US Debt-Ceiling Agreement Jeopardizes Biden's Ambitious Tax Reforms
President Joe Biden's campaign promise to increase taxes on wealthy Americans and corporations in order to fund social priorities came to an end for this presidential term. This occurred when he reached a debt ceiling agreement with Republicans on Saturday. The recent agreement on discretionary spending and the debt ceiling does not include any changes to tax rates that could generate more revenue.
Special Counsel Obtains Trump's Audio Recording Revealing Acknowledgment of Classified Document Retention
In a recent development, federal investigators have obtained an audio recording from July 2021 that captures former President Donald Trump acknowledging his possession of a classified Pentagon document even after leaving the White House. This significant piece of evidence, discovered during a meeting at Trump's Bedminster golf club in New Jersey, sheds light on the investigation into Trump's retention of sensitive records and potential obstruction of justice.
Mike Pence to Kickstart Presidential Campaign in the Coming Week
The 2024 Presidential election has constantly been trending, the reason being a lot of bigshots in the political spaces are coveting the position. We already know of the popular bigwigs like Donald Trump, Joe Biden- the current US president, even including Florida’s governor Ron DeSantis. Multiple sources have confirmed another contender joining the fray, a hotshot no less, and someone we were inclined to believe was Trump’s supporter-Michael Pence.
[Opinion] Indifference Is the Enemy of Democracy
Kenneth Roth is a senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School Carr Center for Human Rights Policy and the former executive director of Human Rights Watch. I won’t sugarcoat it: You are entering a world where some of the most basic values of our democracy are under attack. Some politicians have found political profit in demonizing certain minorities. Rather than appeal to a broad national community, they preach divisiveness and exclusion. The quest for political power has become an end that in their view justifies these means.
President Biden Falls During Air Force Commencement Ceremony
President Joe Biden appeared to fall during the United States Air Force Academy commencement on Thursday, where the Commander-in-Chief was congratulating those that were graduating from the program.
Top Republican Launches Another Legal Challenge Related to the 2022 Election, Citing New Evidence
One top Republican says she is launching another legal challenge to the results of the 2022 midterm election, continuing her battle in the courts to try and overturn the results of that election despite repeated losses in her previous cases.
President Biden falls again
President Biden stumbled over a sandbag during a speech he was giving at the U.S Airforce Academy. He was not injured, but the fall has again raised conversations about his overall health and abilities.
2024 Presidential Race Tightens Further, According to New Poll
According to a new poll released this week from YouGov with The Economist, the race for president in 2024 has tightened even further between former President Donald Trump and sitting President Joe Biden, were Trump to win the Republican primary.
Can we all just get along?!
In today's world, getting along with the mind-swinging American next to you is almost impossible. You turn on the news and the first thing you see is a morning news segment dedicated to thrashing a human's accountability on the opposite sides of which they "claim to be".
Over $90 Million Pledged to Help Aid Undocumented Residents in Long-Anticipated Relief Program
Over $90 million has been pledged to provide aid to undocumented residents in California that would not qualify for federal emergency funding following the heavy winter storms that battered the state this past year.
New Law Threatens Major Change to Social Media Platforms
A newly proposed law in California has caused ripples through the world of social media and journalism this week as it has continued through the state legislature, with social media companies such as Meta, the parent company of Facebook, voicing serious concerns and promising immediate action that could see major changes to how many people receive their news.
News Today Passage of the Debt Ceiling Agreement 2023
There was intense drama and consequence in passing the 2023 Debt Ceiling Agreement between Republicans and Democrats on the House floor today June 1, 2023. In a 314-117 vote, lawmakers agreed to suspend the federal debt ceiling for two years, days before the U.S. was projected to exhaust its borrowing power.
Trump vs. DeSantis & Musk: The Savage Meme That's Shaking Up the Media
Former President Donald Trump is making fun of his top opponent for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination by posting savage memes on Truth Social. One such meme that caught everyone's attention is, "Failure To Launch."
Social Security Benefits June 2023
President Joe Biden and House of Representatives Speaker Kevin McCarthy have come to a tentative debt ceiling agreement. It is to be finalized later today June 1, 2023. This bill will avoid the default of the United States on its debts and secure timely social security benefits for all Americans. The bill will suspend the debt limit until January 2025.
Floridians on the Verge of Cannabis Freedom: Trulieve's Smart & Safe Campaign Gains Traction
In a significant development for the cannabis industry, Trulieve Cannabis Corp, a leading U.S. cannabis company, announced today that the Florida Secretary of State has validated over 965,000 signatures for the Smart & Safe Florida campaign.
DeSantis Ramps Up the Crazy as Trump Promises to Violate the Constitution
In a shocking turn of events, former President Donald Trump has pledged to violate the U.S. Constitution's 14th Amendment by ending birthright citizenship, and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis appears to be following in his footsteps. As Trump positions himself for a potential 2024 presidential run, his controversial campaign promise has ignited a firestorm of debate, raising serious concerns about the erosion of constitutional rights.
Lipstick and cocktails: Exploring the mythical history of Dallas' most iconic lesbian bar
Where love, themed drinks, and dancing are weapons against judgment. Ah, lesbian bars, those mythical watering holes where women who love women gather and revel in the joy of lady-loving camaraderie.
Opinion: Speaker Kevin McCarthy Got the Votes on Debt Ceiling Bill. So What?
The bill raising the debt ceiling, effectively allowing the federal government to keep “its door open” until at least January 1, 2025, is being touted as a victory for Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy.
News Today, Trump Recordings and National Security
Former President Donald Trump has been recorded on tape, as reported by CNN News, speaking about classified documents he had while leaving The White House. Legal woes have clouded Former President Trump’s presidency during his time in office and even years later.
Opinion: Social Media, a Trip Down the Rabbit Hole or Just Having Fun?
In themselves, in their neighbors, workmates, and relatives back in New York. They want to know how everyone is doing, how the reunion went, if their brother got the ’52 Buick running, and if Grandma is doing okay.