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Senate Republicans unveiled police reform legislation that includes nearly a dozen bipartisan provisions.
The voices within the Democrat Party endorsing this radical anti-law enforcement agenda are not confined to state and local governments.
After dragging the country through a baseless, overtly partisan impeachment effort against President Trump earlier this year, House Democrats are at it again.
Democrats have either contradicted their previous comments or remained completely silent.
When President Trump quickly took decisive action by banning travel to and from China, Democrats called him xenophobic.
Speaker Pelosi is looking to exploit the crisis and pack her own 1400 page proposal with a wish list of unrelated measures to satisfy her political allies.
It’s not uncommon for members to miss votes while attending important committee hearings or other engagements, but Shalala and Mucarsel-Powell voted on a separate issue minutes after missing the vote to condemn Sanders.
For Illinois Democratic Representatives Sean Casten and Lauren Underwood, even an epidemic that killed 1,187 Illinoisans in one year wasn’t enough to put politics aside.
If Nancy Pelosi was trying to project fairness and impartiality with this lineup, then she failed miserably.
Weeks after voting to impeach President Trump, Nancy Pelosi refuses to transmit the articles to the Senate.
Throughout 2019, Democrat Rep. Matt Cartwright has been locked in a wide-ranging ethics scandal that involves both his wife and his family law firm.
Over the last several weeks, America Rising has captured the firestorm that many vulnerable House Democrats have endured back home for supporting impeachment.
With the House set to vote on impeachment next week, expect the public backlash to intensify.
Liberals in America have repeatedly rallied around Corbyn and the Labour Party as a model for what their future liberal activism may look like.
Many of those vulnerable Democrats aren’t showing their hands as they weigh appeasing their far-left base with an unpopular vote in key congressional districts.
As Democrats plow forward with their baseless, partisan impeachment effort against President Trump, their lack of public support is becoming painfully obvious.
Democrats skirt No Corporate PAC Pledge by funneling campaign contributions through leadership PACs.
A liberal dark money group pumped $140 million in spending during 2018 midterm cycle.
Rep. John Yarmuth just admitted that House Democrats are exactly who we thought they were: partisans hell-bent on impeaching President Trump no matter what they find during their sham “investigation.”
Prior to voting on the impeachment resolution, House Democratic leadership repeatedly emphasized the importance of having bipartisan support before moving forward with impeachment.
The Democrats’ relentless obsession with impeachment has become their entire agenda.
House Democrats have lost all credibility on this issue, and the hypocrisy of their partisan impeachment inquiry is on full display for the American people.
The Washington Examiner is now reporting that after being the subject of two ethics complaints, he was forced to amend two years of his financial disclosures to acknowledge his wife also earned income from the law firm.
Rather than approve a trade deal that would supercharge the economy, Speaker Pelosi is choosing to hold American workers hostage.
Seeking to overturn the 2016 election, Democrats have tried to impeach the president since the day he took office. This week fully exposed the fact that they lack both public support and the votes needed in the House for a formal vote on impeachment.
Casten was asked at a recent town hall to condemn anti-Semitic statements made by his colleague, Rep. Ilhan Omar. Instead of doing so, he opted to call Rep. Dan Crenshaw a “racist” who “opposes brown people.”
At town halls and other events across the country, angry constituents confronted them over their baseless, overtly partisan attempt to impeach President Trump.
Democrats have been obsessed with undoing the results of the 2016 election and impeaching the president since the day he took office.
It turns out that McBath is only for an open-door policy if constituents want to discuss the issues she wants to discuss, which clearly isn’t politically-driven impeachment of the President.
As the clock ticks down, House Democrats are making their priorities clear to the American people.
Some Democrats are already admitting they have no expectations of getting anything done for the remainder of the House session.
After months of resisting pressure to pursue impeachment by radical elements in their party, Speaker Pelosi and her leadership team have failed to arm their members with any semblance of a coherent message.
The lack of strategy is painfully evident as Democrats announced their plans to launch a formal impeachment inquiry before they even had a chance to review the evidence they’re basing it on.
National Democrats face a rising threat from the left as primary campaigns pick up.
