...

Bipartisan infrastructure bill will drop IRS funding provision says GOP Sen. Portman

U.S. 07/19/21, 18:33

A $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill will exclude proposed tougher tax enforcement, a Republican from Ohio said. Sen. Rob Portman is deeply concerned about his colleagues sacrificing a major Internal Revenue Service (IRS) revenue-raising measure, to rescue a bipartisan deal with the Democratic Party. Portman believes it is important to hold suspected tax ...

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