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Crazy in Cali: Gov. Signs A Bill Requiring Presidential Candidates To Submit Tax Returns

Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Tuesday requiring all presidential candidates to submit fix years of tax returns to qualify for the primary ballot in California, as President Donald Trump fights against releasing this information. The bill, SB-27, has already passed in the California Assembly and Senate. It would require candidates running for U.S. president and California governor ...

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DNC Rejects Yang From September Debates Over Poll Criteria

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) rejected today the latest poll presented by 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang to qualify for the September democratic debates. The rejection came after Yang tweeted Monday that he was the eighth candidate to receive a position on the crowded democratic debate floor this fall. We did it #YangGang! As of today, we are officially the 8th ...

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Newsmax TV CEO Stepping Down To A Consulting Role

Newsmax TV’s CEO Michael Clemente will be stepping down into a consulting role after a little over a year in the position. Clemente is a former Fox News and ABC News executive and producer. He worked at ABC News for 27 years and joined Fox News in 2009, where he was eventually let go in 2016. Clemente was also CNN‘s ...

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Restaurant Apologizes After Asking Officer To Leave Because He Had A Gun

A restaurant in San Antonio, Texas, has apologized after asking a police officer to leave the premises because he was carrying a gun. The officer was asked to leave Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse Saturday night because he was carrying a gun, KSAT reported. Texas law states that establishments can’t deny service to an officer or special investigator who is ...

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Media Outlets Rush Out Dem Talking Points After Trump Nominates New DNI

Democratic officials began using the phrase “speak truth to power” to applaud DNI Dan Coats while insinuating that incoming DNI John Ratcliffe may not uphold this standard. Multiple media outlets parroted this phrase, including it in articles that applauded Coats and quoted those who have reservations regarding Ratcliffe. “Speak truth to power” is one of the standards of the Intelligence ...

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Ratcliffe To Replace Coats As Director Of National Intelligence

Republican Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe will replace Dan Coats as Director of National Intelligence (DNI) after months of issues between President Donald Trump and the intelligence community. Trump announced Sunday that Ratcliffe will be replacing Coats, whose last day in office is intended to be August 15, according to Twitter. Trump and Coats have publicly butted heads during the two ...

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House Judiciary Suing For Grand Jury Information From Mueller Report

House Democrats filed a lawsuit Friday in an attempt to get grand jury information from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. The Democrats said they need the grand jury information in order to better inform the lower chamber about impeaching President Donald Trump. Mueller‘s 22-month investigation found that there was Russian interference in the 2016 election, but did not definitively ...

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Temporary Immigration Protections For Venezuelans Passes In House

The House passed a bipartisan bill to grant Venezuelans temporary relief from immigration enforcement Thursday after failing to pass the measure Tuesday. The Venezuela TPS Act of 2019 passed 272-158 and included 39 Republicans who voted in favor. Florida Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart, a Republican, and Darren Soto, a Democrat, co-sponsored the bill. The bill gives Venezuelans Temporary Protected Status in ...

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Tulsi Gabbard Sues Google |

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is suing Google over allegations that the tech giant violated her right to “free speech.” The Democratic Hawaii Rep. alleged that Google censored her presidential campaign, according to a complaint filed Thursday. Google suspended her campaign’s advertising for several hours last month, The Hill reported, and Gabbard‘s complaint stated that it is a violation ...

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Ted Budd Introduces Bill That Would Allow Victims Of Crimes By Illegal Immigrants To Sue Sanctuary Cities

Republican North Carolina Rep. Ted Budd introduced a bill Thursday that would allow victims of illegal immigrants to sue sanctuary cities if that is where the crime occurred. The Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities Act allows for victims of any crimes up until 10 years ago to file a lawsuit with a sanctuary city. Illegal immigrants with past criminal ...

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Former MSNBC Host Rips Network For Breathless Coverage Of The Mueller Investigation

Former MSNBC host Krystal Ball ripped into her former employer for its coverage of the special counsel’s investigation, bringing up Rachel Maddow in particular as one current MSNBC host who has done “damage” to the left. Ball worked at MSNBC for five years and now co-hosts The Hill’s “Rising with the Hill’s Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti.” She said Thursday ...

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Puerto Rican Gov. Rossello Announces Resignation

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo A. Rossello will resign amid uprising and impeachment threats following a leaked group chat, he announced on Facebook Live Wednesday. Rossello said he will step down on August 2. A leaked private group chat revealed inappropriate and crude conversations between Rossello and his advisors. The announcement comes after over a week of public protests calling for ...

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‘That Won’t Change My Position’: Mariano Rivera On Daily Beast’s Hit Piece

Mariano Rivera had a message for the Daily Beast writer who published a hit piece on him before he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame Sunday. The Panamanian-American professional athlete played on the Yankees for 19 seasons as a pitcher. Daily Beast writer Robert Silverman published a hit piece Sunday on Rivera, labeling him as “far-right” because of ...

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CNN Falsely Labels Overwhelming House Resolution Condemning Anti-Israel Boycotts As ‘Divisive’

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CNN labeled the House resolution condemning anti-Israel boycotts as “divisive” in its headline and on Twitter, despite the vote being 398 to 17. The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to approve a resolution which opposes boycotting against Israel. Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Democrat Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan were two who opposed the resolution. Despite it passing ...

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