The Republican president of Pennsylvania’s state Senate said this week that hearings will kick off what he said would be a “thorough forensic audit” of the 2020 election.
Former President Donald Trump has claimed that although the state’s popular vote totals show President Joe Biden won the coveted swing state, there was fraud in the election. Although that claim has never been proven, the allegation has cast a pall over the state in the eyes of some lawmakers.
Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman on Monday told radio host Wendy Bell that hearings scheduled for this week would kick off the Senate’s investigation.
The number of Americans who say they are satisfied with the direction the country is headed has hit its lowest level since President Joe Biden took office in January, according to a new poll.
Amid mounting crises at home and abroad, respondents to a recent Gallup survey answered that Biden’s presidency has America headed in the wrong direction.
The poll, which was released on Tuesday, found that only 23 percent of Americans are satisfied “with the way things are going in the U.S.”
It’s always good when a dictator masquerading as a politician is taken down a notch or two, and the top court of the state of Kentucky has done just that.
A landmark separation of powers case came before the state’s Supreme Court as the legislature sought to challenge Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s emergency powers.
The blow to Beshear’s “aggressive” COVID-19 attack plan came when the high court decided Saturday that state law allows the legislature to check his powers, according to The Associated Press.
Franklin Graham’s Organization Takes Matters Into Its Own Hands to Get People Out of Afghanistan
By Dillon Burroughs August 24, 2021 at 7:32am
The Christian non-profit Samaritan’s Purse is joining with other groups to evacuate Americans and others from Afghanistan amid the Biden administration’s failed military withdrawal.
“@SamaritansPurse is partnering with organizations to get men, women, and children out of #Afghanistan. Read more about our response in the country and join us in praying for the thousands of innocent people affected by this crisis,” Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham wrote in a Twitter post Tuesday morning.