A new poll finds a majority of Democrats don't want President Joe Biden to be the party's 2024 presidential nominee. How is the White House responding? Is the recession worsening? Signals are intensifying as a key economic gauge drops for the sixth straight month. To discuss the latest economic trends and how the federal government has responded, we hear from Congressman Dan Meuser. The Chinese ambassador to the United States is trying to lobby House lawmakers on the fentanyl crisis. It appears he wants to deflect the Chinese regime's responsibility for the flow of illicit fentanyl into the United States. Head of the House GOP foreign relations committee Rep. Michael McCaul joins us to talk about one key component of his party's “commitment to America” plan—holding the Chinese Communist Party accountable. A federal judge has dismissed a parent-led lawsuit against Attorney General Merrick Garland. The suit was over the memo he wrote when he referred to parents as a threat to schools. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Mike Johnson, U.S. Representative for the 4th District of Louisiana, highlight's the House GOP's Commitment to America and his letter to the Secretary of the Army regarding COVID vaccines and reacts to Vice President Kamala Harris' claim that one doesn't have to change your religious beliefs to support abortion. William “Dean” Lee, retired Vice Admiral of the United States Coast Guard, reacts to news the U.S. Coast Guard Academy is discharging seven cadets over their refusal to get the COVID vaccine. Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Jerry Boykin, FRC's Executive Vice President, provides analysis on the latest news on the Russian invasion of Ukraine as well as the Iranian-made drones being used by Russia in Ukraine. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
In the second hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock talked to Jim Myles and discussed the House GOP's midterms plan, Biden's latest abortion comments, Commanders and Eagles fighting at games and more. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's program: Mike Johnson, U.S. Representative for the 4th District of Louisiana, highlight's the House GOP's Commitment to America and his letter to the Secretary of the Army regarding COVID vaccines and reacts to Vice President Kamala
Danielle says candidates are shunning debates this year: It was once a given that candidates, especially those seeking statewide office in a midterm election year - would face off with their main opponent for three or more one-on-one debates, so voters could see them side by side and hear them answer questions and explain their positions on the issues. But she says many candidates are skipping the debate ritual all together. In Nevada and Missouri, it appears likely there will be no debates between major party Senate nominees. And the House GOP has unveiled a roadmap for if they win in November: The "Commitment to America" includes four broad pillars focusing on the economy, safety, individual freedom and government accountability. Danielle Kurtzleben is a political correspondent assigned to NPR's Washington Desk
Emma hosts Destin Jenkins, assistant professor of history at Stanford University, to discuss his recent book The Bonds of Inequality: Debt and the Making of the American City. Emma starts off by re-capping the troubling election results out of Italy showing that Giorgia Meloni and Italy's far-right parties have most likely held enough seats to form a coalition, bringing Meloni into executive power. She then takes a look at Rep. Nancy Mace heavily implying to Chuck Todd (with no push back!) that Republicans, if they take the House back, will essentially impeach President Biden for no reason, and she may go along with it. Emma is then joined by Destin, and they discuss the origins of his scholarship, namely how he was able to identify the "brick and mortar of inequality" through the 2008 financial crisis and the bankruptcy of the city of Detroit. They then discuss the concepts of emergency managers and control board structures, and how instances of these leadership structures perpetuating, from the Flint water crisis to the bankruptcy in New York City in the 1970's, show how they served to shield municipal financing from the scrutiny of any sort of democratic or popular input. They then touch on how exactly municipal debt structures work, who decides who is worthy of debt and who isn't, as well as the prototypes to what former President Trump referred to as "opportunity zones": federal projects that valued economic growth and opportunity over any semblance of infrastructural benefit to the community. They then get into some specific examples, namely that of San Francisco, and how there are some misconceptions as to the city's reputation as a progressive bohemia sullied by the influences of Big Tech. Jenkins runs through how, due to the way many of the infrastructural upgrades and projects manifested themselves, San Francisco's projects mostly affected a wealthier commuter into the city as opposed to a citizen of the city itself. They wrap up the conversation by re-emphasizing how something like budgeting and municipal debt can seem value neutral, when in fact these structural issues like redlining, environmental racism, and others directly stem from these allocations of resources by unelected bureaucrats. And in the Fun Half, Emma and the MR crew take a look at Michigan gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon bravely joking about the kidnapping of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the Gainesville Pride center getting vandalized in Florida, Kyrsten Sinema coming out into the open to...talk about her love of the filibuster at the Mitch McConnell Center in Louisville Kentucky, as well as a recap from the House GOP's agenda rollout in Pennsylvania last week, where a "mama bear" talks about what's really hurting kids: anti-bullying initiatives, among other "Marxist" plots. Plus, your calls & IM's! 