Despite placing 27th on the approval leaderboard among other governors, Abbott will likely get re-elected this year
Governor Greg DeSantis will likely get re-elected this year after placing number 27 on the approval rating survey with 41%, way below the Florida governor. Despite this, Governor Abbott could potentially get re-elected.
Document shared by lawmaker reveals how DeSantis backing Putin resulted in a loss of $200 million in retirement funds
A document that a Republican Lawmaker has shared has reportedly alleged how Governor DeSantis' backing of Russian President Putin led to a loss of Florida's $200 million in Retirement Funds.
Opinion: DeSantis' Stop Woke Won't Stop Woke
Photo by Brian Wangenheim on UnsplashPhoto by Brian Wangenheim on Unsplash. Conversations between the Left and Right are a little strained, if you haven't noticed. The Left is still seething at Trump’s ridicule. The Right continues to roll its eyes at "liberal" media.
The DeVos family has donated almost $200 million to keep Republican governors as leaders since 1999
Since 1999, Betsy DeVos' family has reportedly donated almost $200 million as regular donors to several Republican leaders who preceded Governor DeSantis -- including the governor himself.
Despite placing 22nd on the approval leaderboard among other governors, DeSantis will likely get re-elected this year
Governor Ron DeSantis will likely get re-elected this year after placing number 22 on the approval rating survey with 56%, mainly because of his influence and the massive financial capital he has behind him.
Abbott's border plan led to zero migrant detentions & not a single illegal drug seizure after costing taxpayers billions
Governor Abbott's Texas border control proclamation has resulted in not a single migrant being detained, and up to so far, there has not been any illegal drug seizure. This is after costing taxpayers over $4 billion, a report has found.
Representative caught with loaded gun at airport
House Creative Committee, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. North Carolina U.S Representative, Madison Cawthorn, was caught with a gun at checkpoint D in Charlotte Douglas International Airport on Tuesday - the second time in 14 months he had been stopped while traveling with a firearm.
DeSantis' map could reduce districts where Black voters are a majority, thus making it tricky for Democrats to win votes
Governor DeSantis' 20R-8D Florida map could potentially reduce the number of districts where Black voters are a majority and make it difficult for Democrats to win votes. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' 20R-8D map stands a chance of making it difficult for Democrats to win anywhere north of Orlando or outside major cities, Dave Wasserman, who analyzes House races as a senior editor at The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter, wrote on Twitter.
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.
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: Fake News Claims Raise False Flags
Photo by Kayla Velasquez on UnsplashPhoto by Kayla Velasquez on Unsplash. People often post “fake news” under articles. Usually, it’s a false flag. For an article to be “fake news”, it has to have bad facts. “Fake news” is a false flag when it responds to articles that contain true facts. Rather than warning of fake facts, these online notifications of “fake news” may be complaints about a “fakeness” in the spin of the text.
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.
Using Fear, Faulty Facts, & False Fronts
Photo by Annie Spratt on UnsplashPhoto by Annie Spratt on Unsplash. So many of us sit in front of screens - our eyes glued to the latest on the stock market. We gasp and shutter at each rise and fall. At the end of the day, we speculate on the causes. We try to imagine future positions.
Queen City Roundup 2/24: Election filing opens in NC, Mecklenburg's 'mini' COVID grants and more
(Courtesy of City of Charlotte) (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) Good Thursday morning, Charlotteans! It is Feb. 24, and election filing is now open across North Carolina after a December delay. We'll tell you about the new congressional map that allowed filing to reopen, and how politicians around the Queen City have responded.
Democratic lawmakers in Texas slam Governor Abbott's decision to deploy thousands of personnel to the U.S.-Mexico border
Governor Greg Abbott's decision to deploy thousands of soldiers to the U.S. and Mexico borders has been slammed by Democratic Lawmakers and criticized as a "waste of resources".
Farmers Will Be Incentivized To Donate Produce To Feed the Hungry if This Bill Advances Through Florida’s Senate
A Republican Senator, Jason Brodeur of Sanford is sponsoring new legislation under SB1832 which successfully passed the first of three hurdles of approval on Wednesday January 26.
"Doomsday Glacier" Threatens to Erase Florida Keys
Florida is already depressed on low-laying grounds. The sun-kissed peninsula is mainly made of flimsy limestone. Most coastline cities and towns are barely keeping the streets above the water.