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  • What Can Reopen in the Red Tier?

    “Because, ultimately, we’re in the red right now,” she said, “but in just a few weeks, we’ll probably, most likely be in the orange.” Even Barbara Ferrer, director of public health for Los Angeles County — known for her dire warnings as Los Angeles became the epicenter of the winter crisis — struck a somewhat […] More

  • Rep. Ronny Jackson Abused Staff And Got Intoxicated On Duty As WH Doc, IG Says

    The Defense department’s inspector general found in a soon-to-be-released report that Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) verbally abused his staffers, became intoxicated during trips with the President, and sexually harassed his female subordinates while serving as White House physician under the Obama and Trump administrations, CNN reports. The inspector general’s report, which will be publicly released […] More

  • Rhode Island has a new governor, but a hard fight looms if he wants to say in office

    In 2008, the National Education Association of Rhode Island, the state AFL-CIO, and Rhode Island Federation of Teachers and Health Professionals ran ads against McKee during his re-election bid as mayor of Cumberland, but he decisively won with 64% of the vote. Six years later, after McKee claimed the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor, several […] More

  • Capitol Police Bolster Security For March 4 Amid Concerns About QAnon Conspiracy Theory

    The United States Capitol Police is bolstering security on Capitol Hill this week due to “concerning information and intelligence” related to March 4, the date that some followers of QAnon conspiracy theorists believe former President Donald Trump will return to power. “The Department is aware of concerning information and intelligence pertaining March 4th and continues […] More

  • Mike Espy, turning Mississippi purple, the dangers of a third party

    Mississippi as a swing state—could it be? Ten years ago, Moulitsas was writing about how Georgia is actually a purple state, but few took him seriously, already ceding the state as Republican territory for the foreseeable future. Now, he sees a similar kind of promise in the traditional Southern GOP stronghold state of Mississippi: I actually think Mississippi is […] More

  • WH Drops Tanden’s Near-Hopeless Nomination Amid GOP, Manchin Outrage Over Tweets

    The White House announced on Tuesday evening that Neera Tanden, President Joe Biden’s pick for Office of Management and Budget (OMB) director, had withdrawn her likely doomed nomination. In a letter released by the White House, Tanden told the President that being considered for the role was an “honor of a lifetime.” “I appreciate how […] More

  • After Voting for Second Garbage Impeachment, GOP Senator Bill Cassidy Is ‘Object of Shame’ In Louisiana

    Louisiana Senator Cassidy is not well-liked now in Louisiana.  Once he decided to vote for the second garbage impeachment of President Trump, any backing he had was gone. Cassidy v. Trump Isn’t Much of a Fight by Scott McKay @TheHayride — The American Spectator (@amspectator) March 2, 2021 The American Spectator reports: TRENDING: Wray Says […] More

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