GOP Opposition Awaits Trump’s Infrastructure Push

President Trump wants an infrastructure bill to make its way through Congress but it appears that it will face opposition from his own party. According to The Hill: President Trump’s election-year push for a $1 trillion infrastructure spending bill to boost the struggling economy faces strong opposition from Senate Republicans. GOP senators are warning that

New Trial Indicates Common Drug Significantly Reduces Coronavirus Deaths

In a major breakthrough against the coronavirus, a new trial is indicating that a common drug significantly reduces coronavirus related deaths. According to The Hill: A clinical trial in Great Britain has found that a cheap, widely available drug reduces deaths from coronavirus in severely ill patients on ventilators by one-third, which researchers hailed as

Former Top Election Official Warns of Mass Mail-In Vote

Former Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is slamming current SOS Jocelyn Benson for sending almost 8 million unsolicited ballots to voters. Johnson said that this could be illegal and sets the stage for fraud. According to The Washington Free Beacon: Michigan’s former top elections official said that Democrats’ decision to send unsolicited absentee ballot

Trump Campaign Announces Temp Checks and Masks for Rally Attendees

The Trump campaign has announced that rally attendees will be provided with masks and will have to undergo temperature checks. According to The Hill: Attendees at President Trump‘s rally in Oklahoma on Saturday will be given temperature checks, masks and hand sanitizer before entering the arena, the campaign said Monday, the first indication that there will

Christopher Columbus Statues Under Attack in the US

Statues of Christopher Columbus have come under attack since the protests and riots began. According to The Hill: Statues of Christopher Columbus were targeted by protesters in Massachusetts and Virginia on Tuesday night in an act of solidarity with indigenous peoples. The 8-foot-tall memorial to the explorer in Richmond, Va., was pulled down with ropes

Trump Admin Considering Drilling Near Florida After Election

Due to the unpopularity of drilling in the state of Florida the Trump administration could consider drilling in the state once the election is over in November. According to The Hill: The Trump administration could reportedly pursue oil and gas drilling off the coast of Florida after the presidential election this November. Four sources told Politico about

US Ambassador to Guinea Passes Away Unexpectedly

The US Ambassador to Guinea passed away unexpectedly according to the State Department. According to The Hill: Simon Henshaw, the U.S. ambassador to Guinea, died Tuesday evening, the State Department said. “The U.S. Embassy Conakry community regrets to inform that Ambassador Simon Henshaw passed away this evening at home,” U.S. Embassy in Conakry tweeted on Tuesday. “We

Trump Admin Hits Iranian Shipping Company Tied to WMDs With Sanctions

The Trump administration has placed sanctions on an Iranian shipping company tied to a WMD program. According to The Washington Free Beacon: The Trump administration on Monday reimposed sanctions on Iran’s shipping industry due to its efforts to import ballistic missile technology and other equipment used as part of Tehran’s weapons of mass destruction program.

REPORT: Over 8500 Airmen Apply to Join Space Force

Trump’s Space Force seems to be gaining in popularity as a new report shows over 8500 U.S. Airmen have applied to join the force. According to The Hill: More than 8,500 airmen volunteered to join the Space Force during May, the first month applications to transfer into the military’s newest branch were accepted, it said Tuesday.

Trump Promises Police Will Not Be Defunded

President Trump has openly stated that the police will not be defunded, at least not under his watch. According to The Hill: President Trump and his allies on Monday lashed out at activists and some Democrats for their support of the “defund the police” movement, seeking to draw a contrast with the administration’s embrace of law enforcement amid nationwide