House Minority Leader John Boehner said he opposes releasing the remaining half of the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program before there is a proven need for the money.
“I think until there is a demonstrated need in our economy and a plan to address that need, I think it would be irresponsible for Congress to release the additional money,” Boehner, an Ohio Republican, said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
The FBI is in possession of the laptop allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden which contained emails purportedly showing Joe Biden had involvement in his son’s foreign business dealings, according to a report. Two senior administration officials told Fox News that the FBI has the recovered laptop, and that ... Read More
Pope Francis called for the creation of civil union laws for same-sex couples in a new documentary that aired in Rome on Wednesday, breaking from the Vatican's stance on the issue. “Homosexuals have a right to be part of the family,” he said in Francesco, a documentary about his life, according to the ... Read More
First, Joe Biden’s Praetorian Guard argued that the New York Post’s Hunter Biden scoop was “Russian disinformation.” The DOJ, FBI, and DNI each publicly disagreed. No one in the Biden camp has denied the veracity of a single email thus far. Yet, as of this writing, the Post’s Twitter account is still ... Read More
Oh, Jeffrey Toobin — let him among us with a free hand cast the first stone. Toobin, a writer for The New Yorker and fixture on CNN, was participating in a role-playing exercise on a Zoom call with his magazine colleagues, wargaming election-night scenarios. Toobin was standing in for the courts when he ... Read More
I guess our destiny is to have to address this nonsense every few months, no matter which party is in charge of the government. Okay, all together now: There is no good reason to appoint a special counsel. This time, it’s President Trump and his most strident supporters pushing for it -- yes, you heard that ... Read More