Democrats play a dangerous game branding all Republicans 'extremists'

Democrats play a dangerous game branding all Republicans ‘extremists’

By Becket Adams When your go-to electoral strategy is to accuse all Republicans of being extremists, including even Mitt Romney and now the fleece-sporting centrist Glenn Youngkin, voters eventually tune out the warnings. That’s how actual extremists come to power, totally untouched by all the legitimate warnings regarding their actual extremism. One of the biggest […]

Biden is politicizing Justice Department, Republicans say

By Naomi Lin, White House Reporter President Joe Biden is politicizing the Justice Department, according to some Republican critics, echoing a charge he made against former President Donald Trump while vowing to be different. The White House insists the DOJ is independent of Biden as the department responds to Georgia’s election law, Texas’s abortion legislation, and parents who are […]

Grassley blasts Garland over DOJ school boards memo and Hunter Biden investigation

By Jerry Dunleavy, Justice Department Reporter The top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee plans to blast Attorney General Merrick Garland over his controversial school boards memo and will critique him over his handling of the Hunter Biden investigation . “In less than a year the Department has moved as far left as it can go,” Sen. Chuck Grassley of […]

Biden’s poll numbers are even worse than they seem

By Ron Faucheux A deep dive into the data should put a Halloween scare into the White House – and the Democratic Party. President Joe Biden’s dropping poll numbers are worse than they seem. A deep dive into the data shows two overlooked problems that most news stories haven’t caught: an intensity problem and a […]

Democratic tax hikes: What’s on the table and what’s been abandoned

By Zachary Halaschak, Economics Reporter Democrats have floated a wide menu of tax hikes to pay for their infrastructure and social spending package. Here is what has been proposed and what has a chance of becoming law. It has been months since President Joe Biden’s administration first announced plans for sweeping legislation intended to improve healthcare, retirement, […]

Good Samaritans Rescue Distressed Woman Preparing to Jump From Bridge in Massachusetts

By Louise Brevan Seeing a distressed woman who had climbed over a railing of a bridge in West Springfield, Massachusetts, a number of good Samaritans stopped their cars and rushed to her aid, pulling her to safety and possibly saving her life. The civilians have since been recognized by Police Commissioner Cheryl Clapprood, and Springfield Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, for […]

Washington Post Corrects Story Claiming Crowd Was Chanting ‘Let’s Go Brandon’

By Zachary Stieber The Washington Post has corrected a story that falsely stated a crowd at a recent speech was chanting “Let’s Go Brandon.” The crowd was actually chanting “[expletive] Joe Biden,” according to video footage of the speech, which was delivered by Donald Trump Jr. in Georgia last month. The original story said that Trump Jr. […]

Tesla’s Stock Blasts Through $1,000: Is It Moon Bound or in Need of a Pit Stop?

By BENZINGA News Analysis Tesla Inc. was trading more than 13 percent higher on Monday, crossing above $1,000 a share and surpassing a $1 trillion market value. Earlier in the day, Morgan Stanley raised its price target on the electric vehicle marker to $1,200. The fuel for the move came Oct. 21 following a bullish reaction […]

Facebook misled investors about struggles maintaining young users, whistleblower says

By Elizabeth Fadder, Breaking News Reporter Facebook is struggling to maintain young users and misled investors about the extent of its problems with user demographics, according to whistleblower allegations. Internal company documents provided by the whistleblower, Frances Haugen, present findings that young adults engage less with Facebook and view it as an “outdated network,” the Associated Press reported . The […]

Hungary accuses Biden of anti-Orban election interference while hosting US officials at DC celebration

By Joel Gehrke, Foreign Affairs Reporter A Hungarian diplomat hosting his U.S. counterpart at a Washington event raised eyebrows Thursday with an acrimonious accusation that the Biden administration is meddling in his country’s upcoming election. Ferenc Dancs, the Hungarian Foreign Ministry’s deputy state secretary for North America, sent a stir through the Champagne-sipping gathering at […]

Hertz to buy 100,000 Teslas in largest single electric vehicle purchase

By Zachary Halaschak, Economic “Electric vehicles are now mainstream, and we’ve only just begun to see rising global demand and interest,” said Hertz interim CEO Mark Fields. “The new Hertz is going to lead the way as a mobility company, starting with the largest EV rental fleet in North America and a commitment to grow our […]


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