Voting rights are under attack. Republicans in states across America are actively trying to overturn a legitimately won presidential election. Far-right militias are infiltrating small towns. And the twice-impeached former President is holding rallies and press conferences essentially calling for revenge for his election loss. Is this Deja Vu? Because it sounds a whole lot like the Big Lie that led to the January 6th insurrection.
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- Miami Herald
As thousands of Cuban Americans marched in Washington Monday to call for the U.S. to put more pressure on Cuba’s government, President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Rudy Giuliani came to Miami to denounce Cuba’s communist regime. He spoke to a small group of people outside of Versailles Restaurant in Little Havana.
- Business Insider
The interaction with Kentucky Senator Rand Paul was posted on TikTok and went viral before being deleted.
Gavin Newsom And Marjorie Taylor Greene Trade Barbs On Twitter Over Vaccines: “Disgraceful…Murderous” – Updated
UPDATED, with Greene comment and Newsom response: California Governor Gavin Newsom called out Tucker Carlson and other figures on the right specifically for spreading vaccine misinformation and urged others to do so. In an appearance on MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin Reports, Newsom said that the 25% of California residents who remain unvaccinated was due to an […]
- Rolling Stone
Only after public outcry, a lawsuit and a statement from the county prosecutor calling their actions illegal, did the county commissioners agree to return all of the funds
The State Department No. 2’s visit to China is met with bellicose exchanges.
Josh Hawley’s legislation isn’t even about patriotism. It’s about pandering and whitewashing American history.
- Washington Examiner
John Lund was in the midst of a busy day running his business providing custom auto-tuning and revisions to cars when armed agents from the Environmental Protection Agency arrived.
- Washington Examiner
On the eve of the first scheduled meeting of the House select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 riot, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy made a last-ditch effort to seat the Republicans who House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejected from the committee.
The first-term Republican has drawn backlash for repeatedly comparing vaccination requirements and mask mandates to the Holocaust.
Data: Fabrizio, Lee & Associates. Margin of error: ±3.46%; Chart: Danielle Alberti/AxiosDon Jr. and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis top a poll — provided first to Axios — gauging the popularity of seven key GOP figures.Between the lines: Don Jr. is the Trump child with the strongest connection to the base, and the most political promise should he ever decide to run. And the results reaffirm Ron DeSantis’ rise as an early 2024 front-runner should Trump decide not to run.Stay on top of the latest market
The disgraced Trump national security adviser "should be recalled to active duty and court-martialed," said the wife of whistleblower Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.
Croatia's plan to put famous inventor Nikola Tesla on its euro coins has sparked criticism in Serbia, whose central bank said Monday it would take the issue to the EU.
State leaders in California have approved a $100-billion plan to further the economic recovery in California that includes new stimulus checks for residents, rent relief and grants to businesses. See:...
- National Review
This week, we take aim at Jake Tapper’s openly unsubstantive defense of Anthony Fauci, the anti-Cuba Libre Right, and more media misses.
- Business Insider
Republican liaison to Arizona 'audit' says he might resign, saying there were 'serious issues' with Cyber Ninjas' process
Former Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett accused Cyber Ninjas of withholding vital information about the ballot-counting process.
- Raleigh News and Observer
With the embargo, Cuban authorities will have no one to blame (Opinion)
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
It's not enough merely to avoid cancelling the events where people like Gaetz and Greene speak; we have to let them make their arguments.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is resuming his push for a "state-of-the-art" arena on the National Western Center campus.Why it matters: Development plans that included the arena were put on hold during the pandemic, following a nosedive in Denver's lodger's tax, which was intended to pay for part of the project. The goal is to bring new life to the rundown Western Center complex and turn the campus into a year-round destination for Denverites and tourists alike. Get market news worthy of your tim
- The New York Times
MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. — Rep. Nancy Mace had just delivered the kind of red-meat remarks that would ordinarily thrill the Republican voters in attendance here on a recent sweltering evening, casually comparing liberal Democrats to terrorists — the “Hamas squad,” she called them — and railing against their “socialist” spending plans. But asked to give an assessment of her congresswoman, Mara Brockbank, a former leader of the Charleston County Republican Party who previously endorsed Mace, was less