Let’s not overcomplicate this: Republicans passed a $2 trillion tax cut for billionaires and corporations. And now they’re refusing to pay for it. It’s really that simple.

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You know that Downing Street Xmas party that the government party denies ever happened, well @itvnews  has exclusive footage of a mock Downing St press conference four days after in which head of broadcast Ed Oldfield and @ITVAllegra  joke about it.

They’re lying to you and they’re laughing at you.

Real America wants safe cities, affordable gas, and freedom. Democrats gave us record crime, record inflation, and Fauci.

oh my god the full clip is so so so much worse

In the richest country in the history of the world, mothers should have a right to spend time with their newborns. We must enact paid family and medical leave NOW.

On Dec. 7, 1941, PanAm’s Pacific Clipper seaplane was approaching Auckland from Honolulu when it received word of the attack on Pearl Harbor. To get home safely, the seaplane then flew west in what is still the longest commercial flight by mileage ever.

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The American public realizes the Biden administration and Congressional Democrats are out-of-step with their concerns. They've noticed the focus on pushing a radical, massive spending bill instead of tackling inflation, labor shortages, supply chain issues and open borders.

While customers pay record-high rental car costs, what is @Hertz  doing? Lining the pockets of executives and private equity investors with $2 billion in stock buybacks. @Hertz  owes the public an explanation for their corporate greed.

“I ask you to rededicate your efforts to ensure the internet is a place of safety for all.” Read The Countess’s speech here:

Breaking: We just confirmed Jessica Rosenworcel to be Chair of the @FCC  She's set herself apart as one of America’s leading champions for a more affordable and accessible high-speed internet Under her leadership, the FCC will make immense progress to address the digital divide