Monthly Archives: December 2020

December 31

McConnell: “The Senate Is Not Going To Be Bullied”

McConnell: “The Senate Is Not Going To Be Bullied”

December 31

Gov. Abbott Makes It Clear: No Gov’t Shutdowns In The Lone Star State

Gov. Abbott Makes It Clear: No Gov’t Shutdowns In The Lonestar State

December 30

Pelosi Slams McConnell Over “Poison Pill” Stimulus Check Bill

Pelosi Slams McConnell Over “Poison Pill” Stimulus Bill

December 30

Sen Hawley Will Join House Republicans To Force Debate Over Electoral College Results

Sen Hawley Will Join House Republicans To Force Debate Over Electoral College Results

December 30

McConnell Introduces New Bill For Stimulus Checks, Section 230, And Election Integrity

McConnell Introduces New Bill For Stimulus Checks, Section 230, And Election Integrity

December 29

Ivanka Trump’s Tweet Launches Rumors Of Presidential Run

Ivanka Trump’s Tweet Launches Rumors Of Presidential Run

December 29

McConnell Blocks $2,000 Stimulus Check Vote

By Claire Hardwick Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is not bowing down to President Trump and progressive leaders’ demands for a $2,000 stimulus check vote. In just a few days, this is the second time McConnell has split with the president over his desired legislation, marking a new path for the Republican Party.  While President […]

December 29

Trump Splits Party Over Defense Bill

Trump Splits Party Over Defense Bill

December 29

Republicans Need To Get Serious About Government Spending

Republican or conservative ideals used to be very simple: limited size of government, limited taxes, more individual liberty. The interpretation of these ideals are expressed through various legislation, but the premise remains the same. But somehow, during the last four years and under a Republican president, the United States Congress has passed the largest spending […]

December 22

The Irony Of Trump Using The Term “RINO”

The Irony Of Trump Using The Term “RINO”