Author: slstaff

The campaign for Democratic governor candidate Katie Hobbs in Arizona has blamed Lake, who is endorsed by the Republican Party, for “spreading harmful falsehoods and instigating threats” after a break-in at their headquarters earlier this week. According to the campaign manager Nicole DeMont’s Twitter post, Secretary Hobbs and her team have received “hundreds” of death threats and other violent threats. Let there be no doubt: Kari Lake and her supporters have spent the better two years spreading harmful falsehoods and instigating threats against anybody they like. “Arizonans attempting to exercise their constitutional rights have been threatened, and elected officials have…

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Hochul questioned Zeldin’s “importance” for raising the issue of a crime. Lee Zeldin, the Republican candidate for governor, and Kathy Hochul, the current Democratic governor, sparred over crime and violence in New York during a televised discussion on Tuesday night. At the outset of the discussion, Zeldin said that New York was “in a crisis” under Hochul’s leadership and lambasted the mayor’s policies, including cashless bail and soft-on-crime approaches, for adding to New Yorkers’ sense of insecurity. “It’s imperative that public spaces be made secure once more. My unwavering support for law enforcement and my desire to reclaim our streets…

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During Tuesday night’s debate, Republican New York State Representative Lee Zeldin pressed New York Governor Kathy Hochul on her stance on cash bail reform and her unwillingness to accept putting up criminals. And what does Hochul think? What’s the big deal? Hochul replied to Zeldin, “Anyone who commits a crime under our regulations, especially with the alteration we made to bail, has implications,” as they neared the midway point of their discussion. Why would you even care about that? RealClearPolitics currently classifies the election for governor in traditionally blue New York as a tossup since Zeldin has narrowed Hochul’s advantage…

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John Fetterman and the quiet town he brags about revitalizing are both sick. On the weekend, I went for a walk around the quiet streets of Braddock, Pennsylvania, a little town not far from Pittsburgh, where the Democratic candidate served as mayor for nearly ten years and was much admired for his progressive policies. While in town, I spoke with a few residents and government officials about Fetterman, the self-proclaimed savior of the steel town who is currently vying for a Senate seat. The first thing I saw as I traveled through Braddock was the scarcity of Fetterman signage. After…

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In the wake of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman’s (PA) disastrous performance in Tuesday night’s debate, social media was ablaze with commentary from all sides of the political spectrum. After suffering a stroke earlier this year, Fetterman has been subject to questions about his ability to fulfill the duties of his office. He has shown that he has trouble understanding words and has trouble speaking, and he frequently needs conversations to be transcribed so that he can follow along. The Democratic nominee called the Republican nominee a liar, while the Republican nominee called the Democratic nominee a radical leftist…

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Axne and Cartwright, according to the NRCC, are campaigning with Biden because “they vote for everything he wants.” On Wednesday, less than two weeks before the 2022 midterm elections, President Joe Biden will make three virtual appearances at campaign events to support some of the most vulnerable Democratic candidates running for the House. On Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m., Biden will make his first public appearance at a virtual event hosted by Democratic Pennsylvania Representative Matt Cartwright. To represent Pennsylvania’s 8th Congressional District, Democrat Matt Cartwright will have a tough rematch against Republican Jim Bognet, whom he defeated in the…

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Jim Rickards, a well-known financial expert, doesn’t hold back when making bold forecasts. Mr. Rickards is a respected figure in the world of international finance, having served as a CIA insider and financial counselor to the Department of Defense. His best-selling book Currency Wars is widely considered one of the most influential economic books of the previous decade, and he played a key role in the Reagan administration’s negotiations to settle the Iranian issue. Today, he’s raising a warning that most people would rather ignore, but he thinks that’s a mistake. He predicts that the currency as we know it…

