Home >> Author Archives: Chris White (page 19)

Author Archives: Chris White

Tesla Warns Californian Customers To Keep A Full Charge Ahead Of Roving Blackouts

Some environmentally conscious Californians are resorting to using gasoline power as the state’s power utility employs roving blackouts to avoid potential wildfires. Tesla warned its customers Wednesday to be aware of the problems and fully energize their vehicles instead of relying on half-power. Two electric vehicle owners in the state say they are not taking any chances and will rely ...

Read More »

Trump Issues EOs Designed To Deconstruct The Deep State While Dems Focus On Impeachment

Donald Trump signs tax reform into law 12-22-17

President Donald Trump signed executive orders Wednesday afternoon that are designed to take much of the sting out of what conservatives believe is an out-of-control administrative state. The orders will limit the use of a tool the Trump administration believes short-circuits the rule-making process. They take aim at federal guidance, which agencies can use to explain how they intend to ...

Read More »

‘Dumb And Dumber’ Actor Slated To Play James Comey In CBS Miniseries

Actor Jeff Daniels is set to portray former FBI Director James Comey in a CBS miniseries about his time at the agency. The upcoming limited series is based on Comey’s 2018 book, “A Higher Loyalty,” which discusses his time at the helm of the FBI, TVLine reported Monday. Daniels, 64, is known for his role in the 1994 comedy “Dumb ...

Read More »

REPORT: Rick Perry Plans To Step Down As DOE Secretary At The End Of The Year

Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is preparing to step down as the Department of Energy secretary at the end of the year, Politico reported Thursday, citing anonymous sources. Perry’s decision to leave has been in the works for months, anonymous sources tell reporters. They say Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette is expected to replace Perry, who’s managed to stay above ...

Read More »

ROFL: CNN Won’t Air Trump’s Ad On Biden’s Ukraine Troubles, Saying It Mocks Anchor Chris Cuomo

CNN Media Bias Logo

CNN is reportedly refusing to air a Trump campaign advertisement slamming former Vice President Joe Biden and the media for supposedly defending the Democratic presidential front-runner’s past activities in Ukraine. The channel won’t promote the ad because it mocks CNN personalities Chris Cuomo, Don Lemon, and Jim Acosta, The Daily Beast reported Thursday. The ad also hits House Speaker Nancy ...

Read More »

POLL: Half Of California Voters Have Considered Ditching The State, Citing Taxes And High Housing Prices

More than half of California voters have considered leaving the state, according to a poll from the Institute of Governmental Studies at U.C. Berkeley. Nearly 24% of voters in the state have given serious thought to the idea, while 28% have given some consideration, the Sept. 27 poll notes. They cite several reasons why bailing is appropriate, some of which are common ...

Read More »

Chuck Schumer Wants IRS To Investigate NRA, Consider Stripping Tax-Exempt Status

Sens. Ron Wyden and Chuck Schumer are urging the IRS to investigate and possible strip the NRA of its tax-exempt status after a Democrat-led investigation revealed its connections to a foreign agent. Findings in a recent invitation by the House Finance Committee raises “questions” about whether violated its “social welfare requirements,” Wyden and Schumer wrote in an Oct. 2 letter ...

Read More »

Trump Declares Victory After A Judge Blocked California’s Attempt To Keep Him Off The Ballot

Donald Trump success

President Donald Trump declared victory Wednesday after a judge blocked a California law that sought to keep his name off the state’s ballot ahead of the 2020 election. Judge Morrison England Jr. officially blocked the law Tuesday afternoon, giving the president a major victory pending a California appeal. The law, passed in July, would have required any candidate running for ...

Read More »

Court Backs Trump’s Move To Cancel Net Neutrality, Calling Critics Arguments ‘Unconvincing’

Donald Trump success

A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Trump administration acted lawfully when it nixed the net neutrality rules in 2017, dealing a blow to activists who argued the repeal was a give away to the telecommunications industry. The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the Federal Communications Commission and its Republican chairman, Ajit Pai, finding that net neutrality ...

Read More »

REPORT: Row Over Abortion, Climate Change Spurs Facebook To Exempt Opinion, Advocacy From Fact Checks

Facebook plans to exempt opinion content and political advocacy organizations from the social media giant’s independent fact checking efforts, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing anonymous sources. The company plans to also allow publishers of information found to be false to appeal directly to Facebook, sources told TheWSJ, adjusting previous operating procedure that restricted brands and individuals to appealing ...

Read More »

Dems Subpoena Giuliani For Docs Related To Impeachment Inquiry

Democratic lawmaker subpoena former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani Monday for documents related to the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. House Democrats’ inquiry “includes an investigation of credible allegations that [Giuliani] acted as an agent of the President in a scheme to advance his personal political interests by abusing the power of the Office of the President,” ...

Read More »

Biden Dramatically Scales Back Digital Ad Buys Amid Trump’s Attacks

Former Vice President Joe Biden is dramatically scaling back digital ad buys while his fellow Democratic opponents are ramping up their online presence, a move some strategists say is unusual for a serious political candidate. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and other top candidates are outspending Biden online. Biden’s lack of online spending on Facebook and Google ads over the ...

Read More »

Pelosi Suggests Losing The House Might Be Worth The Price If Trump Is Impeached

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested Saturday night that she is willing to lose the House of Representatives to Republicans if it means ousting President Donald Trump. “It doesn’t matter,” Pelosi said in response to a question from Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith about whether she is worried how an impeachment inquiry will impact the 2020 House elections. “Our first responsibility is ...

Read More »

Trump’s EPA Tells California Gov. Newsom His State’s Homeless Population Is Destroying The Environment

The Trump administration will tell California Gov. Gavin Newsom Thursday that his state’s homeless population is hurting the environment, a move that ratchets up the president’s political war with the country’s biggest blue state. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler wrote a letter to the governor citing multiple instances of California failing to meet federal water-quality standards, noting that the ...

Read More »

Liz Warren Stammers When Asked If She Would Allow Her VP’s Son to Sit On Foreign Company’s Board

Sen. Elizabeth Warren appeared to stammer and waffle Wednesday when a reporter asked her if it would be ethical if her hypothetical vice president’s son served on the board of a foreign company. “No,” Warren told a reporter at a campaign stop in New Hampshire before pausing to reconsider her answer. She added: “I don’t know. I mean I’d have ...

Read More »
echo 'Sponsored Content'; echo '
';