Texas Lt. Gov Slams Speaker After AG Paxton Acquitted on Most Charges

Eric Gay/AP Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was acquitted on most charges on Saturday, and had the few remaining charges against him dismissed. The Texas Senate voted against 16 out of the 20 impeachment charges over the weekend, and dismissed the remaining four that were being held for a later date. 21 senators had to […]

Senator That Previously Voiced Skepticism Now Supports Biden Impeachment Inquiry

Andrew Harnik/AP Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) said during a conference call on Thursday that President Joe Biden’s actions warrant an impeachment, after initially voicing skepticism of the inquiry and calling it a distraction. “Pres. Biden has committed the sort of acts that warrant an impeachment inquiry,” Cornyn said during a conference call, according to his office. Coryn […]

DeSantis Explains Plan to Fight Inflation as President

Florida Governor and 2024 Presidential Candidate Ron DeSantis slammed both political parties over U.S. government spending in an interview this week, saying that both parties are responsible for inflation rates that have harmed consumers in recent years. DeSantis made the remarks during an interview with Norah O’Donnell on “CBS Evening News” when asked about how […]

Biden Threatens to Veto Bill That Would Give Military 30% Pay Raise

Lida Citroën/Military.com The White House is threatening to veto House Republican legislation that would give the military’s junior enlisted troops a 30% raise next year. “If the president were presented with H.R. 4365, he would veto it.,” the White House said in a press release on Monday. The bill includes language that would ensure no member of […]