December 6, 2021 4:55 pm

Greene escalates GOP infighting, targets Mace for criticizing Boebert

Republicans keep “trash”-talking one another over the backlash surrounding comments GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert said she made in jest to Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar about being a suicide bomber.  Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Georgia Republican, slammed Rep. Nancy Mace, South Carolina Republican, as “trash” on Tuesday morning for Ms. Mace’s criticism of the remarks by…

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Pete Buttigieg: Child care a key issue in supply chain disruption, labor shortage

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg repeatedly contended Wednesday morning that access to affordable child care is a root problem in the country’s supply chain and labor shortage issues. During an interview with MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski on “Morning Joe,” Mr. Buttigieg said the U.S. is experiencing a supply chain disruption because the country is still amid the…

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N.J. high school students protest officials over homecoming election

Students staged a sit-in Monday at their New Jersey high school to protest administrators’ involvement in the election of the homecoming king and queen. Passaic County Technical Institute students originally had elected two girls to be homecoming king and queen, but school officials added two kings to the ballot. This led to students electing two…

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Virginia’s economic growth in McAuliffe’s term as governor trailed peer states

Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe boasts that he presided over booming economic growth in the Commonwealth during his time as governor, but the numbers show a different story. Mr. McAuliffe, running for a second, non-consecutive four-year term against Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin, repeatedly describes himself on the campaign trail as a jobs governor who…

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