An investigation into the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, is escalating, with a judge giving a rioter the longest sentence so far and agents arresting a lawyer for a right-wing group accused of taking part in the attack at the U.S. Capitol.
What is the value of a Donald Trump endorsement? Republicans have been grappling with that question this year. However, it is possible that potential presidential candidates would be more effective if they used their endorsements to expand the Republican brand rather than merely thwart party rivals as Florida governor Ron DeSantis did.
Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance on Rogan’s podcast last week stoked controversy. Especially after Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook limited access to the Hunter Biden laptop story ahead of the 2020 election. According to him, Facebook was limited the due to FBI concerns about “Russian propaganda.” This is all the more alarming because of the questionable FBI raid on former President Trump’s residence, Mar-a-Lago. Republican leaders are currently threatening to rebuild the Department of Justice if they take control of the house. Zuckerberg’s comments raise some red flags.
The White House’s action is completely at odds with its talk of deficit reduction, MacGuineas said. By forgiving billions in student loans, the nation’s deficit will increase twice as much – it reached $2.8 trillion in the fiscal year 2021, the second-highest in history – undoing the $300 billion Democratic plans for deficit reduction. She added that the president undid a year’s worth of work on the fiscal front with a pen stroke.
It did not matter who won the Democratic Primary in Florida on Tuesday; Charlie Crist was the apparent winner in the Sunshine State. However, it doesn’t matter who won because neither Crist nor Nikki Fried would be able to beat DeSantis, and both Crist and the Democratic party are aware of this fact.