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Conservative Twitter Reacts To Nikki Haley’s Resignation As UN Ambassador

At 10:05 AM on October 9th, 2018, the social media universe collectively gasped when Jim VandeHei, the CEO and cofounder of Axios, tweeted a scoop that President Trump had accepted United Nation Ambassador Nikki Haley’s resignation.   🚨 Scoop: Trump has accepted Nikki Haley's resignation — Jim VandeHei (@JimVandeHei) [...]

An Emotional Kavanaugh Says He Will Not Back Down

This morning, the Senate Judiciary Committee heard from Christine Blasey Ford, who detailed her sexual assault allegation involving Brett Kavanaugh, more than 36 years ago. She gave a compelling testimony, one that was well received by many members of the committee. Many of the Senate democrats used their time to [...]

The U.S.-Mexico Trade Agreement: Let’s Break It Down

Proclaiming it as “one of the largest trade deals ever made,” President Trump announced a new preliminary agreement with Mexico last week, the U.S.-Mexico trade deal.  He hopes to end the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and finalize this pact with Mexico instead. Trump has long discussed his disdain for [...]

Flight 93 Heroes Honored With New Memorial

Seventeen years after the events of September 11, 2001, the heroes of Flight 93 are being remembered once more with a new memorial at the memorial site already established in their honor. "The Tower of Voices" is a 93 foot memorial wind chime designed to commemorate the 40 individuals who [...]

Judge Kavanaugh Stands For Women During Confirmation Hearing

Yesterday marked day one of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing for Supreme Court Justice. Over the course of the opening statements, 70 protestors were arrested for disrupting the hearing. Most of these protestors were men and women yelling in the gallery that Kavanaugh’s confirmation would be a major setback for [...]

Jon Kyl Selected to Fill John McCain’s Senate Seat

Governor Doug Ducey of Arizona has selected Jon Kyl to replace McCain After John McCain's tragic death in August, there was much chatter about how would be selected by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey to fill McCain's senate seat until 2020, when an election will be held to fill the seat [...]

Argentina Defeats Bill To Legalize Abortion Up To 14 Weeks

After 16 hours of debate in Argentina’s Senate, the bill that would allow abortion up to 14 weeks was voted down by a narrow margin. Argentina is a predominantly Roman Catholic population who has a history of opposing abortion even though abortion is legal in cases of rape and health [...]

Jim Jordan Is Running For Speaker: What You Need To Know

In April 2018, Representative Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) announced he would not be seeking re-election. Ohio Republican Representative Jim Jordan has become the first House member to officially announce his plan to run for Speaker of the House. Rep. Jordan has gained prominence as a leader in the House Freedom Caucus, [...]