Hunter Biden Trial: A Scheme to Shield Joe and the DOJ

The Hunter Biden gun case isn’t just about holding the president’s son accountable. Some people see it as a political move to protect prosecutors and his father, the president. The case distracts from bigger issues like corruption. While there are interesting details about Hunter Biden’s life, like his struggles with drugs and relationships, the case … Read more

Jim Clyburn downplays concerns about Biden losing black voter support after recent polls

On Sunday, House leader Jim Clyburn (D-SC) downplayed recent polls showing a drop in support for President Biden among black male voters. Some polls have indicated that former President Donald Trump is gaining more support from black voters. However, Rep. Clyburn, 83, believes that black voters are still loyal to the Democratic Party. “I don’t … Read more

Joe Biden’s D-Day Address Falls Short of Ronald Reagan’s Legacy

Joe Biden’s recent trip to France revealed two key things: he’s not like Ronald Reagan, and he seemed to lack patriotism. During his visit, he also diminished historic heroes by using them to criticize Donald Trump and House Republicans. Traditionally, American presidents avoid partisan attacks while abroad, but Biden didn’t follow this rule. Despite his … Read more

Vance, Burgum, and Cotton React to Trump VP Shortlist Rumors

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum and Senators Tom Cotton and JD Vance have all downplayed rumors that they are on former President Donald Trump’s shortlist for vice president. As of last Wednesday, Burgum, Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and Vance (R-Ohio) were being considered by Trump’s campaign team, according to Fox News. They are also looking … Read more

Elections Strengthen Right Wing Parties, Bringing Fresh Perspectives to European Parliament

Elections in 27 countries for the European Parliament concluded on Sunday, with early projections indicating a strong performance by Right Wing Parties. This outcome, if confirmed, signifies a powerful expression of voter sentiment and a shift from the political mainstream. The election results suggest a changing tide for Europe’s political landscape. The new composition of … Read more

Impeachment, Not Praise, is What AG Merrick Garland Deserves

Merrick Garland is not a typical attorney general. He is currently refusing to give Congress audio recordings of President Joe Biden’s interviews about the president’s mishandling of classified documents. This is despite a congressional subpoena demanding these tapes. The Department of Justice (DOJ) is blocking Congress while prosecuting the Republican presidential candidate for the same … Read more

Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg to Testify Before Congress on Trump Conviction

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has agreed to testify before a GOP-led House committee about his hush-money case against former President Donald Trump. Last month, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) asked Bragg to testify on June 13 about the “political prosecution of President Trump.” Jordan also wants Bragg’s prosecutor, Matthew Colangelo, to testify. … Read more

Arizona Voters Share Opinions on Possible Trump VP Candidates

The race to choose former President Donald Trump’s vice president is heating up. At Trump’s town hall in Phoenix on Thursday, people had many different ideas about who should be his running mate. Some suggested South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, former presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, or simply “Not Nikki Haley.” Trump, seen here at the … Read more

James Carville Thinks Biden Shouldn’t Have Run Again

Veteran Democratic consultant James Carville wishes President Biden wasn’t running for re-election and worries young voters might not vote because of it. Carville, who helped former President Clinton win in 1992, shared his thoughts on 77 WABC radio’s “The Cats Roundtable” on Sunday. “I wasn’t thrilled about this choice,” Carville said. “I thought President Biden … Read more