Pastors Lament Polling Showing Only 46% of Tennesseans Believe Joe Biden won the 2020 Election
Southern Christian Coalition calls on leaders to combat misinformation. In response to a recently released poll suggesting only 46% of Tennesseans believe Joe Biden legitimately won the 2020 election, pastors affiliated with the Southern Christian Coalition called on state leaders to take action to combat misinformation.
Only 18% of Texans strongly approve of President Biden. Do you?
On Sunday, a Dallas Morning News-University of Texas at Tyler poll was released. The poll asked a series of questions to Texan voters to determine their opinions on several political issues.
Ukraine Aid Package Totaling Roughly $40 Billion Stalled In The Senate By Rand Paul
Rand Paul, a Kentucky Republican Senator and long time libertarian has orchestrated a pause on an aid package that would assist Ukraine in the Russian invasion. The aid package is largely bipartisan and both the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel and President Biden have advocated support for the package amongst their constituents.
Fed program gives low-income Coloradans free or discounted internet
(Denver, Colo.) A new federal program offers steep discounts on high-speed internet for millions of low-income Americans. During the pandemic, it became clear how essential internet access was for people who had to work and attend school from their homes. President Joe Biden said expanding internet access was one of his top priorities.
Biden's New Proposal Would Increase How Much Rich Pay In Taxes
The White House just shared a new minimum tax on billionaires that would completely change how individuals are taxed in the United States. The proposal is sure to generate fierce opposition from Republicans and others and would include a minimum rate for all Americans with a wealth of more than $100 million. In this plan, the minimum rate would be 20% of this group’s total annual income. Unrealized gains — such as unsold stocks and bonds — would be included in the total. (source)
Race hustling, black equity, and the student loan debt debate (Opinion)
In today’s episode of how to use blacks and race hustling in any political agenda. Let’s talk about it!. On April 6, President Joe Biden announced that his administration would extend the student loan repayment pause through Aug. 31, 2022.
Gov Abbott delivers on his word to bus migrants to Washington after the White House called this plan a 'publicity stunt'
The White House called Governor Abbott's plan to send migrants to Washington, DC, on charter buses a publicity stunt until the Texas governor delivered on his word. Governor Greg Abbott of Texas.Gage Skidmore / Flickr.
Opinion: Biden Shows Strength as World Leader
Photo by William Navarro on UnsplashPhoto by William Navarro on Unsplash. I’m feeling the price of everything. The cost of my fast food yesterday was ridiculous. Who knows how much I’ll spend filling up my tank tomorrow. Thankfully, I still have the democratic right to complain about it, to make choices, and to vote.
Consumer Group Applauds Biden Administration Action to Relieve Medical Debt
National Consumer Law Center says White House action will benefit patients. Following an announcement that the White House is taking action to offer consumers relief from medical debt, the National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) applauded the move and said it would benefit patients who are struggling with debt as a result of an illness.
Zelenskyy Calls US Sanctions 'Half-measures', Want Them to Be Like Nuclear Weapons
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged countries worldwide not to take 'half-measures' to end the conflict by asking for harsher sanctions against the Russian Federation. Zelenskyy told Republic Media Network's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami that sanctions are "new state-of-the-art weaponry" and that the world needs to use all-powerful penalties against Russia to stop the war.
Biden's Approval Rating Falls To Record Low This Week
President Biden ListeningPhoto by Gage Skidmore (Creative Commons) President Biden has had a very rough month of March. Recently revealed information shows Biden's overall approval rating has declined to 40 percent, and the survey revealed that 55 percent of respondents did not approve of how he is doing as president. (source)
Opinion: Biden Bounces Back as Ratings Rise
Photo by Shane on UnsplashPhoto by Shane on Unsplash. Biden tripped midway while climbing the stairs to AirForce One last year. It's not surprising. He's our oldest President. When inaugurated, he was 78. Trump was 74 when taking office. Obama was 47. In the video, he reaches to pull himself up and falls again. As if that wasn’t enough, he goes on to stumble.
(Opinion) Biden Wants Workers To Go Back To The Office And Stop Remote Working
woman sitting with computerPhoto by Mimi Thian (Creative Commons) President Biden is ready for workers to go back to work and stop working remotely. For the second time over the course of the last week, President Biden urged for an end to remote work, framing the much-delayed return to the office for millions of white-collar workers as a necessary move for the United States to advance past the pandemic.
Covid Treatment Funding Is At Risk Of Running Out
Congress is in a stalemate to pass a funding bill that included $15.6 in Covid aid. If a funding plan is not passed funding for critical treatments would shift to private insurance and out of pocket cost to Americans who require medical attention for their infection.
Will Student Loan Repayments Be Delayed Again?
Early in the Covid-19 pandemic, former President Trump paused student loan repayment in an effort to provide economic relief when the American employment landscape was facing unprecedented challenges. The pause has since been upheld by President Biden. In December, the administration announced a repayment delay that would end May 1, 2022. Will this deadline be extended?
The Philly Four: President Biden stopping in Philadelphia to address Democrats
President Joe Biden will visit Philadelphia on Friday to address House Democrats ahead of midterm elections and to tout the American Rescue Plan. Democrats across the country are gearing up for intense challenges as gas prices and inflation continue to rise across the country. Biden spoke in D.C. on Thursday and said the Democrats should be proud of their accomplishments, like strong job growth.
Texas Governor Investigating Child Abuse in Sex Reassignment Industry
The National Association of Practising Psychiatrists. The Texas Governor and Texas Attorney General recently joined forces to establish the groundwork for new legislation that would, at least in theory, protect children with gender dysphoria from child abuses ranging from medical and psychiatric malpractices to household psychological abuse.
The U.S. buys $22 million of oil from Russia while sending $350 million in military aid to Ukraine
The United States' role in the Ukraine and Russia conflict has seen the nation in the public eye for continuing to buy $22 million in Russian oil. While at the same time, sending $350 million in U.S. military aid to Ukraine, according to reports.
Fox News Tucker Carlson backtracks on his comments about Putin but continues to blame everything on Biden Administration
After Russia began to attack a Ukrainian nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, Tucker Carlson backtracked on comments of support that he had been making recently. However, he found a way to blame everything on President Joe Biden's Administration.