Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2024. He is positioning himself as the primary opponent of former President Donald Trump. Although Christie faces slim odds of securing the nomination, his entry into the race is expected to intensify the primary campaign.
House Oversight Committee Initiates Contempt of Congress Process for FBI Director Christopher Wray
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer has announced that contempt of Congress hearings against FBI Director Christopher Wray will commence on Thursday. The proceedings were initiated following a subpoena from Comer and Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, demanding the FBI produce an FD-1023 form detailing an alleged criminal scheme involving then-Vice President Biden and a foreign national in exchange for policy decisions.
The Media’s Assault on Freedom of Speech
Around the globe, there appears to be a growing trend of governments tightening their grip on freedom of speech. Their demands extend beyond what the Censorship Industrial Complex has previously managed to achieve in the past six years, encompassing intrusive measures like reading private encrypted messages and conducting home invasions in search of dissenting opinions.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Goes Head-to-Head with Trump on Criminal Justice Reform
DeSantis criticized the First Step Act, referring to it as a “jailbreak bill,” and expressed concerns about releasing potentially dangerous individuals who have re-offended. He emphasized the importance of serving full sentences and argued against early release for unrehabilitated prisoners.
Fiscal Responsibility Act – 99 Pages, And No One Is Happy, Will The U.S. Default?
Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy introduced a new bill to increase the federal debt ceiling until January 1, 2025. The proposed legislation, known as the Fiscal Responsibility Act, spans 99 pages and includes various provisions to address spending concerns.
The Blame Game in Debt Ceiling Talks Take A New Turn
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has consistently outmaneuvered Democrats. President Joe Biden has been backed into a corner and seems unable to get out the way the Democrats had planned. Thanks to McCarthy’s skillful maneuvering Biden has encountered a series of setbacks as he and the White House strive to demonstrate competence and strength during debt ceiling negotiations.
In An Unshocking Turn Of Events, Tucker Carlson Will Not Run For President
In the aftermath of Tucker Carlson’s departure from Fox News, there has been speculation about his plans. While some networks, like Newsmax, expressed interest in hosting his show, it was later revealed that Carlson is still under contract with Fox News and is suing the network for breach of contract to secure his release. In the meantime, Carlson has mentioned his intention to bring his show directly to Twitter.
Biden And McCarthy Finally Meet But No Agreement On Debt Ceiling
Despite a crucial White House meeting, President Biden and House Speaker McCarthy failed to raise the debt ceiling. However, they plan to continue discussions to prevent a historic default as the United States races toward the approaching deadline of failing to be able to meet its financial obligations.
Travel Warning Issued For Illegal Immigrants Intending To Go To Florida
Governor Ron DeSantis’s recent measures to address illegal immigration have prompted a Hispanic civil rights organization in the United States to issue a “travel warning” for undocumented immigrants visiting Florida.
Report Reveals the True Reason for Tucker Carlson’s Departure from Fox News
A recent report published in Variety has shed light on the underlying cause behind Tucker Carlson’s firing from Fox News. According to the article, sources with knowledge of the matter disclosed that Carlson’s removal was an unspoken agreement between Fox News and Dominion.