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House GOP Strips Liz Cheney’s Leadership Role as She Refuses to Back Trump

House GOP Strips Liz Cheney’s Leadership Role as She Refuses to Back Trump

Republican Congressional members once again proved they believe former President Trump’s reelection in 2020 was stolen, and anyone who disagrees will suffer their wrath. On May 11, 2021, after months of bad-mouthing one of their own, the lower chamber GOP member voted to strip Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney of her position as the 3rd highest […]

Remembering 93-Year-Old Walter Mondale the ‘Fritz’

Remembering 93-Year-Old Walter Mondale the ‘Fritz’

Walter Mondale, former vice president under Jimmy Carter’s presidency and is remembered as the first presidential candidate to choose a female, Geraldine Ferraro, as his running mate. Fritz made his transition on Monday, April 19, 2021; he was 93. He was born January 5, 1928, in Ceylon, Minnesota, and eventually relocated to Elmore. Mondale began his […]

Washington DC Pays for Federal Representation and Deserves Statehood

Washington DC Pays for Federal Representation and Deserves Statehood

For the second time in a little over a year, the House of Representatives passed “statehood for Washington D.C.” legislation. In approved in the Senate, the appropriately named bill — H.R. 51 — would finally give American citizens who already bear the responsibilities of citizenship their full rights and privileges. H.R. 51 first passed on […]

Biden’s SECDEF Demands Drastic Change of Military Screening Process

Biden’s SECDEF Demands Drastic Change of Military Screening Process

Biden’s Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin, ordered the military to come up with a process to weed out prospective candidates in a memo dated Friday, April 9, 2021. This comes after active and retired military personnel were found among those who bombarded the Capitol on January 6. The Biden administration hopes this process will alert […]

ATF Director Nominee an Ardent Gun Control Advocate May Face Opposition

ATF Director Nominee an Ardent Gun Control Advocate May Face Opposition

Temporary directors have led the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) since 2015. The gun lobbyists on both sides made sure nominees did not become official ATF heads, and David Chipman, President Joe Biden’s choice, may not win Senate approval either. His nomination announcement was made on Wednesday evening, according to NPR on […]

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