Senate Democrats Demand Barr Resign Or Face Impeachment Over Roger Stone Case

Senate Democrats have called on Attorney General William Barr to resign or face impeachment after President Donald Trump appeared to confirm that Barr had intervened in the case against the president’s longtime friend Roger Stone. “Donald Trump is shredding the rule of law in this country,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) tweeted Wednesday. “Congress must act immediately to rein in our […]

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Joe Biden leading Democrats in Wall Street funding, data shows

Despite lagging well behind “Mayor Pete” in the delegate hunt in Iowa, former Vice President Joe Biden appears to be growing his status on Wall Street. Biden has raised $1.7 million from Democratic donors within the securities and investment industry, while Pete Buttigieg — another Wall Street favorite — is second with $1.4 million based on federal election data through […]

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How can the Democrats defeat Trump in November? Form a Bernie-Biden ticket

The most immediate institutional threat to American democracy is the Democratic Party. That statement will frustrate believers in the urgency of liberal democracy in the United States. Surely, the ongoing tragedy of Donald Trump’s presidency tells us otherwise. After all, the Republican Party has gone all-in on an illiberal demagogue empowered by an increasingly untrammeled executive branch. Congress has failed […]

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Movin' on up: Bloomberg glides past Warren to No.3 in Democratic race – Reuters/Ipsos

NEW YORK (Reuters) – After steadily rising in popularity over the last several weeks, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appears to have surpassed U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren among registered voters for the 2020 Democratic nomination, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national public opinion poll released on Thursday. The Jan. 29-30 poll found that 12% of registered Democrats and independents […]

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Joseph Minarik: 2020 Democrats, 'free stuff' promises are dangerous. Our debt is zooming at escape velocity

Democrats need to stop taking shots at one another: Rep. Debbie Dingell Rep. Debbie Dingell, (D-Mich.), discusses the CNN Democratic debate and the candidates not delving into economic issues. On Monday, January 13, the Treasury Department released data showing that over calendar year 2019 the federal government ran a $1 trillion budget deficit. On Tuesday, January 14, candidates for president […]

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Greg Gutfeld: Democrats' impeachment 'engrossment ceremony' like 'spackling a turd with gold paint'

Senate receives articles of impeachment from House ahead of trial Pelosi signs articles, names trial managers; reaction and analysis on ‘The Five.’ Greg Gutfeld slammed House Democrats for the pomp and circumstance of Wednesday's formal impeachment "engrossment ceremony," saying that the entire affair was an "emotional tantrum." "They were spackling a turd with gold paint," he said on "The Five". "This was like […]

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John Sununu: Democrats face a 'great divide' in their party going into 2020

John Sununu: Democrats face a ‘great divide’ in their party going into 2020 Reacting to a Fox News Poll released Sunday, former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu said on Monday that “the most important thing” that he noticed was “the divide on the agenda of the Democrats that have been polled.” Reacting to a Fox News Poll released Sunday, former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu said on Monday […]

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Rep. McCarthy: Democrats 'so afraid' of facing Trump in 2020, 'they’re trying to frame him'

Rep. McCarthy: Schiff has made impeachment inquiry all about him Ahead of the first public impeachment hearings, Republican House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy sounds off on ‘Fox & Friends’ on what he says is a lack of due process for President Trump. As House Democrats ramp up their impeachment push with public hearings starting on Wednesday, House Minority Leader […]

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Trump public impeachment hearings: What you can expect

The first public hearings in the Democrats’ ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Trump begin Wednesday, when Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent are scheduled to testify before the House Intelligence Committee in an open session. Marie Yovanovitch, the ousted former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, will testify Friday. (There are no hearings Thursday.) […]

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