Schumer’s mistake was made while killing the police reform bill of Republican Sen. Tim Scott, who is African American, without even debating it.
One week after branding Trump’s visit to a historic church as a dictatorial photo op, legacy media lavishes praise of Democratic photo op.
David Marcus joined “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to discuss his front-page article for the New York Post calling to end the NYC lockdown.
The House is gone. The elections are months away. The Senate has already passed $3.5 trillion in coronavirus relief aid. It’s time to move on judges.
There are reasons major companies got massive loans from the Senate’s ‘small business’ bailout while thousands of small businesses that applied immediately were told there was no money left.
Pressure is growing among congressional Democrats within their own ranks to pass critical funding to save small businesses after program funds depleted.
After delaying negotiations for three days, Democrats are now trying to carve out a victory, claiming they fought for items that were already in the original draft of the bill.
The coronavirus relief bill congressional Democrats are pushing has all the hallmarks of Obama’s 2009 stimulus package: welfare funding disguised as relief.
This is not an emergency virus bill. It is a Democratic election wish list, at a time hundreds are dying, thousands are losing their businesses, and millions are out of work in the United States.
Sen. Kennedy said the American people are thinking, “that this country was founded by geniuses, but is being run by a bunch of idiots.”
Just beyond — and in the midst of — the public health and financial liquidity crises is the expansive and potentially devastating solvency crisis.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s coronavirus bill is not enough. It is not nearly enough. And if there is any hope of keeping the U.S. economy from free fall, its deficiencies must be addressed this week.
Erratic and threatening behavior from Democratic politicians may ultimately hurt Democrats’ election efforts in 2020.
Colorado and Montana are prime targets for Democrats this fall hoping to oust who they see as vulnerable Republican incumbents.
One month ago, on February 13, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer condemned President Donald Trump for “attacking” a federal judge.
Some activists in the media and elsewhere tried to downplay the Senate minority leader’s remarks by saying they echoed Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s words when he expressed concern for the country.
On the Senate floor, Mitch McConnell blasted Chuck Schumer over his threatening comments against Supreme Court justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch.
Sen. Josh Hawley announced plans to introduce a motion to censure Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for his threatening two Supreme Court justices.
‘Threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate, they are dangerous,’ said the chief justice.
During a pro-choice advocacy speech, Sen. Chuck Schumer made threatening remarks about Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.
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