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Over 50 individuals were shot over the weekend in Chicago, the city of Democratic Mayor Lori Lightfoot (11 of them were killed). Lightfoot has recommended a raise for herself as a reward for the excellent job she has done in maintaining public safety. According to the draft law, Lightfoot would be eligible for a yearly inflation hike of up to five percent. Her present yearly pay of $209,915 is set to increase to $216,210 come May 2023, according to the ordinance. In addition, Lightfoot’s compensation would increase by five percent for each year she serves as mayor. If the pay…

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Washington is a very blue state, but new polls show that Republicans may be able to win back the Senate seat that they last had in 2001, despite the fact that Democrats have thrown millions of dollars into the election. Senate Majority Leader Pat Murray, a Democrat, is running for reelection against political novice and Republican Tiffany Smiley. A total of nearly $17 million has been spent on this election by Murray’s campaign, according to the Seattle Times, while over $10 million has been spent by Smiley’s. On Monday, a survey was released by Citizens United, a conservative advocacy group,…

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The overall crime rate in New York City increased by 30% so far in 2014. Exactly two weeks before the election, New York Governor Kathy Hochul held a news conference to defend her record on crime. Although shootings have decreased, she blamed “human emotion” for the city’s rising level of insecurity. At a news conference, Attorney General Letitia James remarked, “I deal with two things here: I deal with the facts, and I deal with people’s fears, and I handle both.” “Thankfully, gun violence is decreasing. It’s getting there, but there’s still no human connection. I can see why you…

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Alexandra Pierce, the founder of the HRH Collection and a fashion designer, claims that a liberal exodus is taking place in the city of Los Angeles. In an interview with Alex Marlow, editor-in-chief of Breitbart News, broadcast on SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Daily, Pierce said that she relocated the HRH Collection design studio out of downtown Los Angeles due to the growing crime rate and the misery of the homeless. An ancient adage says something like, “At this point, I’m a sitting duck here in Los Angeles. When is the bus going to come and smash my friends and me?…

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It’s not unexpected, but things may turn against the Democrats in a few weeks if that’s what they meant. Katie Hobbs’s twin sister, Becky, said that the national party poured money into elections to support MAGA candidates. As a Democratic candidate, Katie is seeking the office of governor of Arizona. The Democrats apparently thought these people would be easier to attack during the general election. It does, however, address the widespread sense of superiority held by the great majority of Democrats (via Project Veritas): The twin of Katie Hobbs believes the Democratic Party “was pouring money in primaries” to help…

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During a debate on Tuesday night, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman of Pennsylvania struggled to explain why he had altered his position on fracking, a divisive subject in the state. After suffering a stroke earlier this year, Fetterman’s eligibility for office has been called into question due to his shown difficulties with understanding words and speaking, as well as his frequent need to have talks transcribed for him. The moderator remarked, “You have made two inconsistent remarks regarding fracking.” “In an interview from 2018, you claimed, ‘I don’t favor fracking at all. It’s something I’ve never done before. However,…

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The majority of Rishi Sunak’s new cabinet served under Johnson or Truman. Concern has been raised in Westminster about the return of Suella Braverman to the Home Office, the administrative body responsible for developing immigration policy. Last week, Braverman resigned from the Truss government, saying he had “severe questions” about the cabinet’s determination to fulfill its promise to reduce immigration and handle the illegal migrant problem in the English Channel by 2019. During her brief time as Home Secretary under Truss, Braverman, herself the daughter of immigrants, adopted a problematic stance on immigration by pledging to try to meet the…

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Tuesday, the Supreme Court of the State of New York ruled that government employees who were terminated for refusing COVID-19 immunization should be reinstated and paid back. “The Health Commissioner has the authority to issue public health directives. Nobody in this debate has any reason to distrust this source of information. However, the Health Commissioner lacks the power to enforce additional restrictions on city employees. The Health Commissioner is unable to delay a worker’s return to duty. The Health Commissioner has no authority to terminate anyone. The Mayor cannot make exceptions to these regulations for any employees. According to Executive…

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