Things just keep getting more uncomfortable the more information comes out regarding 89-year-old California Senator Diane Feinstein’s declining physical and cognitive help. A recent interview seems to double down on the fact that Feinstein is simply no longer fit to continue to serve in the U.S. Senate.
While some Democrats are now actively calling for 89-year-old Dianne Feinstein to resign her Senate seat, there seems to be nothing but cheers as Senator John Fetterman of Pennsylvania, a man who is barely functioning as an independent adult and has to receive extensive assistance in order to carry out his day to day duties, is set to return to the Senate.
Conservatives are, once again, at a crossroads as the race towards another presidential election year begins to pick up before us. Do we pick the most ‘red meat’ candidate possible and risk the general election? Do Republicans need to pander down to moderates, assuming they still exist in our post-COVID-19 lockdown world?
Senator Rand Paul walked out of a Homeland Security Committee hearing earlier this week, disgusted with Democrat Chair Gary Peters for repeatedly blocking GOP amendments during markup for the Fire Grants and Safety Act.
Senator John Fetterman’s team released pictures of him hard at work from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where he checked himself in for clinical depression over three weeks ago.
The people have spoken, and Kari Lake appears to be the most popular candidate for the GOP vice presidential slot in 2024 according to last week’s official Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Michigan Rep. Elissa Slotkin announced this week her intentions to run for Senate in 2024 to replace retiring Sen. Debbie Stabenow.
Senator John Fetterman of Pennsylvania has officially checked himself into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for treatment regarding severe depression.
Trump may have claimed his latest scalp in the Republican Presidential Primary race, with one Rand Paul superPAC closing its operations.
The daughter of Senator Christopher Coons rejected Biden’s kiss and clearly was uncomfortable with the Vice President’s invasion of her personal space.