Category: News

McCain Appointed to Biden Board

Cindy McCain’s transition to Democrat is complete. The widow of the late senator John McCain has endorsed Joe Biden for president and joined his presidential transition team as a board member. According to The Hill: Cindy McCain, the widow of the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), has joined the advisory board of Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s presidential transition

U.S. Makes History by Sanctioning a Foreign Court

The United States has sanctioned Iran’s court system over the execution of an Olympic wrestler. According to Fox News: EXCLUSIVE: For the first time, the United States will sanction foreign judges and a court for gross violations of human rights, as it targets Iran’s Revolutionary Court system for the execution of a 27-year-old wrestler and other abuses, according

Joe Manchin Shows Senate Dems Why he is the Voice of Reason

Senator Joe Manchin, a Democrat from West Virginia showed why he is the voice of reason among Senate Democrats by pushing back against calls to pack the court and end the filibuster. According to The Daily Caller: Democratic West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin said Wednesday that he opposes packing the Supreme Court or ending the

Princeton Panicking After Admission Triggers Investigation

Princeton stated that racism is “embedded” at the university and that admission triggered an investigation by the Department of Education. Now Princeton is panicking. According to The Washington Free Beacon: Princeton University has responded to a federal civil rights inquiry with a seemingly contradictory claim: Although the university does not discriminate against minorities, it is

China’s New Propaganda Tools Exposed

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has revealed that China is using state and local governments to push Chinese propaganda. According to The Washington Free Beacon: The Chinese Communist Party is engaged in an effort to infiltrate and conduct espionage on state and local U.S. governments, the latest front in a growing proxy war between America

Trump Hits Cuba With New Sanctions

President Trump has announced that he and his administration will place new sanctions on Cuba, further reversing the work Obama did to appease the Communist country. According to The Hill: President Trump on Wednesday announced that his administration would impose new sanctions on Cuba blocking American travelers from staying at Cuban government-owned properties and restricting imports

GOP Takes First Post-Ginsburg Case to the Supreme Court

The GOP is taking a case to limit mail-in voting in Pennsylvania to the Supreme Court in the first post-Ginsburg case. According to The Hill: Republicans plan to ask the Supreme Court to review a major Pennsylvania state court ruling that extended the due date for mail ballots in the key battleground state, teeing up

DOJ Designates 3 Cities as Pemitting ‘Anarchy

The Department of Justice has designated 3 cities for supporting or permitting anarchy. The three cities, which should come as no surprise are Seattle, Portland, and New York City. According to The Hill: The Justice Department announced Monday that New York City, Seattle and Portland, Ore., would be designated as jurisdictions “permitting violence and destruction

FBI Drops the Indictment Hammer on U.S. Spies

The FBI has indicted Chinese spies accused of hacking U.S. companies. According to Town Hall: #Breaking: #FBI & DOJ announces charges against Chinese nationals & the arrest of 2 individuals in Malaysia for computer hacking. #WantedWednesday https://t.co/nNFVPlAKKh pic.twitter.com/yMADOM2Uxl — FBI Washington Field (@FBIWFO) September 16, 2020 The Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued charges against

This Trump Crackdown Could Cost China $250 Million

A crackdown on slave labor could cost China $250 million according to a new report. As The Washington Free Beacon reported: The Trump administration banned the import of up to $250 million worth of Chinese goods produced using the forced labor of Uighurs as part of its ongoing effort to oppose Chinese human-rights abuses, according