On Sunday, President Biden issued a presidential memorandum on what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade to protect access to abortion medicines across the country.
Millions of dollars from the state of Florida’s budget are being spent on “woke education” programs at the state’s public colleges. About $28.3 million is being spent by Florida’s public institutions on diversity, equality, and inclusion (DEI) and critical race theory (CRT) initiatives.
Twitter was ordered to remove content referencing the COVID-19 virus by governments throughout the globe, not only the one led by Joe Biden. According to the recent release of the Twitter Files, Germany tried the same thing in tandem with BioNTech, a pharmaceutical behemoth responsible for the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.
Monday, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, dismissed White House criticism of how Republicans are probing secret records found in President Joe Biden’s home and previous office, and he accused the Biden White House of having a double standard about oversight.
There have been rumors that Hunter Biden may soon face charges related to making false claims on his taxes. Republicans keep looking into whether or not President Joe Biden did anything unlawful to benefit his son or keep him safe.
With the news that Biden had been keeping secret documents, Trump has led the charge of fury, asking when the FBI will conduct a raid on Biden’s home or the White House.
Joe Biden, the President, made his first trip to the border of Texas since assuming office, but despite visiting a shelter for migrants, he didn’t get to meet any of the people staying there.
After Republican leader Kevin McCarthy could not gain a majority in three rounds of voting due to a mutiny by a few conservatives on Tuesday, the House unexpectedly adjourned without electing a new speaker.
The 2023 NDAA allocated $131.7 million to the Pentagon to launch a pilot program to strengthen research and development partnerships between the DOD and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs). The bill is a response to a report that called for “social justice” policies to be implemented agency-wide within the DOD earlier in 2022.
During yesterday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, some of President Joe Biden’s nominees for the bench have come under fire from Republicans for their history of releasing criminals on bond and their legal stances on the Second Amendment.