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On today's program: Mike Johnson, U.S. Representative for the 4th District of Louisiana, highlight's the House GOP's Commitment to America and his letter to the Secretary of the Army regarding COVID vaccines and reacts to Vice President Kamala Harris' claim that one doesn't have to change your religious beliefs to support abortion. William Dean Lee, retired Vice Admiral of the United States Coast Guard, reacts to news the U.S. Coast Guard Academy is discharging seven cadets over their refusal to get the COVID vaccine. Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Jerry Boykin, FRC's Executive Vice President, provides analysis on the latest news on the Russian invasion of Ukraine as well as the Iranian-made drones being used by Russia in Ukraine. Episode Resources: Watch highlights from the Pray Vote Stand Summit! Take the pledge to pray for America, vote this November, and stand for biblical truth. Explore FRC's resources on life and human dignity. Purchase your copy of Strong and Courageous. Check out The Washington Stand, FRC's outlet for news and commentary from a biblical worldview. Join Stand on the Word, FRC's two-year journey through the Bible! Connect with Tony on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Gettr, and Gab. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1521/29
Steve Scalise, U.S. House Minority Whip and U.S. Representative for the 1st District of Louisiana, shares about the House GOP's Commitment to America. Robert Cahaly, Senior Strategist and Chief Pollster at the Trafalgar Group, offers his analysis of how the abortion issue is impacting the midterm elections. Connor Semelsberger, FRC's Director of Federal Affairs for Life and Human Dignity, pushes back on President Biden's claims about the Roman Catholic Church's stance on abortion. Dr. Ronnie Floyd, Pastor Emeritus of Cross Church, reacts to a recent Pew Research survey showing a potential future decline of Christianity in the United States. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
Warren Davidson, U.S. Representative for the 8th District of Ohio, shares how the Left is targeting corporations and banks to advance its political agenda and about the House GOP's Commitment to America. Aimee Rogstad Guidera, Virginia's Secretary of Education, discusses Gov. Glenn Youngkin's transgender model policy. Dr. Jennifer Bauwens, FRC's Director of the Center for Family Studies, offers her analysis of new research showing nearly 1 in 10 American adults and 1 in 5 teens report experiencing depression. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
House Republicans showcased their “Commitment to America” plan—their promise to the people in the run-up to the midterms. We'll hear from the House Republican leader himself to find out more about the GOP's plan for a “new direction.” President Joe Biden pushed back against the Republicans' proposed agenda Friday, attending an event by the Democratic National Committee. We'll hear what the president has to say about his party's promises just weeks ahead of the midterms. Stocks took a major tumble after the Federal Reserve's recent rate hike. Chairman Jerome Powell signals that more pain is on the way for the U.S. economy. Days after Biden was forced to reaffirm America's one-China policy, the secretary of state met with his Chinese counterpart in New York City. It's the first high-stakes meeting between the two countries' officials since Biden remarked that the United States would defend Taiwan in case of an invasion from mainland China. As the nation deals with a looming fentanyl crisis, a couple of lawmakers want to make distributing fentanyl a felony. We'll hear from one of them—Congressman Tony Gonzales. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
Polls looking better for GOP in Senate, but economic news for all of us is looking worse. Buck says: "I worry about the GOP as an entity and its ability to really focus in and make the case in these final weeks." DOW below 30,000 for first time since 2020. Recession deepening, but we won't see the worst until after November. Clay says, "I think 2023 is going to be an economic disaster of a year." House GOP rolls out the Commitment to America. Buck's take: "We kind of assume, if you're an elected official, you're supposed to be committed to America." Republicans need to get tough and fight for every inch this election and hammer Democrats on crime, immigration and the economy -- and C&B say a fourth in their mantra should also be covid. Who's the best James Bond? Full of "lies" Fauci says shutting down schools was worth it. Clay and Buck answer your great C&B 24/7 VIP email questions.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
-- On the Show: -- MyPillow CEO and Founder Mike Lindell has hired attorney Alan Dershowitz to represent him, who will argue that the FBI's seizure of his phone was unconstitutional -- A federal appeals court puts an end to the delays and tells the Department of Justice it can resume its use of the seized Mar-a-Lago documents from Donald Trump -- Support for Donald Trump is unaffected, per a new poll, despite all of the recent turmoil and insanity -- Caller asks if Republicans want to usher in a new Jim Crow era -- Caller suspects Republicans will cut funding for Ukraine if they take back Congress -- Caller discusses the high cost of electric vehicles -- Caller talks about the possibility of a Trump indictment -- Caller wonders if now is the right time to buy a house -- Caller asks if the left should care about how the right reacts to things -- Caller wonders if Republicans are going to oust another lawmaker as they did to Madison Cawthorn -- Caller asks if the US military should defend Taiwan against China -- Caller wonders if evangelicals are more motivated by power or fear -- David responds to viewer emails and social media messages -- On the Bonus Show: Gavin Newsom reportedly will run for president if Biden doesn't, House GOP unveils agenda if they win in November, nitrogen hypoxia execution stayed, and much more...
