Trump Arraigned as Biden White House Looks Away

April 6, 2023 Matt 0

The Biden office has been relatively quiet about his 2020 opponent and possibly 2024 opponent’s recent indictment.  Although Trump indicated on March 20 that he anticipated being prosecuted in Manhattan, Jean-Pierre reiterated that they do not comment on any active investigations.

Surprise, No Gag Order Issued On Trump’s Latest Legal Engagement

April 5, 2023 DT 0

The judge told Trump to be careful about what he says on social media, but he refused to issue a gag order. Trump criticized Judge Juan Merchan in a Truth Social post on Tuesday. He stated that this “fake case” was designed to interfere with the 2024 presidential election.

OPEC, gas prices to increase

Gas Prices To Increase Under Biden’s Influence; Saudi Arabia To Reduce Oil Production

April 4, 2023 DT 0

Under the presidency of Joe Biden, the relationship with Saudi Arabia has deteriorated. On Sunday, Saudi Arabia announced that it would lead OPEC, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, including Russia, to reduce production by over one million barrels per day beginning next month. The result would be higher gas prices in the U.S. will most likely lead to higher inflation.

GOP Enraged Over Trump’s Indictment

March 31, 2023 DT 0

Former President Donald Trump was indicted on March 30 for allegedly misreporting payments of hush money to Stormy Daniels, an adult film actress, weeks before the 2016 election. Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R) condemned the indictment of the former President.

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Biden Faces Bi-Partisan Backlash On Nominees

March 29, 2023 DT 0

The Democrats hold a 51-seat majority in the Senate, but it does not imply that Joe Biden’s choices for federal offices and the federal judiciary are automatically approved. Lately, there have been several high-profile, embarrassing withdrawals by nominees for various reasons.

Ron DeSantis

Ron DeSantis Scores Another Major Victory

March 28, 2023 DT 0

The anti-progressive concept known as universal school choice entered Florida today, with Gov. Ron DeSantis signing House Bill 1. At the signing of the bill, DeSantis stated that the new legislation marks the most significant extension of choice in education not only in this state but also in the history of the country. Florida ranks highly in education “despite” spending less per pupil than practically every other state.