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NRSC: Sen. Daines Reacts to President Biden’s State of the Union Address

Steve Daines is a Republican Senator from Montana who has been serving in the United States Senate since January 2015, and he is the Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC). Senator Daines advocates for small government policies, lower taxes, and reduced regulations, which largely goes against the agenda of President Biden’s administration, as

Biden’s Biggest Talking Points From The State of the Union

On Tuesday, Joe Biden gave the second State of the Union Address of his presidency where he touted the few accomplishments of his administration and outlined his future goals while in office. Biden surprisingly pushed many Republican-style policies on infrastructure, manufacturing, and jobs. “My economic plan is about investing in places and people that have been

Breaking: Chinese Spy Balloon – Biden Sec. of State Postpones China Trip

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has indefinitely postponed his trip to China following the recently confirmed Chinese state-owned balloon flying in United States air space over Montana for potential spying purposes. While the trip was never announced to the public, Blinken was scheduled to travel to Beijing this weekend and meet with President Xi to

BREAKING: McCarthy Officially Kicks Two Democrats Off Committees

Newly elected Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) formally rejected two of the three Democratic congressmen he formally said he said he would, including Reps. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Eric Swalwell (D-CA), but leaving out Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN.) In his statement barring the two from serving on particular House committees, McCarthy said: “I

New Poll Shows Trump Leading Biden in Iowa

A new New Emerson College poll put together a hypothetical 2024 election match-up between Trump and Biden. Iowa voters were asked about the hypothetic, and probable, 2024 matchup between Trump and Biden, and the findings show that Trump would be leading by 8 points. 47% of likely Iowa favored Trump, while 39% said they would

Inflation stays on the rise, and August was even faster than expected as the consumer price index hits 8.3%. Although gas prices have gone down in recent months, overall prices of goods continue to rise. As the economy faces a recession, consumer price indexes hitting new highs spells bad news for the economy. Just moments

Vulnerable Democrats Are Silent on the Inflation Reduction Act

On Tuesday, the Department of Labor released the CPI Index which rose a dramatic 8.3% over August 2021. This report was released just weeks after President Biden signed “The Inflation Reduction Act” into law. The release of the CPI comes just less than two months before vulnerable Democrats are up for election across the country.

Biden Appoints Hunter Laptop Denier to White House Intel Board

Joe Biden has appointed an ex-intel officer and MSNBC pundit, Jeremy Bash, who denied the Hunter Biden laptop story to the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board. American Military News Reports: Bash previously served in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and U.S. Department of Defense and works as a commentator for NBC and MSNBC. Bash joined 50

Does Anyone Care About January 6th Hearings? Polls Avoid Asking

Recent polls asking voters about their priorities have steadfastly avoided directly asking about, or even mentioning, the January 6th hearings. Instead, some pollsters use terms similar to the left’s rhetoric surrounding the events at the Capitol in order to avoid embarrassing headlines about the apparent lack of interest. As David Freddoso of the Washington Examiner notes, there

Petition to Impeach Justice Clarence Thomas Nears a Million Signatures

Following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and while his wife is embroiled in controversy related to January 6th, over 800,000 people have signed a petition calling for the justice’s impeachment. The petition was created by the liberal advocacy group MoveOn. It has just over 873,000 signatures as of Saturday afternoon. It criticized Thomas’ concurring