On today's program: Steve Scalise, U.S. House Minority Whip and U.S. Representative for the 1st District of Louisiana, shares about the House GOP's Commitment to America. Robert Cahaly, Senior Strategist and Chief Pollster at the Trafalgar Group, offers his analysis of how the abortion issue is impacting the midterm elections. Connor Semelsberger, FRC's Director of Federal Affairs for Life and Human Dignity, pushes back on President Biden's claims about the Roman Catholic Church's stance on abortion. Dr. Ronnie Floyd, Pastor Emeritus of Cross Church, reacts to a recent Pew Research survey showing a potential future decline of Christianity in the United States. Episode Resources: Watch highlights from the Pray Vote Stand Summit! Explore FRC's resources on life and human dignity. Purchase your copy of Strong and Courageous. Check out The Washington Stand, FRC's outlet for news and commentary from a biblical worldview. Join Stand on the Word, FRC's two-year journey through the Bible! Connect with Tony on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Gettr, and Gab. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1521/29
NTD Business News: 9/23/2022 1. Interest Rate Hikes Could Wipe Out 1M+ Jobs 2. Raised Rates Cool Overheated Housing Market 3. Home Prices May Drop 20% by Mid-2023: Expert 4. Room for Market to Fall Further: Economist 5. House GOP Outlines Vision Before Midterms
On today's program: Steve Scalise, U.S. House Minority Whip and U.S. Representative for the 1st District of Louisiana, shares about the House GOP's Commitment to America. Robert Cahaly, Senior Strategist and Chief Pollster at the Trafalgar Group,
Bloomberg Washington Correspondent Joe Mathieu delivers insight and analysis on the latest headlines from the White House and Capitol Hill, including conversations with influential lawmakers and key figures in politics and policy. Emily Wilkins is hosting for Joe today. She spoke with Rep. Rep. Jake Auchincloss, a Democrat from Massachusetts on keeping the government funded, the new Ukraine aid package, and immigration reform, Bloomberg Government Congress reporter Jack Fitzpatrick on Congress keeping the government funded. Plus, our politics panel, Bloomberg Politics Contributors Jeanne Sheehan Zaino & Rick Davis on immigration reform, the House Republicans' "Commitment to America" agenda, and Democrats messaging for the midterms. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are now 45 days away until the midterm elections. Republican voters have been anxiously waiting for something more than criticism of the Biden administration, and now they have it. House Republicans have finally announced their agenda for 2023. Representative Blake Moore breaks down what their priorities will be. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: The United States Air Force Academy in Colorado is encouraging cadets to apply for a fellowship program for "gender minorities" that specifies "cisgender" men need not apply. House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy, the would-be Speaker of the House should the GOP retake the majority as most expect in November's midterm elections, exclusively previewed the GOP's forthcoming “Commitment to America.” The Postal Service surveilled protests in 2020 and 2021, specifically ones that were pro-gun and against President Joe Biden, a new report alleges. ALSO - Ryan with A-1 Custom Car Care joins us this morning: It's cooler, so that means you may be trying your heat for the first time. Have you ever spilled something sticky in your vehicle? Ryan gives a product that can help you out.
