The Left has a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Take, for example, Nancy Pelosi's freezer full of gourmet ice cream, or Gov. Gavin Newsom's opulent dinner at the French Laundry. Then there's Gov. Andrew Cuomo who is apparently grateful for his own leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic.But even with all that 2020 hasContinue reading "Glenn Beck: Here's what these Democrats should be thankful for this Thanksgiving"
A frontrunner to be president-elect Joe Biden's labor secretary oversaw the payment of nearly $1 billion in fraudulent benefits to California prison inmates. Julie Su is the secretary of California's Labor and Workforce Development Agency, which operates the state's pandemic unemployment system. The system paid out hundreds of millions of dollars in fraudulent unemployment payments to prisonContinue reading "Biden Labor Candidate Oversaw Fraudulent Payments to California Prison Inmates"
California's top elections official is pushing the state to pay out a $35 million contract with a major Democratic consulting firm as he lobbies behind the scenes for a Senate seat. California secretary of state Alex Padilla (D.), reportedly the favorite to fill Vice President-elect Kamala Harris's Senate seat, awarded Democratic public relations giant SKDKnickerbocker theContinue reading "Frontrunner to Replace Sen. Harris Fights to Pay Out $35 Mil to Biden Firm"
Incoming president Joe Biden is reportedly close to selecting a vocal Israel critic to serve as his White House press secretary. Karine Jean-Pierre, a longtime campaign adviser and incoming vice president Kamala Harris's chief of staff, is currently the "top candidate" for the job, according to NBC News. Jean-Pierre was senior adviser and national spokeswoman forContinue reading "Biden Eyes Israel Critic as White House Press Sec"
The latest senior staffer tapped by President-elect Joe Biden (D.) has defended Palestinian suicide bombings as "the last resort of a desperate people." Biden on Monday tapped Reema Dodin to serve as the deputy director for the Office of Legislative Affairs. The Jewish News Syndicate reported Tuesday that Dodin gave a presentation on the Second Intifada—a violentContinue reading "Biden Taps Staffer Who Said Suicide Bombings Were ‘Last Resort’ for Palestinians"
On top of Pennsylvania officials already mandating strict COVID-19 restrictions applying to Thanksgiving such as required wearing of masks when multiple families gather in private homes, the powers that be in the state added more to the merriment Monday.Such as?For starters, Pennsylvania restaurants and bars are ordered to suspend alcohol sales at 5 p.m. WednesdayContinue reading "Now Pennsylvania alcohol sales to stop at 5 p.m. day before Thanksgiving in bars, restaurants — and many are fed up with 'stripping of rights'"
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) on Friday celebrated House Democrats' "mandate" from voters, but for weeks officials and the media have been discussing how bad the party's results were. The post Nobody Agrees With Nancy’s Take on Democrat ‘Mandate’ appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.
There have been numerous internal discussions by Democratic politicians on attempting to find out why their party underperformed in the 2020 general election. Some Democrats have blamed the party's support of defunding the police as one of the reasons the DNC's blue wave flopped as nothing more than a ripple. Black Lives Matter leaders haveContinue reading "Black Lives Matter leaders blast Democrats for not supporting 'defund the police' movement"
A close ally of Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan (D.) was charged Wednesday for coordinating a bribery scheme with an electric utility company. A federal grand jury charged Michael McClain and three others with bribery after they allegedly coordinated a scheme that provided kickbacks to Madigan's associates in exchange for the speaker’s backing of legislationContinue reading "Ally of Top Illinois Dem Charged in Bribery Scheme"
Democrats are pushing for Joe Biden to make one of his first acts as president the cancellation of trillions of dollars in student debt, a policy that would hand billions to the nation's wealthiest with little benefit to the overall economy, experts say. In an Election Day interview, Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) calledContinue reading "Dem Student Loan-Cancellation Plan a Bad Call, Experts Say"