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Daily Archives: February 16, 2017

Report: Trump Aiming to Sign Executive Orders on EPA

According to reports, President Trump is set to sign executive orders that will alter the EPA. The Hill reports: Trump will attend a swearing-in ceremony for EPA Administrator nominee Scott Pruitt at agency headquarters after the Senate confirms Pruitt, Inside … Read More

Under Armour CEO Walks Back Support of Trump in Full-Page Newspaper Ad

Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank walked back his pro-Trump comments on Wednesday in a full-page advertisement in his hometown newspaper, The Baltimore Sun. Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank prints full-page ad in today's Baltimore Sun to clarify POTUS comments; doesn't … Read More

Dem Launches Panel to Review Presidential Removal Procedures

Rep. Earl Blumenauer announced on Wednesday that he is launching a working group to review the 25th Amendment, which outlines how to oust a sitting president. The Hill reports: Blumenauer said he became concerned about the amendment’s potential shortcomings after … Read More

Senate Nixes Obama-Era Gun Rule

The Senate axed an Obama-era rule that blocks people receiving Social Security disability events from being able to purchase a firearm. The Hill reports: Senators voted 57-43 to strike down a regulation that requires the Social Security Administration to report … Read More

Trump to Hold Rally in Florida on Saturday

President Trump is set to host a rally in Florida on Saturday. Join me in Florida this Saturday at 5pm for a rally at the Orlando-Melbourne International Airport!Tickets: https://t.co/9jDy1tYkgE pic.twitter.com/GDhO6GGxwt — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 15, 2017 The Hill … Read More

Schwarzenegger Rips Gerrymandering: Congress ‘Couldn’t Beat Herpes in the Polls’

Arnold Schwarzenegger tore into Congress on Wednesday, calling them so unpopular that they “couldn’t beat herpes in the polls.” The Hill reports: The “Celebrity Apprentice” host and California’s former governor pins the blame for much of the public’s dislike for … Read More

Report: Intelligence Officials Withhold Information from Trump

According to new reports, intelligence agencies are withholding intelligence from President Trump. The Hill reports: Current and former officials told the news source that some information was withheld from Trump in fear that that it would be compromised or leaked. … Read More

McCain Announces Opposition to Trump’s Pick for Budget Chief

Sen. John McCain said on Wednesday that he will not back Rep. Mick Mulvaney’s nomination to head the Office of Management and Budget. The Hill reports: McCain stressed his opposition wasn’t personal but focused on Mulvaney’s previous policy positions, accusing … Read More

Collins to Vote Against Trump’s EPA Pick

Sen. Susan Collins announced on Wednesday that she will be voting against President Trump’s EPA nominee. The Hill reports: Collins is the only Senate Republican to come out against Scott Pruitt, the Oklahoma attorney general who sued the EPA 14 … Read More

‘Day Without a Woman’ Strike Set for March 8

The group who organized the Women’s March on Washington has announced that another similar event will take place on March 8. In the spirit of women and their allies coming together for love and liberation, we offer A Day Without … Read More