On today's program: Warren Davidson, U.S. Representative for the 8th District of Ohio, shares how the Left is targeting corporations and banks to advance its political agenda and about the House GOP's Commitment to America. Aimee Rogstad Guidera, Virginia's Secretary of Education, discusses Gov. Glenn Youngkin's transgender model policy. Dr. Jennifer Bauwens, FRC's Director of the Center for Family Studies, offers her analysis of new research showing nearly 1 in 10 American adults and 1 in 5 teens report experiencing depression. Episode Resources: Watch highlights from the Pray Vote Stand Summit! Explore FRC's resources on life and human dignity. Purchase your copy of Strong and Courageous. Check out The Washington Stand, FRC's outlet for news and commentary from a biblical worldview. Join Stand on the Word, FRC's two-year journey through the Bible! Connect with Tony on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Gettr, and Gab. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1521/29
Government funding, a look at the House GOP's agenda and fireworks in the Virginia delegation. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's program: Warren Davidson, U.S. Representative for the 8th District of Ohio, shares how the Left is targeting corporations and banks to advance its political agenda and about the House GOP's Commitment to America. Aimee Rogstad Guidera,
Tonight on "EWTN News Nightly": US House Republicans unveiled their plan to support the US energy industry, fight crime, and combat illegal immigration — all of which a part of the GOP's "Commitment To America" Agenda. Capitol Hill Correspondent Erik Rosales reports. Additionally, the White House is also slamming House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy and the House GOP's "Commitment To America" agenda, warning about what it would mean for women and access to abortion. White House Correspondent Owen Jensen reports. Looking towards tomorrow in Washington DC, the March for the Martyrs begins on the National Mall tomorrow. Founder of the March for the Martyrs, Gia Chacon tells us more about the march, why she started the initiative, and more. At the Vatican, theology students of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI have begun their annual meeting. The group has met at the end of each summer since 2008 and have been committed to researching the work of the Pope Emeritus. Father Ralph Weimann, a former student of the Pope Emeritus, joins to tell us more about the theme of this year's gathering, the continual impact of the Pope Emeritus' teaching, and more. Finally, a devotion to Our Lady, Undoer of Knots — which dates from the 17th century and whose feast day is coming up next week— is enjoying a recent surge in popularity. Sylvia Dorham, author of the children's book "Our Lady, Undoer of Knots", gives us more information about her book, what we can learn about the devotion, and more. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
Join Jim and Greg as they welcome the House GOP decision to put an agenda before the voters this year on the biggest issues where the Democrats have failed. They also discuss a former vice president from the EcoHealth Alliance stating under oath that COVID was a result of gain of function research in Wuhan funded in part by the National Institutes of Health. And they wince as Vladimir Putin orders 300,000 reservists to fight against Ukraine, while noting that these new soldiers are probably far less competent than the ones that have already failed.
Join Jim and Greg as they welcome the House GOP decision to put an agenda before the voters this year on the biggest issues where the Democrats have failed. They also discuss a former vice president from the EcoHealth Alliance stating under oath that COVID was a result of gain of function research in Wuhan […]
House GOP Vows to Counter China with Majority https://admin4.theepochtimes.com/t-taiwan (Taiwan) Confident About ‘High Standard' U.S. Trade Deal French Senators Visit Taiwan Following Pelosi Trip ‘Made in China' Part Halts Fighter Jet Deliveries Rubio: Biden Fails to Block IP Sale to China N. Korea Strengthens Nuclear Weapons Policy India, Japan to Strengthen Military Ties Russia Invasion Halts Half of Neon Output for Chips How Much Help Is the U.S. Giving Taiwan?
Tom Davis served seven terms in the House from Northern Virginia, including 2 cycles as NRCC Chair and as Chair of the House Government Reform Committee. In this conversation, he talks becoming obsessed with politics at an early age, working as a Senate page in the 1960s, playing a small role in the political operation of Richard Nixon, 15 years on the Fairfax County Board, 14 years in Congress, protecting the GOP majority in 2000 and 2002 while helming NRCC, why he left elected politics, the work he's most passionate about now, and his expectations ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. IN THIS EPISODE..One early moment when the lifelong political obsession started to click for a 6-year old Tom Davis…Working as a teenage U.S. Senate page…Tom spends 30 minutes in the Oval Office with President Nixon…Tom's early stint as part of the Nixon political operation…Tom talks the political legacy of Virginia's famed Byrd Machine…Tom remembers his 14+ years on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors…Tom