Section 2302 of the CARES Act is very costly and administratively burdensome, and it doesn’t achieve the objective of stabilizing our businesses so they can keep the workforce employed.
Who would have expected that a month after the impeachment circus, we’d be staring into the face of another quid pro quo? This time from progressive icon Nancy Pelosi.
After spiking a bipartisan Senate bill aimed at relieving the millions of American’s affected by the Wuhan coronavirus Sunday, Nancy Pelosi sneaked non-related, radical Democratic wish-list items into her own COVID-19 bill overnight.
When reporting on the Democratic blunder, The New York Times got the headline right the first time, only to change it three times to appease readers.
On Tuesday, as Illinois votes in the presidential primary, voters will consider a consequential question: do the 1 in 3 Democrats who identify as pro-life deserve representation in Congress?
The nation’s central bank stated in an emergency that it was ‘prepared to use its full range of tools’ to keep the economy afloat.
Joe Biden secured the endorsement of longtime South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn Monday days before the first southern contest of the primary.
John Bolton said Wednesday during a university forum with his predecessar Susan Rice that his testimony would have changed nothing in the impeachment trial.
Claire Chase is a businesswoman and mother of two running to win back her historically red district in New Mexico’s 2nd congressional district.
Protestors sported signs demanding Trump’s removal as the Senate voted 52-48 to acquit Trump of the charges for “abuse of power” and “obstruction of Congress.”
Trump surprised a military spouse attending the State of the Union address with her two kids Tuesday night with by bringing home their father.
Adam Schiff argued that President Donald Trump might sell Alaska to the Russians if not removed from office by the Senate this week.
The House Energy and Commerce committee held a hearing Wednesday to consider legislation aimed at promoting racism and sexism in the media industry.
If Democrats had taken their job seriously in the House, the following people already would have come forward to testify during impeachment proceedings.
The announcement comes as members of her own party began to up pressure on the House speaker to hand over the articles for an impeachment trial to begin.
McConnell joins a dozen other GOP co-sponsors who have signed onto the resolution put forward by Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri.
For every day that Nancy Pelosi keeps her hand on the articles so they don’t get to the Senate, Republicans’ case against impeachment grows stronger.
Nancy Pelosi told Democrats she would hold the articles of impeachment hostage until Mitch McConnell offered details on how a trial will be conducted.
While the political aspects of a quasi-jury are undeniable, it is neither entirely one of the other, but instead something in between.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited President Donald Trump to deliver his State of The Union address on Feb. 4, the day after the Iowa caucuses.
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