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Biden Admits Dems Lack Filibuster-Proof Vote Tally to Pass Abortion-Access Law
At the White House, President Joe Biden listens to New York Gov. Kathy Hochul speak during a virtual meeting with Democratic governors on abortion rights. (AP)
In the end, whether Congress codifies the right to abortion will likely come down to the outcome of the midterm elections. Biden hopes Dems can pick up enough Senate seats to override a filibuster. But at the same time, many polls show a strong chance of Democrats losing control of one or both chambers in the fall vote. "This is going to go one way or the other after November," said the president. [Full Story]
N.Y. Revamps Gun Rules in Bid to Preserve Some Limits Post-SCOTUS
New York's legislature approved a sweeping overhaul Friday of the state's handgun licensing rules, seeking to preserve some limits on firearms after the Supreme Court ruled that most people have a right to carry a handgun for personal protection.The bill, which Gov. Kathy...... [Full Story]
Rep. Zeldin to Newsmax: NY Gov Race a 'Taste' of Dems' National Agenda
Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Appears 'Befuddled,' 'Unsure'
Clerks Complete Recount of Nevada Republican Governor's Race
Is 'Amnesty' Next for Senate After Bipartisan Gun Bill, Trailer Deaths?
Jordan Peterson Holds Ground on Controversial Tweets Despite Twitter Suspension
Report: Ukraine Using US-Provided Rockets to Hit Russian Troops
China to Loosen Entry Restrictions on US Citizens
GOP Spanish-language Ad Targets Four Vulnerable Dems
Google Deleting Abortion Clinic Visits in Roe Reversal’s Wake
Holiday-Travel Chaos: Airlines Brace for Huge Weekend Crowds
Prosecutor Won't Sue Texas AG Paxton Over Jan. 6 Records
Report: White House Indecisive on Offshore Drilling Leases
CNN's Prime-Time Ratings Dip Under New Leadership
Poll: Nearly 3 in 10 Americans May Consider 'Taking Up Arms' Against Government Someday
House Panel to Hold Hearing on Impact of Roe v. Wade Reversal
Kerry Vows US to Meet Climate Goal Despite Court Setback
Supreme Court Gears Up For Another Term of Consequential Cases
WHO Europe Chief: 'Urgent Action' Needed to Reverse Monkeypox's Spread
Wall St Ends 1st Day of 3rd Quarter With Relief Rally
Florida's Parental Rights in Education Law Takes Effect
Fireworks Displays Fizzling in Many US Cities, Counties
Ohio Top Court Lets Six-Week Abortion Ban Remain in Effect
US Flag Maker Banned by Facebook, PayPal
Republicans Slam WH Official for Saying Gas Prices Defend 'Liberal World Order'
4th of July Weekend Sees Record Air Travel
Biden to Award Medal of Freedom to John McCain, Steve Jobs, 15 Others
TikTok Seeks to Reassure Lawmakers on US Data Security
Texas Education Board Rejects Proposal to Term Slavery 'Involuntary Relocation'
WikiLeaks' Assange Appeals US Extradition
Brig Gen (ret) Blaine Holt
The Irascible Disruptor
Are we celebrating Independence Day? Or, are we celebrating that once, we were independent? Lets not lament... [Full Story]
Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
The Judge
The age-old clash between order and freedom, about which Jefferson wrote, often comes down to uneasy cases.... [Full Story]
Fr. Frank Pavone
Abolishing Abortion
For those protesting in places that have lost legal abortion, you might have to learn how representative... [Full Story]
Deroy Murdock
Libertarian View
Biden, the FDA, and Washingtons other dictators should get their fangs out of Juul, let adult smokers enjoy... [Full Story]
Larry Bell
On Point
A landmark June 30 Supreme Court ruling in favor of plaintiff states in West Virginia v. EPA will have... [Full Story]
As Holiday Weekend Starts, Airport Crowds Top 2019 Numbers
The July Fourth holiday weekend is off to a booming start with airport crowds crushing the numbers seen in 2019, before the pandemic. Travelers seemed to be experiencing fewer delays and canceled flights early Friday than they did earlier this week.... [Full Story]
Tips for a Safe July 4th Picnic or Barbecue
Each year about 1 in 6 Americans get sick from foodborne diseases. The rates of infection increase in summer when bacteria in foods multiply faster in the heat. Foodborne infections, commonly called food poisoning, are caused by bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Harmful...... [Full Story]
Pelosi's Vatican Communion Meant to 'Humiliate' Catholics, Church Advocates Say
Funds to Ease Semiconductor Chip Shortage Stalled in Congress
Biden's Policies the 'Driving Force' in Illegal Immigrant Deaths
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