on the excitement as part of the 1994 House GOP wave…Tom talks the political skills (and flaws) of Newt Gingrich…Early impressions and surprises on his first term in the House…Memories of tough votes surrounding the impeachment of President Clinton…Tom's path to running the NRCC in both the 2000 and 2002 cycles…Inside the candidate-recruitment process of the Tom Davis-led NRCC…Highlights of his tenure as Chair of the House Government Reform Committee…The tough decision to pass on an open 2008 Senate race and ultimately forgo re-election altogether…The two types of lobbyists in Washington…Tom breaks down lessons for Republicans in Glenn Youngkin's 2021 Virginia win…How Tom is thinking about the 2022 midterms…AND Amherst, Appalachian State University, appendages, John Boehner, Harry Byrd, Eldridge Cleaver, Bill Clinger, Carl Curtis, Tom Delay, Harry Dent, Everett Dirksen, David Dreier, Dulles Airport, David Eisenhower, Martin Frost, gay newspapers, George Mason University, Jim Gilmore, Barry Goldwater, Bart Gordon, Bob Haldeman, Jesse Helms, Eleanor Holmes-Norton, Jim Holshouser, Rush Holt, Linwood Holton, John Hostettler, Steny Hoyer, Roman Hruska, Hubert Humphrey, Andrew Jackson, Jacob Javits, Nancy Johnson, Kent State, V.O. Key, lifelong teetotalers, John Linder, Louisiana Smart, Malibu, Mike Mansfield, Terry McAuliffe, Wayne Morse, the Mountain Valley Group, no confidence votes, Oliver North, Barack Obama, Dick Obenshain, Bill Paxon, perfecting amendments, Colin Peterson, Jeffrey Pine, George Rawlings, rental seats, Tom Reynolds, Alice Rivlin, Willis Robertson, Win Rockefeller, the Rotary Club, Antonin Scalia, Chris Shays, slackers, Howard Smith, Billy Tauzin, the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Charles Thone, Strom Thurmond, Tulane, Fred Upton, Bob Walker, John Warner, Mark Warner, the Washington Post, Watauga County, Roger Wicker, wiffle ball, Frank Wolf, Jim Wright, Dick Zimmer, Elmo Zumwalt & more!
FBI Agent Accused Of Protecting HUNTER BIDEN Resigns After 25 YEARS With Bureau: Bri & Robby React (0:00)Robby Soave: Biden's Student Loan Plan Could BREAK Higher Education FOREVER (10:15) IRS Demands SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS Of Ebay Sellers With Over $600 In Sales (24:16) Ending HOMELESSNESS: Panel Debates Solutions Including Free Housing, Expanded Shelters (35:13)DANK Brandon? Fetterman Dares Biden To Legalize MARIJUANA: Tezlyn Figaro (01:04:59)MAR-A-LAGO UPDATE: Judge Orders DOJ To Give More Details On Seized Materials (01:16:39)House GOP Preparing To IMPEACH Biden After Midterms, He's 'Making Americans LESS SAFE' (01:27:13)Chronic Covid DISABILITY? 'Long Covid' Keeps 2-4M People OUT OF WORK: Report (01:34:43)Joe Rogan On Lessons From The Pandemic: 'VOTE REPUBLICAN' (01:45:01)
Hour 1 -- Kirby Wilbur in for John Carlson -- good news for Seattle thanks to its new City Attorney Anne Davidson, why Davidson's changes in the City Attorney's office are "impressive", at the same time Seattle City Council is about to ban gas powered leaf blowers, the gas powered leaf blower ban will require a racial equity analysis of the proposed law, a Pierce County Sheriff's sergeant returns to the line of duty after being shot and nearly killed on March 15th serving an arrest warrant with the county SWAT team in Spanaway, solving the mystery of a Lake Washington after-dark boating crash where one "large boat" hit a ski/tow boat and fled the scene in the darkness, some reasons for Republicans to be nervous about US Senate elections in November, Kirby and Lars Larson confront the concern that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is a bad "coach", for example the PA U.S. Senate race, Hour 2 -- Kirby Wilbur in for John Carlson -- news about the powerful James Webb space telescope capturing images of the galaxy we'd never see, the powerful images are casting some doubts on the Big Bang theory of creating the galaxy, testing the 21st Century political phrase "the science is settled", some context the 2022 summer heat wave stats that hit the US, concert fans are buzzing after arrest of an armed man at The Gorge concert venue in central Washington, did the Grant Co. Sheriff's department arrest a would-be mass shooter or a possible post-concert drug dealer?, a history/learning suggestion to check out several books written by the recently deceased David McCullough, why Kirby is concerned about Republican candidate recruitment in PA and GA. Hour 3 -- Kirby Wilbur in for John Carlson -- which aging NBA star can win the release of WNBA's Brittney Griner before Pres. Biden wins her release from Russian authorities?, Gov. Jay Inslee exposed for his bogus vaxx mandate plan still hasn't explained publicly why he's backing off his requirement after getting new pushback from labor unions, the continuing economic dilemma of worker shortages, JUST IN: Dr. Anthony Fauci says he'll retire by year's end and one KVI host points out it might be to avoid U.S. House GOP-controlled hearings should Republicans win control in Nov. general election, the Biden tax credits for EVs show why a push of hybrid vehicles would have been a smarter move rather than putting all the 'climate change eggs' into a singular EV basket, $5 trillion in COVID inside the US and the reports of multi-billion-dollar fraud investigations keep growing.
