The water bird was named a conservation organization's Bird of the Century after the Last Week Tonight host took out billboard ads across the globe and hyped the threatened species on his show.
Former President Donald Trump is barred from office under the 14th Amendment because he ?engaged in insurrection,? two conservative law professors have concluded in an upcoming law review article.
Every year, 4 million Americans turn 18 and gain the right to vote. And unlike previous generations, Gen Z votes.
Republicans who want to stop Trump?s renomination need a better argument than ?he can?t win.? We?ve been there before.
Didn’t these people know the conclusions they were hired to reach?
The report was never released publicly after researchers found no evidence that the election had been rigged for Joe Biden.
As Rupert Murdoch?s brainchild reels from legal disclosures, Democrats have a big opportunity to take their fight against the network right to its airwaves.
From the NYT: “Even as some of their counterparts at the state level race forward with far-reaching abortion bans that could even affect some methods of contraception, Republicans appear determined to recast their position on the issue as one of moderation and avert the gaze of voters away from their anti-abortion-rights agenda. …
“The Republicans’ caution reflects the potential for the eventual ruling to change the midterm political landscape. Their leaders and candidates have built a campaign to reclaim control of the House and Senate around inflation, economic uncertainty, crime, border control and American doubts that President Biden, who is deeply unpopular, can right the ship.
“Now the prospect of eliminating abortion rights has added a tectonic change to American life into the mix, threatening to upend that focus.
“Democrats have signaled that they plan to use the coming decision as a rallying cry for voters to reject Republicans, portraying its implications as vast and unacceptable.”
The traditional candidate debate might be on its last legs.
The former president?s stranglehold on the party is emerging as a serious threat to the GOP?s otherwise bright prospects in November.