Liz Cheney is Ready to Lose but Vows to Take Revenge

Despite the party and its voters turning against her, Cheney vowed to continue her efforts to stop former President Donald Trump from being reelected even if she loses her primary, which is looking inevitable at this point. According to the New York Times: The most closely watched primary of 2022 has not become much of a

FBI Director Calls Allegations About Hunter Biden Coverup ‘Troubling’

FBI Director Christopher Wray said accusations against an FBI agent alleging a partisan effort to suppress information in the investigation into Hunter Biden’s business activities are “deeply troubling.” Wray was speaking at a Senate Judiciary Committee oversight hearing when he condemned the reported actions of Timothy Thibault. Thibault, it was noted, was recently put on leave after

FDA Considering Splitting Vaccine Doses to Increase Supply

The Biden administration is seeking ways to get more vaccines into more Americans by dividing the current smallpox vaccine, which is being used to prevent monkeypox, into five smaller doses. The administration recently declared a national emergency in response to a growing number of cases. According to The Hill: FDA Commissioner Robert Califf said during a briefing that

McConnell Tempers Midterm Expectations After Recent Primary Outcomes

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is changing his tune on how many Senate seats Republicans will flip in the midterm elections after a number of Trump-backed candidates beat out more traditionally conservative candidates. President Biden’s poor approval ratings and the historical pattern of the president’s party losing seats in the middle of their first

Kansas Votes to Preserve Abortion Rights

In a stunning warning sign for Republicans, the overwhelmingly conservative state has voted down an amendment to its state constitution which would have allowed its Legislature to further restrict or ban abortion. The referendum is the first in the country since Roe was overturned by the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs. Dave Wasserman was the first to call

Taiwan Broadcaster Reveals Date of Pelosi’s Arrival

Despite warnings from the Biden administration and threats from China, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is reportedly set to visit Taiwan on Tuesday evening. Her office has not made those plans public, but Taiwanese media have been reporting it. According to The Hill: Pelosi’s congressional delegation tour kicked off Monday in Singapore, and her office has confirmed Malaysia, South Korea and

Can Republicans Learn from Glenn Younkin’s Success in Virginia?

The political newcomer ran an extremely successful campaign to become the first Republican governor of the state since 2009. He now enjoys broad bipartisan support as he largely stays out of national politics to focus on local issues. According to The Hill: Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) has a 49 percent approval among his constituents just a few

Biden Tests Positive for Rebound COVID

Much like Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Joe Biden has tested positive with “rebound” COVID after being treated with Paxlovid. Though the President currently feels “fine”, his symptoms could come back much worse as they did in Fauci’s case. White House physician Dr. Kevin C. O’Connor said in a meme released by the White House that

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