Cheney loses, and what it means for McCarthy and the House GOP. The rest of your primary results. New trend: Democrats blame Democrats for inflation. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
House GOP members are demanding transparency into the FBI raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort. A member of the House Intelligence Committee joins us to weigh in on the reports of possible classified documents at the former president's home. We'll also be speaking with Congressman Scott Perry who earlier in the week had his phone confiscated by the FBI. Democrats had a big win on a budget bill they say will lower costs. Republicans, however, had some strong words of criticism. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is making another attempt for National Guard troops to help with the flow of illegal immigrants in Washington. Will her request be granted by the Pentagon? With a massive influx of illegal immigrants coming in through the southern border, we sit down with Texas Congressman Brian Babin to find out how it is affecting Border Patrol agents. The Chinese Communist Party has been expanding its global influence unchecked for decades, and now Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is saying something must be done. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
NTD News Today—7/21/2022 1. President Biden Tests Positive for Covid-19 2. White House Responds to Biden's Cancer Claim 3. House Gop and Hungary Against Global Tax 4. New Bill on Vice President's Electoral Role 5. Texas Gop Training Thousands of Poll Watchers
Republican leadership is aggressively moving to punish several conservative lawmakers while also working to send a chilling message to incoming freshmen like Carrie Isaac, Terri Leo-Wilson, Nate Schatlzine, Mark Dorazio, Ellen Troxclair, and others. The House GOP Caucus' long-standing rule to “privately criticize and publicly praise” is being set aside in this rare occasion, as they… The post Texas House GOP Caucus Threatens Conservatives appeared first on Luke Macias.
Roger Marshall, U.S. Senator from Kansas, shares his takeaways from the Senate's hearings on abortion access after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade. Jody Hice, U.S. Representative for the 10th District of Georgia, highlights the House Freedom Caucus' call for House GOP members to oppose the NDAA and responds to the Biden administration's failure to address the spate of attacks against pregnancy care centers. Dr. Ingrid Skop, Associate Scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, exposes the harms of chemical abortion. Dr. Laura Haynes, licensed psychologist, sets the record straight after a UC Berkeley professor claimed the term “pregnant women” was violent rhetoric Chuck Grassley, U.S. Senator from Iowa, comments on the Bureau of Labor Statistics' latest data as well as the pro-life and pro-religious liberty victories at the U.S. Supreme Court this term. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
After trending on Twitter earlier in the week, Rep. Jason Osborne joins host Michael Graham on the NHJournal podcast to talk about his controversial 4th of July message and how the reaction confirms his decision to keep his tweets private.Osborne also talks about the midterms and why the NHDems' decision to center their campaign message on guns and abortion is just fine by him. Sponsored by Perfect Smiles of Nashua.
In the second hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Patrice Onwuka talked to Rita Peters of Convention of the States. They also discussed the fallout of the Johny Depp verdict, Michael Avenatti going to jail, House GOP giving in on climate change and Dems cutting funding on school choice in Virginia. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. Show website: https://www.wmal.com/oconnor-company/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Tonight on the Last Word: New York Times reporters release more audio of Kevin McCarthy. Plus, Trump-backed primary challenger David Perdue causes chaos in GA Republican politics after his Senate loss to Democrat Jon Ossoff. Also, Ukrainian soldiers continue fighting Russian forces in Mariupol. And human rights lawyer Steven Donziger is free after 993 days of house arrest. Stuart Stevens, Eugene Robinson, Sen. Jon Ossoff, Cal Perry, Tom Nichols, and Steven Donziger join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Philadelphia will lift it's recent mask mandate; Even CNN can't reconcile lifting Title 42 while keeping the mask mandate in place; House GOP setting the stage to go after the liberal transgender activist movement; A review of the day's stories. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When one-third of the House GOP is voting against NATO, McCarthy's lost control. Meanwhile CPAC will meet in Budapest, in an SNL skit come-to-life. Plus, how to stop Putin — and "globo-homo' lands in the lexicon. Tom Nichols joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. An ad-free version of The Bulwark Podcast is available exclusively to members of Bulwark+. Learn more here: https://bulwarkpodcast.thebulwark.com/account/add-podcast