The war for the Republican Party’s soul lasted about as long as a season of “The Apprentice.” Former President Trump Donald Trump Trump's Facebook ban to stay in place, board rules Trump allies launching nonprofit focused on voter fraud DOJ asks for outside lawyer to review Giuliani evidence MORE won. Thursday marks four months to the day since the Jan 6. insurrection Trump incited, for which he was impeached. At the time, top GOP figures including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell Addison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell Schumer works to balance a divided caucus's demands Lobbying world The Memo: Biden moves into new phase of COVID-19 fight MORE (R-Ky.) spoke out against Trump. McConnell at one point hinted at the possibility of a significant GOP vote to remove the then-president, in the apparent hope of ridding the party of the insurrection’s stain. ADVERTISEMENT It’s all changed now. Trump’s most aggressive GOP critic, Rep. … [Read more...] about The Memo: The GOP’s war is already over — Trump won
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close Video Veterans denied parking lot for Rolling to Remember event Pentagon will not give space to veterans for annual Memorial Day demonstration. Reaction from AMVETS executive director Joe Chenelly. Rep. Brian Mast, R-Fla., blasted the Biden administration for rescinding a permit for a 30-plus years Memorial Day tradition for veterans that has always been staged in the Pentagon parking lot. "Memorial Day traditions like Rolling to Remember have been granted permits by every administration, Democrat and Republican, for the past 30 years. The Biden Administration's decision to end this Memorial Day tradition flies in the face of the freedoms that so many have died to protect," Rep. Mast said in a statement to Fox News. "We are blessed beyond words to be citizens of the greatest country on Earth and only live free thanks to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice. But sadly right now, in Joe Biden's America, it is easier to cross the … [Read more...] about Rep. Mast blasts Biden administration for ending vets’ Memorial Day motorcycle tradition
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for April 21 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Rep. Brian Mast, R-Fla., accused the Biden administration of blocking the annual Rolling to Remember motorcycle rally, a 30-year-plus Memorial Day tradition for veterans that has always been staged in the Pentagon parking lot. "We are blessed beyond words to be citizens of the greatest country on Earth, and only live free thanks to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice," Mast said in a statement . "But the Biden Administration seems intent on restricting that freedom, and now, even restricting Memorial Day ceremonies. Preventing a tradition like Rolling to Remember flies in the face of the freedoms that so many have died to protect." PENTAGON HALTS PLAN TO OFFER COVID-19 VACCINES TO DETAINEES AMID BACKLASH In a letter, Mast urged Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to "promptly approve" the … [Read more...] about Biden admin blocking veterans’ annual Memorial Day motorcycle rally, Rep. Mast says
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Civil rights advocates sued a Maryland county on Wednesday to seek the court-ordered removal of a Confederate monument from a courthouse lawn on the state’s Eastern Shore, calling it a racist symbol of oppression. In their federal lawsuit, an NAACP branch leader and a defense lawyer say the “Talbot Boys” statue in Talbot County is the last Confederate monument remaining on public property in Maryland besides cemeteries and battlefields. READ MORE: Orioles Pitcher John Means Throws First No Hitter For Franchise Since Jim Palmer In 1969 The lawsuit claims that a statue glorifying the Confederacy on the lawn outside the county courthouse in Easton, Maryland, is both unconstitutional and illegal under federal and state laws. Keeping it there “sends a message that the community does not value Black people, that justice is not blind, and that Black people are not equal in the eyes of the county,” the suit says. “For Black employees and litigants entering … [Read more...] about Lawsuit Seeks Confederate Statue’s Removal From Talbot County Courthouse
Hong Kong (CNN Business) Wine and wheat. Lobsters and logs. Beef and barley. If Australia exports it, China has likely put up barriers to entry over the past year, as diplomatic relations between the two countries rapidly deteriorated. Now, one commodity is almost single-handedly keeping the trade relationship afloat: iron ore. Australia is the world's largest producer of iron ore, mining more than 910 million metric tonnes in the 2019-2020 financial year, according to the Australian government, almost twice as much as its nearest competitor Brazil. Iron ore is a vital component in the production of steel, and with China embarking on a $500 billion infrastructure spending spree to help the economy recover from the pandemic, Beijing's need for it has never been greater. Diplomatic relations between Australia and China fell into a deep chill one year ago, after Prime Minister Scott Morrison called for an independent investigation into the … [Read more...] about Iron ore is saving Australia’s trade with China. How long can it last?