Representative Dan Lipinski is in a contentious primary fight for Illinois’s 3rd Congressional Seat for the second cycle in a row as he draws a challenge from progressive candidate Marie Newman.
After spending more than two decades in Washington pushing a liberal agenda, Ron Kind is clearly feeling the pressure.
Cartwright’s wife also happens to work as an attorney at the law firm, specializing in commercial truck accident-related injury lawsuits.
IfNotNow activists confronted Schneider and accused him of dual loyalty to Israel.
Lauren Underwood just pulled an epic flip-flop and now supports impeachment.
Sean Casten secured quite a bit of help from outside sources in his primary and general election races, including money from a Super PAC financed by his dad.
Cheri Bustos saw the top post at the DCCC as a launchpad for her national political career. So far, the results of her leadership have been disastrous.
House Democrats are launching a new dark money group, the exact same type of outside group they have been repeatedly railing on in speeches and sought to curtail in their first priority piece of legislation — H.R. 1.
The Washington Free Beacon published an article containing a video captured by America Rising trackers of Rashida Tlaib advocating for a $20 federal minimum wage.
Over the weekend at a town hall, freshman Rep. Lucy McBath (GA-06) was asked by a constituent if she would support the Raise the Wage Act. The bill would raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2024.
At the conclusion of a recent press event on gun control legislation, Democratic Rep. Lucy McBath (GA-06) urged activists to “stand up for a gun-free society.”
The Minnesota Campaign Finance Board has ordered freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar to repay thousands of dollars to her campaign committee for using “campaign funds to pay for personal out-of-state travel as well as help on her tax returns” when she was a state representative.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s close allies at Justice Democrats are under campaign finance scrutiny by the FEC after they gave potentially impermissible contributions to campaigns for the purpose of retiring debt.
Democratic Rep. Elissa Slotkin (MI-08) has a discrepancy on her resume. On an older version, Slotkin lists working for a pro-Palestinian group, whereas her current resume lists her working for an Israeli organization during the same time period.
The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT) has called for the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate Democratic Rep. Lucy McBath (GA-06) “for improperly soliciting and accepting free congressional office space from the City of Brookhaven, Georgia.”
Freshman Rep. Abigail Spanberger (VA-07) is trying her hardest to distance herself from self-proclaimed socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Freshman Democrats Gil Cisneros (CA- 39) and Elissa Slotkin (MI-08) were recently asked if their fellow freshman Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib should be reprimanded for their anti-Semetic remarks. Both refused to answer the question.
Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other Democrats still use Uber & Lyft despite claims services “rip off their employees.”
Dozens of House Democrats have taken a pledge not to accept corporate PAC donations to fend off far-left criticism. However, that has not stopped the DCCC from raking in cash from PACs.
Democrat Sharice Davids is facing heat from liberals and campaign volunteers back at home for flip-flopping on Medicare for All.
Nunes (CA-22) is a top target for Democrats at the DCCC and locally in California. They have a big problem to sort out first though: no one has filed to run, yet.
House Dems can’t seem to agree on much these days. They are failing to advance yet another major legislative priority for their party, protecting DREAMers.
Yesterday, America Rising trackers caught up with House Progressive Caucus Chair Rep. Pramila Jayapal at a Medicare for All town hall at American University.
At a town hall in NYC over the weekend, America Rising trackers recorded Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doubling down on her comments that she believes it’s a “myth” that the Veterans’ Affairs system is broken.
Roughly 50 House Democrats have sworn off accepting corporate PAC dollars to appease the liberal wing of their party.
Josh Gottheimer spent a lot of time raising out of state money this quarter. One thing he hasn’t spent any time doing? Taking questions from constituents.
The sentiment runs counter to years of still-ongoing bipartisan efforts to overhaul the VA after a 2014 Arizona Republic report detailed gross mismanagement that resulted in patient deaths and attempts to cover up long wait times with a secret waiting list.
The liberal wing, led by freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has seized control of the Democratic Party.
Over the weekend, Rashida Tlaib encouraged the audience at a fundraiser in Detroit to start a hunger strike in order to shut down operations of ICE at the border.
