Political News & Social Views

Month: March 2023

Political Campaign Worker Indicted for Allegedly Offering Voters Bribes

The Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone announced Thursday that the charges stem from a scheme where one of the campaign workers for a Perth Amboy City Council candidate offered $20 supermarket gift cards to voters in return for letting her complete their mail-in ballots.

Netanyahu’s big mistake was caving in to the Covid Cult

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently proposed significant judicial reform for the country, provoking much hyperbolic indignation. Centred on decreasing the court’s power over the Knesset (parliament) as well as granting government control over the appointment of judges, this is vitally needed to restore some sense of political balance.

Inexcusable – this lazy, cowardly, sitting-on-the-fence journalism

None of the terrible things that have happened in the last three years – the destruction of life and livelihood, the assaults on freedom, the state bullying and coercion, the vaccine deaths and injuries – would have been possible if the media had done its job, engaged in a modicum of basic research, and spoken truth to power.

Pelosi’s Statement On Trump Really Gives The Game Away

Good evening comrades, welcome to the brave new world in which political enemies aren’t considered “innocent until proven guilty” — but rather, are graciously afforded “the right to a trial to prove their innocence.”

Pandora’s Donald Trump Prosecution

The first indictment of a former U.S. President is a sad day for America.
The news late Thursday that a Manhattan grand jury has indicted former President Donald Trump is a sad day for the country, with political ramifications that are unpredictable and probably destructive. If there was ever a case that opens Pandora’s box, the first indictment of a former President in U.S. history is it.