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EXCLUSIVE: House Republicans Demand HHS Inspector General Launch Criminal Probe Into Anthony Fauci

Nearly a dozen House Republicans led by Ohio Rep. Warren Davidson called on the inspector general of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to launch a criminal probe into National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Anthony Fauci. The referral stems from the chief presidential medical adviser’s calls for Fox News anchor Jesse Watters to be…

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How 31 Republicans Just Betrayed The Country To Reward Illegal Immigration, Worsen Inflation, And Pay Off Democrats’ Donors

At nearly midnight on Friday, 13 House Republicans gave Speaker Nancy Pelosi the votes she needed to pass the so-called “bipartisan infrastructure bill” — colloquially known in DC as the BIF. In doing so, these House Republicans, among them two members of the House GOP leadership team, all but guaranteed House passage of Joe Biden’s hotly partisan, $2 trillion reconciliation…

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There’s A Reason DC Democrats Are Always Winning, Even When They Lose

Washington Republicans are excited for the 2022 elections, and they have reason to be — they’re going to do well. They’re heavy favorites to take back the House of Representatives; and despite a very bad Senate map, it’s a coin flip they’ll retake that too. None of this is too shocking: First-term presidents usually face a backlash, and often it’s…

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Nancy Pelosi Kicks Ranking Republicans Jim Jordan, Jim Banks Off Partisan Jan. 6 Commission

In an unprecedented display of partisanship, Democrat Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi rejected Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio and Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana from sitting on her 13-member January 6 commission. In a statement riddled with overdramatic claims and lies that the Capitol riot was “the worst domestic assault on American Democracy since the Civil War” and…

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Divergence Between Reps. Jim Jordan, Ken Buck Illustrates Conservative Divide On Tech

Two top House Republicans among big tech’s thorniest adversaries in Washington remain starkly divided on how to rein in Silicon Valley’s empire. Earlier this month, a group of bipartisan lawmakers led by Rhode Island Democrat Rep. David Cicilline and Colorado Republican Ken Buck — who serve as chair and ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial,…

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217 House Democrats Torpedo Bill Prohibiting Corporate Cooperation With Chinese Slave Labor

House Democrats voted down a Motion to Recommit (MTR) by Kentucky Republican Rep. Andy Barr Wednesday that would have required businesses to report to the Treasury Department if they discover a supplier or other business partner is using Chinese forced labor. The final vote came with 207 Republicans in favor of the measure and 217 Democrats opposed. Under Barr’s proposal,…

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