Politics

Despite previously extending the eviction moratorium, President Biden, Congress allow eviction ban to expire

Despite previously extending the eviction moratorium, President Biden is facing backlash from those on the left for allowing the ban to expire. In June, the Biden administration extended the federal eviction moratorium until July 31st, 2021, with the objective of aiding Americans economically impacted by COVID-19 lockdowns. The decision was[Read More…]

Giuliani says he’s willing to go to jail, but those who put him there will suffer ‘consequences in heaven’

Rudy Giuliani, former NY Attorney General, Mayor of NYC, and Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, suggested those who put him in jail will suffer consequences in heaven. During an interview, Giuliani maintained innocence regarding an investigation into his work for the former President and the Trump Organization. “I committed no crime,”[Read More…]

GOP’s Kevin McCarthy promises ‘real investigations’ into democrat ‘fraud and abuse’

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy vowed to organize “real investigations” into Democrat’s “fraud and abuse.” McCarthy referred to insider trading by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s husband, asking, “Which American would not be worried about [inflation]? Pelosi wouldn’t be worried about it because she and her husband just made[Read More…]

Infrastructure bill reportedly includes $7.2 million to build one block of road in Pelosi’s district

House Democrats voted to pass a new stimulus bill “Invest in America Act” on July 1st, which provides spending billions in domains like roads, highways, bridges, public transit and rail, broadband connection upgrades, and airport and waterway updates. Currently the bill has been motioned to bring about it’s introduction into[Read More…]

Gov. Ron DeSantis signs order prohibiting schools from requiring students to wear masks

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday prohibited local school districts from requiring students to wear masks. Gov. DeSantis said he disagreed with guidelines issued Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which recommends that all students in kindergarten through 12th grade wear coverings when they return to classrooms this fall. DeSantis signed an[Read More…]