Mike Lee

56 GOP Members Beg Their Colleagues to Do Anything to Stop Biden’s Destructive Agenda

Fifty-six congressional Republicans are urging their colleagues in the House and Senate to vote against a wasteful, stopgap spending measure that would fund the federal government — and a number of Democrats’ wasteful wish-list items — through the middle of December.

Who Is Karoline Leavitt, the Gen Z Republican Nominee From New Hampshire?

Karoline Leavitt, the Republican nominee in New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District, would be among the youngest people ever elected to Congress if she is victorious in her race against Rep. Chris Pappas (D) in November.

Bill Empowers Left-Wing Media with Big Tech Collusion

A new version of the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) is circulating that is worse than the original.

Senate Panel Advances $858 Billion Bill That Supports Ukraine, Taiwan, and Requires Women Register for Draft

The Senate Armed Services Committee, on a strong, bipartisan 23-3 vote, has sent to the full Senate its version of the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act, the annual bill that sets policy for the Department of Defense.

U.S. Senate Passes $40 Billion Ukraine Aid Bill

Only 11 Republicans voted 'no.'

Senate Moves $40 Billion Ukraine Aid Package Forward

Critics are calling out the Senate's decision due to shortages and other economic pressure on Americans.

Republican Lawmakers Call On TV Ratings Board to Alert Parents About Children’s Shows With ‘Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Content’

ed on the TV Parental Guidelines Monitoring Board to alert parents about children's shows with "sexual orientation and gender identity content" to help them shield children from unwanted messages.

Turning Point USA Establishes Super PAC to ‘Aggressively’ Promote ‘America First’ Movement

Turning Point USA recently established its political action committee, Turning Point PAC (TPPAC), to “aggressively fight back” against anti-American ideologies.

Yale Law Under Fire From Senators, Attorneys General for Not Punishing Free Speech Shutdown

Similar controversy at Emory Law School apparently resolved when student government finally agrees to recognize free speech group.

POLITICO Falsely Claims Jackson Would Become First Black Supreme Court Justice

Politico came under fire Monday after the outlet published content alleging that Supreme Court nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, would become the first black justice in the history of the...

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