Senate Democrats Move to Check Supreme Court’s Decisions

Two Senators introduced a bill meant to give Congress more power to pass legislation directly in response to Supreme Court rulings that interpret federal statues or constitutional rights. According to Law360: The Supreme Court Review Act, introduced by Sens. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., and Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., would help guarantee that the power to make policy

Two Teens Charged with Hate Crimes in NYC Anti-White Attack

The pair of black teen girls, 15 and 16, face two hate crime charges in an early July attack that left a 57-year-old woman needing staples in her head. Police are still searching for a third girl. According to the New York Post: Two teenage girls accused of an “anti-white” attack on a Queens woman riding

At Least 6 Congressional Staffers Arrested After Sit-In at Schumer’s Office

17 staffers from various offices occupied Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s office with large banners, apparently hoping to pressure him to pressure Manchin to continue pursuing climate negotiations. The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz was live tweeting from the scene, where the staffers held signs and sang together. The sit-in follows a letter signed anonymously by more than

Bloomberg Retracts Story on Fox News Executives, Dominion Lawsuit

Bloomberg News retracted a story that appears to have been entirely fabricated. The agency reported that executives and talent at Fox News failed to turn over documents as part of ongoing litigation against Dominion Voting Systems. According to The Hill: “Bloomberg retracted a story published today saying that some Fox News executives and hosts had failed

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

Pelosi’s Husband Buys Millions in Tech Stocks Before Subsidy Vote

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, who has a history of suspiciously timed stock moves, has given critics one more to scrutinize. Just ahead of a vote next week to deliver billions in subsidies to boost chip manufacturing, Paul Pelosi bought 20,000 shares of Nvidia. Pelosi purchased the shares for roughly $5 million dollars less than