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Biden Heads to NYC Amid Dramatic Spike in Crime

President Joe Biden will travel to New York next week to meet with Mayor Eric Adams about a surge in violent crimes. While the meeting will reportedly focus on gun crime, the city has seen a significant rise in disturbing subway-related attacks despite ridership being down. Assaults and stabbings, at least two fatal, are becoming

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer Will Retire This Year

Liberal Justice Stephen Breyer announced his intention to retire at the end of the current Supreme Court term. He has served over two decades on the bench after being nominated by former President Bill Clinton in 1994. His retirement gives President Joe Biden his first opportunity to fill a Supreme Court position. Biden pledged to

Biden’s Border Hypocrisy

Biden’s domestic border policy leaves much to be desired. However, when it comes to other countries, the Biden administration does not mince words. According to Town Hall: President Joe Biden’s deputy national security adviser told CNN on Tuesday how important it is for a country’s border to be respected and to be treated as sovereign.

State Department Empties Embassy, Biden Weighs Troop Deployment to Ukraine

Amid rising tension as Russia continues building up its presence on the Ukraine border, the State Department ordered families of personnel to leave the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv. The Department also changed its Ukraine and Russia travel advisories to “do not travel”. This afternoon, President Joe Biden is taking calls with European leaders as he

DC March for Life Strikes Optimistic Tone

The annual March for Life rally took place Friday in DC, one day before the 49th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision. Church groups, students, and young people made up a large number of the marchers, who were in an optimistic mood this year in light of the Supreme Court’s recent actions. According to

Psaki Prescribes Margaritas as White House Downplays Dem Anxiety

Press Secretary Jen Psaki has some advice for Democrat voters who are disappointed with the administrations growing list of failures: margaritas. Appearing on Friday morning’s “The View”, she offered this gem: “My advice to everyone out there who’s frustrated, sad, angry, pissed off, feel those emotions, go to a kickboxing class, have a margarita, do

Biden’s Biggest Press Conference Blunder

Yesterday, President Joe Biden gave his first solo press conference in nearly two years. One comment in particular caused strong reactions around the world that lead to a full blown clean up effort this morning. In response to a question about Russia’s seemingly inevitable invasion of Ukraine, Biden’s answer made a clear distinction between a

President Joe Biden Holds Second Press Conference of Presidency

Today at 4:00 PM EST, President Joe Biden will give only the second solo formal press conference of his presidency. His first solo White House presser was on March 20th of 2020. He is expected to answer questions on the future of COVID mitigation, inflation fears, nuclear threats, Russia, and Donald Trump. Please join us

Biden Planning PR Tour to Win Back Voter Approval

As his first year in office comes to a close, President Joe Biden continues to find himself on the losing side. Senior administration officials now say Biden is planning a comeback tour that pushes legislation aside for direct communication with voters. They say that while the White House will continue private negotiations with Congress, they

Rep. Owens: Biden Agenda Doesn’t Represent MLK

Freshman Rep. Burgess Owens (R-UT) took issue with President Joe Biden’s contrary attempts to channel the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Noting King was a leader who commanded respect and preached unity, he criticized the Administration for using demeaning implications in its quest to pass voting legislation. He also lamented the tactics used by Black