Freshman Rep. TJ Cox (CA-21) is embroiled in a full out scandal regarding his non-profit, the Central Valley Community Sports Foundation (CVCSF).
Vulnerable House Democrats are being backed by out-of-state dollars by an overwhelming margin.
Last night, during a 60 Minutes interview, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tried to downplay the role a small, vocal group of radical liberals, led by Representative Alexandria Ocascio-Cortez, has had in pushing House Democrats to the Left.
The Democrat party is at war with itself. The so called “centrist” wing now wants to scale back the party’s top policy priority, Medicare for All.
The House Democrat caucus is fighting amongst themselves yet again.
In their quest for progressive purity, numerous freshman House Democrats have taken a pledge to not take corporate PAC money.
The division within the Democratic party continues to escalate on all fronts.
House Democrats are making a habit of voting on non-binding resolutions that do not have the force of law.
House Democrats are in complete disarray and are publicly fighting every day.
Freshman Democrats in swing districts went on the record early this year to stress the importance of having a budget. However, due to divisions in the party House Dems are officially balking at a budget.
According to the Fresno Bee, Cox failed to disclose his financial ties to four different businesses, including his role on the board of a Canadian mining company on his campaign finance documents.
Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez elevated her battle with the DCCC over the weekend by taking to Twitter encouraging the progressive grassroots activists to not donate to the establishment campaign arm of the House Democratic caucus.
Progressives such as Reps. Ilhan Omar and Pramila Jayapal, who both sit on the Budget Committee, are commandeering the Democratic caucus with radical policy demands.
The Daily Beast is out with a new piece highlighting Joe Cunningham’s (SC-01) supposedly moderate reputation.
They can’t agree on impeachment, policy, or primary challenges and it is tearing the House Democratic caucus apart at the seams.
Rep. Lucy McBath (GA-06) was forced to pay three years’ worth of back taxes for improperly claiming the Homestead Exemption.
House Democrats in swing districts had no problem pushing the narrative last election cycle that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia –despite having no evidence.
House Democrats in swing districts are desperately trying to distance themselves from extreme progressives like AOC and Ilhan Omar.
Rep. Lucy McBath (GA-06) penned an op-ed praising 2020 presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris.
Before he was elected Phillips stated that people should only be able to give money to candidates that they themselves are able to vote for.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi doubled down on her claim that freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar does not understand that her rhetoric is anti-Semitic.
House Democrats had a really bad week. They were completely divided when it came to condemning freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar’s anti-Semitism.
America Rising PAC trackers caught up with VA Democrats to see where they stood on campaigning with Governor Northam and Lt. Governor Fairfax on the campaign trail this fall.
Nancy Pelosi can’t control centrist Democrats from siding from Republicans or far- left representatives, like AOC, from threatening their colleagues with primary challenges.
Politico is reporting this afternoon that Pelosi threatened to pull DCCC support from members who voted with Republicans on motions...
House Democrats are in complete disarray and Speaker Pelosi is struggling to keep her members from jumping ship. For...
Yesterday, Rep. Andy Kim (NJ-03) held his first town hall meeting since taking office. He was confronted by a constituent who wanted an explanation as to why he voted in favor of Pelosi for Speaker.
The votes have been tallied and Nancy Pelosi is the new Speaker of the House. She won thanks in...
Today, House Democrats will cast their vote for the next Speaker of the House. Thirty newly elected Democrats campaigned...
California Rep.-elect Gil Cisnernos is the first freshman Democrat to flip flop on his campaign promise to oppose Nancy...
Over the weekend, Rep.-elect and self-described “democratic socialist” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took to Twitter to claim that $21 trillion in...
This morning, 12 newly elected House Democrats will make their first decision on behalf of their constituents and vote...
Newly elected House Democrats will make their first major decision as members of Congress – whether or not to...
House Democrats continue the party infighting over who should be the next Speaker of the House, and currently Nancy...
Last night, Democrat Sharice Davids (KS-03) said in a debate that she does not support abolishing ICE, claiming her...
In tonight’s NY-19 debate, Antonio Delgado said he would not accept Nancy Pelosi’s endorsement. Does that mean he’s going...