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Skeptics to be Deployed as Poll Watchers for Midterms Elections

September 20, 2022 admin 0

Poll watching, a mundane chore where volunteers look for rule infractions at polling stations, has become a flashpoint in the dispute over U.S. election regulations after former President Donald Trump claimed that rampant election fraud lost him the 2020 campaign. The RNC has begun a multimillion-dollar push to recruit tens of thousands of poll monitors and workers.

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Kise Adds Polish to Trumps Defense

September 12, 2022 admin 0

Chris Kise, the well-connected former Florida solicitor general, became the head of former President Donald Trump’s legal team last month. Kise has attempted to take a conciliatory stance in challenging the Justice Department’s investigation into handling highly sensitive documents at Mar-a-Lago, but he is up against strong headwinds.

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Trump’s Lawsuit Against Hillary Clinton Dismissed

September 10, 2022 admin 0

The Judge has thrown out the lawsuit brought by Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton and some other Democrats. Trump claimed Hillary Clinton and other prominent Democrats illegally linked him to Russia in a lawsuit earlier this year. A federal judge dismissed the lawsuit in Florida, calling the complaint a “political manifesto” rather than a viable lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed earlier this year.

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Elizabeth Warren is Everything Wrong with Politics

September 8, 2022 admin 0

Mark Cuban stated no problem paying higher taxes. Although he is not always pleased with how taxpayer money is spent, he emphasized that this is an entirely separate issue. Adding that the most patriotic thing you can do after military service is to pay your taxes because that is what allows everybody to live and prosper.

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Biden’s controversial taxes for thee but not for me

September 4, 2022 Sadeeqah Abrahams 0

The fate of the Biden proposal depends on the midterm elections this autumn. If Republicans capture either the House or the Senate, it would undoubtedly result in an impasse on significant tax issues, as the Republican Party’s anti-tax-increase attitude conflicts with Biden’s objectives.

Similarly, given Biden’s veto authority, it would be difficult for Republicans to reduce taxes, take back additional Internal Revenue Service budget, or reverse the handful of corporate tax increases enacted by Congress, say, experts.

Can AOC’s, Tax the Rich Mantra Actually happen?

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Elections- Control of the House not a Slam Dunk for Republicans

August 29, 2022 admin 0

As Democrats try to close the gap, analysts cited a number of factors that are helping them. There are many reasons, including the fight over abortion access, a weak Republican candidate in a crucial race, investigations into former President Donald Trump, and a recent drop in gasoline prices. Republicans appeared more out of reach than last year in districts that Mr. Biden carried by at least ten percentage points.

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Crist to Face DeSantis in November

August 24, 2022 admin 0

NBC News projects that Charlie Crist won the Florida primary against Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried Tuesday night, answering the question Democrats have been asking for months: Who will be the underdog against popular Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis?

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January 6 Committee Has Ethics Conflicts

August 23, 2022 admin 0

Brian Young a contractor for the January 6 committee is married to the House Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms Kim E. Campbell, the second most senior official in the SAA, which like U.S. Capitol Police, is being investigated for security failures during the Capitol riot.