Tag: Congress

Dems to End Federal Death Penalty

The Democrats have moved to end the death penalty at the federal level. According to The Washington Free Beacon: More than 70 House and Senate Democrats announced Tuesday that they will reintroduce a bill ending the federal death penalty, enacting one of President-elect Joe Biden’s campaign promises. Spearheaded by incoming Senate majority whip Dick Durbin

Radical Congresswoman’s Neighbor to Fly Israeli Flag

The congressperson occupying the office next to radical Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib will fly an Iraeli flag. According to The Washington Free Beacon: Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s (D., Mich.) new neighbor in her congressional office building intends to fly an Israeli flag as a statement against Tlaib’s anti-Israel stance. Freshman Rep. Kat Cammack (R., Fla.), who has

Navy to Add New Subs

The United States Navy will add new submarines by 2045. According to Fox News: New Virginia-class attack submarines are being built with a massive increase in firepower, much more sensitive and with powerful sonar detection and a new generation of computing, navigation, and command and control systems … and the Navy does not have enough of them.

GOP Voters Wants Legislators to be ‘More Like President Trump’

A new survey shows that GOP voters want GOP legislators to “be more like President Trump.” According to Town Hall: The party has changed. We all saw this in 2016. Four years later, the transformation is complete. President Donald J. Trump is the Republican Party. Those on the Hill unwilling to fight could see themselves

McConnell Heaps Praise on Trump

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is heaping praise on President Trump for signing the COVID relief bill into law. According to Fox News: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell praised President Trump late Sunday for signing a $900 billion pandemic package and a $1.4 trillion government funding bill to avert a government shutdown. McConnell said in

Trump Signs COVID Relief Spending Bill

President Trump has signed the COVID relief spending bill relieving lawmakers and averting a shutdown. According to Fox News: President Trump’s Sunday night decision to sign the combination COVID relief/government spending plan averts a shutdown tomorrow night. The government was funded through 11:59 p.m. Monday. But Mr. Trump’s signature means the government is now funded through September 30, 2021. The

Demands for Pelosi to Remove Swalwell Grow

Republicans are now demanding that Speaker Nancy Pelosi remove compromised Rep. Eric Swalwell from the House Intel Committee. According to The Washington Free Beacon: Reps. Jim Banks (R., Ind.) and Chip Roy (R., Texas), along with 15 other House Republicans, drafted a letter Tuesday to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) calling for Rep. Eric

Trump Sends Message to Congress on Relief

Trump has sent a message to Congress in regards to a new round of coronavirus relief, “go big or go home.” STIMULUS! Go big or go home!!! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 13, 2020 According to The Hill: President Trump urged Congress to “go big or go home” on another round of coronavirus stimulus, amid

Pelosi and Schumer Encouraged by Trump?

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer are encouraged by President Trump’s calls for increased coronavirus relief. According to The Hill: Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Wednesday they were “encouraged” after President Trump’s tweet urging Republicans to go for a larger coronavirus relief package after months of stalled negotiations. Trump’s tweet

White House Considering ‘Unilateral’ Action on Coronavirus Relief

The White House is reportedly considering “unilateral” action to get coronavirus relief to Americans after attempts by Congress have continuously stalled. According to The Daily Wire: Monday morning, a White House official told Fox News that, while the president is hopeful that Congressional negotiations may continue, the administration is preparing for exigent circumstances. “As the negotiations continue