A higher-than-expected number of young men have experienced heart inflammation after their second dose of the mRNA COVID-19 shots from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna, according to data from two vaccine safety monitoring systems, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Thursday.
Contrary to the mainstream media’s narrative, U.S. Park Police did not clear Lafayette Park and the nearby area of protesters on June 1, 2020, so President Donald Trump could walk from the White House over to St. John’s Church.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday called on U.S. policymakers to directly deal with the issues she argues is presented by the growing use of cryptocurrency, while supporting a Federal Reserve-backed digital currency. Warren called it a “terrible currency” that’s really only useful to “criminals” and speculative investors she said in a Senate subcommittee hearing on the possibility of a central bank digital currency.
A Popeyes restaurant in Lake Saint Louis, Missouri, is under criminal investigation after an alleged sign announced that the fast food restaurant reserved “the right to refuse service to white people.”
Senate Republicans on Friday blocked advancing a House-passed bill that would form a 9/11-style commission to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol breach.
President Donald Trump delivered his first major speech after leaving office, charting a path forward for the Republican Party and conservatives but suggested that he might run in 2024. The President went on to critique the first month of the Biden administration by saying; “Biden has failed at his number duty as Chief Executive; enforcing America’s laws.”
The so-called Equality Act introduced by Democrats, saying it promotes “the most comprehensive assault on Christianity ever written into law.”
Joe Biden on Feb. 14 urged Congress to strengthen existing laws concerning gun ownership on the third anniversary of the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.
The Senate has voted 57-43 to acquit Trump on the impeachment charge. Seven Republicans joined all Democrats in voting for impeachment, but 17 GOP members would have needed to do so to have the two-thirds majority required to convict the former president.
Biden is off to a very rapid start with his 27 plus executive orders (more than any other modern president within their first week).
As a senator for nearly forty years, hopefully, he will eventually restrain himself from ruling by executive order and instead actually seek to lead by influencing the legislative process the House of Representatives and the Senate).