Gary Evan Hendler – President Trump granted a full pardon to Gary Evan Hendler. This pardon is supported by former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and the Office of the Pardon Attorney. In 1984, Mr. Hendler was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and dispense controlled substances and served 3 years’ probation for his crime. He is remorseful and has taken full responsibility for his criminal actions. In the 40 years since his conviction, Mr. Hendler has lived a law-abiding life and has positively contributed to his community. He is financially stable and owns a successful real estate business. Most notably, he has helped others recover from addiction. Since 1982, he has organized and led weekly AA meetings. He also has mentored many individuals on their journey to sobriety with his radio broadcasts. His former probation officer noted that Mr. Hendler had become “integral” in the lives of many members of the community who were dealing with substance … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Announces Pardons and Commutations for 143 People in Last Hours of Presidency
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✓ Arlington National Cemetery wreath laying at 2:25 p.m.: Biden and his wife, the first lady, and Harris and her husband, Doug EmhoffDoug EmhoffBidens load food boxes in Philadelphia on MLK Day Biden calls Americans to volunteer on MLK Day Harris: 'Don't let anyone put you in a box because of your gender' MORE, will visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to honor America’s war dead. They will be joined by former President Obama and Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaAshley Biden says Melania Trump has not reached out to Jill Biden Biden poised to be the most pro-immigrant president since Reagan Obama honors MLK Day: 'He never gave in to violence, never waved a traitorous flag' MORE, former President George W. Bush and Laura Bush, and former President Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonGOP Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene referred to Parkland school shooting as 'false flag' event on Facebook Senators vet Mayorkas to … [Read more...] about The Hill’s Morning Report – President Biden, Vice President Harris begin work today
There is, of course, a more immediate reason his tweets should be available for both lawmakers and the public to see. The historic second impeachment of a sitting president hinges on accusations of incitement in relation to the insurrection at the US Capitol. While Exhibit A in any trial before the Senate could certainly be Trump's speech at the protest rally on January 6, attended by many who later turned toward the Capitol and became a violent mob, it is not too difficult to imagine that Exhibits B, C and D are likely to be Trump tweets. When the Senate tries Trump, as when history eventually judges him, the contexts for his words -- not just the words themselves -- will be critical to understand. … [Read more...] about How will history remember the Twitter President?
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele specifically cited a photo of Hawley making a gesture of support to a crowd in Washington earlier in the day of the riot, with the petition adding that even after the violence, “Senators Hawley and Cruz still chose to stand in the chamber of the U.S. Senate and persist in their baseless objections to the will of the people.” … [Read more...] about Attorneys urge Missouri Supreme Court to probe Hawley’s actions before Capitol riot
On that front, however, unknowns remain. While Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has emphasized that interest rates could remain at historic lows for the foreseeable future, the fate of Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package will rely on his ability to generate some Republican support. In a divided Washington, that will be no easy task. … [Read more...] about Trump is handing Biden a booming stock market