President Biden’s Secretary of Energy and former Governor of Michigan, Jennifer Granholm, is the latest Democrat to suggest the solution to high gas prices is to buy a $60,000 electric vehicle.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is in a real political pickle ahead of November’s midterm elections. Of the 49 House lawmakers who’ve announced they will not be seeking reelection, 32 of them are Democrats.
31 members of the highly suspicious “Patriot Front” group were arrested in Coeur d’Alene Idaho on Saturday, allegedly en route to disrupt a gay pride event being held in a city park.
This week the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued a strong warning that it would work to prosecute any acts of violence that may occur in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on Roe v Wade, which is set to take place later this month.
The United Nations security council met not long after Russia officially began its “special military operation” in Ukraine. During the meeting, representatives from the Russian Federation claimed that the US was funding “military biological activities” in Ukraine – right at Russia’s doorstep no less – but was swiftly denounced by the US as “Russian propaganda”.
The Jan. 6th Committee’s attempt to turn the hearings into some sort of Hollywood production is not only indicative of how propagandized this whole affair truly is, but it’s also causing viewers to tune out en masse.
Though it may not come as a surprise to those of us who feel it in our wallets, May’s inflation numbers were higher than expected at 8.6% – the highest numbers since 1981.
In May, MSNBC saw the “smallest monthly audience among the advertiser-coveted demographic” in over 20 years. The key demo is of course the age bracket of 25-54, as people in this bracket tend to be more likely to buy something and actually have the money to do so (except, maybe not in this economy).
It’s been reported that an “intruder” was fatally shot by responding police on Thursday outside of an elementary school in Gadsen, Alabama.
The good people at VoterGA released a report Thursday providing evidence that Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger may have received as much as an additional 15% of votes added to his totals in the recent Georgia primary.