Month: August 2022

By Jeremy Diamond and Arlette Saenz, CNN President Joe Biden doesn’t plan to allow the investigations into his predecessor to muddy his efforts to tout a recent string of legislative achievements ahead of the midterm elections. Even as federal and state investigations into former President Donald Trump heat up and dominate headlines, senior administration officials
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Express-News Editorial Board Aug. 9, 2022 This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 1of2 Ana Rodriguez, right, mother of Maite Rodriguez, who was murdered in the Robb Elementary School shooting May 24, and Berlinda Arreola, grandmother of Amerie Jo Garza, who was also murderedin the shooting, react after the Hondo City
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It’s past time for responsible gun owners to speak out against assault weapons and call for a ban. These killing machines do not belong in public places in the hands of untrained civilians and kids who can’t even buy beer. I’m no liberal. I’ve voted Republican my whole life and was a National Rifle Association
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When You’re Not Looking Lee Zeldin fancies himself tough on crime and a supporter of families and law enforcement. But for years he promoted extremist views of the Second Amendment and opposed every measure to minimize gun violence and death. Last week, he voted no on the House’s assault weapons ban after 10 people were
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Georgia’s Republican Gov. Brian Kemp says he has a problem with boycotts, particularly ones related to Georgia’s new voting restrictions law. But apparently that repulsion to boycotts only applies to Democrats and issues he favors, because Kemp has personally proposed boycotts of his own. Kemp and his campaign have recently reupped false attacks on Democratic
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Donald J. Trump’s endorsement of Leora Levy effectively transformed Connecticut’s three-way Republican primary for U.S. Senate into a one-on-one contest between his chosen acolyte, Levy, and a non-believer, Themis Klarides. On the ballot Tuesday are Klarides, a socially moderate former state House Republican leader who did not vote for Trump’s reelection, and two Trump loyalists
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The Daily News asked candidates for statewide office in the Aug. 16 Alaska primary and special U.S. House elections to answer a series of issue and biographical questions to help voters understand their positions. Some questions were suggested by readers. Read all the responses here. Gregg Brelsford • Parrty: Undeclared • Law Professor, public administrator,
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Leora Levy, former President Donald Trump’s choice for U.S. Senate in Connecticut, spoke with Breitbart News about her campaign to “rid Connecticut of the Blumenthal Blight” just days before the state’s Republican Senate primary on Tuesday. LISTEN: Breitbart News Saturday host Matthew Boyle praised Levy for recently securing former President Donald Trump’s endorsement and asked
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Today in an NRA-ILA-backed lawsuit, a coalition of groups that offer and promote youth-firearm safety, youth-shooting sports, and youth-hunting and hunter-education programs filed a lawsuit challenging a newly passed California statute that prohibits them from promoting those programs. The California Assembly passed and Governor Newsom signed AB 2571 into law earlier this year. NRA-ILA provided
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How Portapique began to heal after a mass shooting “There’s a new sense of hope, there’s a sense of pride.” Nate Chute and Omar Ornelas, El Paso Times On Aug. 3, 2019, a gunman opened fire at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas. Authorities say the gunman targeted Mexicans in hopes of scaring Latinos
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This week, the Boulder County Commissioners unanimously voted to pass a gun control package consisting of five ordinances to infringe on your Second Amendment rights. Commissioner Matt Jones claims these ordinances are “common-sense gun violence laws designed to help keep people safe,” but, apparently, common sense isn’t common. These ordinances are restrictions that attack your constitutional right to
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