White House: Hunter Biden ‘Has the Right’ to Sell Artwork for $500K

From WWW.BREITBART.COM White House press secretary Jen Psaki stated Friday that Hunter Biden “has the right to pursue an artistic career” by selling “artwork” to an anonymous buyer for as much as $500,000, despite concerns that Hunter Biden is still invested in “CCP [Chinese Communist Party]-linked firms.” “I can tell you that after careful consideration, a system has … Read more

Republicans slam Biden’s ‘vague threats’ to China over COVID stonewall

From WWW.FOXNEWS.COM House Republicans are not satisfied with the Biden administration’s stance against the Chinese government when it comes to making sure there is a thorough investigation of the coronavirus pandemic. National Security adviser Jake Sullivan told “Fox News Sunday” that China would face “isolation from the international community” if a proper probe does not take … Read more

Federal judge overturns CA ban on assault weapons

From WWW.CBSNEWS.COM A federal judge overturned California’s three-decade-old ban on assault weapons Friday, ruling that it violates the constitutional right to bear arms. U. S. District Judge Roger Benitez of San Diego ruled that the state’s definition of illegal military-style rifles unlawfully deprives law-abiding Californians of weapons commonly allowed in most other states and by the … Read more

Rep. Boebert Demands Pelosi Tears Down Capitol Wall

From WWW.BREITBART.COM Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is demanding House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) “tear down” the wall surrounding the U. S. Capitol, highlighting the hypocrisy of Democrats who spent the last four years decrying such boundaries as unacceptable, particularly on the U.S. border. Madam Speaker, tear down this wall! pic.twitter.com/Vy6lIJuGc5 — Rep. Lauren Boebert (@RepBoebert) March … Read more

‘Righting wrongs’: Democrats want reparations for descendants of slaves

From WWW.USATODAY.COM Legislation creating a federal commission to study how the U. S. government can apologize for slavery and make reparations to the descendants of slaves is receiving renewed attention in Washington after calls grew last summer amid nationwide racial justice protests. A House committee is debating a bill Wednesday that would direct more than a dozen experts to examine how the U. S. government supported … Read more