Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen cries as he questions the damning findings of Robert Hur's Special Counsel report. After lying to the American public for several minutes and claiming that Biden is mentally sharp, has an “incredible record” and is “thoughtful” and “deliberate,” he had to stop as he looked… Read More »Dem cried for people who doubt Biden's mental fitness | louder.news
A reporter asked James Biden if Hunter Biden smoked crack in the White House when he came to testify in the impeachment inquiry against President Biden. James Biden is the younger brother of Joe Biden. He testified before the House Judiciary and Oversight Committee Wednesday morning behind closed doors about… Read More »James Biden asked before Capitol Hill testimony: “Did Hunter smoke crack in the White House?”
The judge overseeing Trump's Georgia case donated to the Fani Willis campaign before the appointment
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee, who is overseeing the case against former President Donald Trump, made a small donation of $150 to the campaign of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis before the his appointment McAfee, who was sworn in on February 1, 2023 after being appointed by… Read More »The judge overseeing Trump's Georgia case donated to the Fani Willis campaign before the appointment
Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) threaten to replace the cash we use with programmable, traceable and censurable tokens controlled by governments. Your financial options could be deleted and privacy removed. From what I have learned and experienced firsthand, this could happen before the 2024 election. The best way to stop… Read More »America's totalitarian “Crypto Dollar” may arrive before the election | louder.news
INSIDER: Man hailed as a hero for chance encounter with Bill de Blasio: 'Thanks for screwing up the city, a-hole'
A momentary chance encounter with a former mayor was all a New Yorker needed to wipe the socialist's smile off his face. Where once New York City might have been compared to a five-star hotel as the playground for the rich and influential from all industries, the Big Apple's reputation… Read More »INSIDER: Man hailed as a hero for chance encounter with Bill de Blasio: 'Thanks for screwing up the city, a-hole'
Worsening problems in the commercial real estate market could lead to a new banking crisis | louder.news
Concerns are growing that the current problems in the US commercial real estate market could lead to another banking crisis. About $929 billion in outstanding commercial mortgages will sell this year, the Mortgage Bankers Association reports. That's a staggering amount that equates to 20 percent of the $4.7 trillion in… Read More »Worsening problems in the commercial real estate market could lead to a new banking crisis | louder.news
Preliminary report details disturbing sexual violence by Hamas on October 7: an 'apocalypse of bodies'
The publication of a preliminary report on the atrocities committed in Israel detailed the extent of the brutality compared to an “apocalypse of bodies” caused by Hamas. Between stopping further evil acts by terrorist perpetrators and efforts to rescue hostages taken during the October 7 massacre, much less attention has… Read More »Preliminary report details disturbing sexual violence by Hamas on October 7: an 'apocalypse of bodies'
The Federal Aviation Administration reported a safety issue that caused a United Airlines flight to Los Angeles to be diverted. Flight 1533 made an emergency landing at Chicago's O'Hare Airport after the Boeing 787 took off from Newark Liberty International Airport Wednesday morning, WLS-TV reported. Law enforcement and airline sources… Read More »United flight forced to divert after suspicious bag, bomb threat note found in bathroom
According to data from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Americans are spending the highest percentage of disposable income on food since the 1990s as a result of sky-high inflation under President Joe Biden. Average consumer spending on food rose to 11.3% of their disposable personal income in 2022,… Read More »US food spending as a share of income hits highest in more than 30 years
Iran is sending powerful missiles to Russia after the Biden administration and members of the United Nations (UN) allowed preventive sanctions to expire. Iran sent hundreds of ballistic missiles to Russia and will in turn receive fighter jets and helicopters from Moscow, marking the deepest military ties between the two… Read More »Iran sends powerful missiles to Russia after Biden admin lets pre-emptive sanctions lapse
Virginia Republican congressman accused of 'disgraceful' behavior after being kicked out of an event supporting former President Donald Trump […] It is important to take care of the patient, to be followed by the patient, but it will happen at a time when there is a lot of work and… Read More »Here's why Congressman Bob Good was kicked out of the pro-Trump event
A town in New York is devastated by the news that the nation's oldest gun manufacturer is closing its local factory and moving operations to Georgia. Remington, which has long been one of America's most historic and recognizable brands, will soon leave Ilion, a blue-collar town in the Mohawk Valley.… Read More »America's most historic gun manufacturer to close factory in blue state, moves to red state
Christie Brinkley celebrates 70th birthday by stripping down to her bra and declaring she's 'finally happy'
Former supermodel Christie Brinkley has taken to Instagram to prove she's aging like fine wine with a post you wouldn't expect from someone who just turned 70. Dressed in a white sports bra, tight black leggings and a smile, Brinkley looked the epitome of fitness as she flexed her biceps… Read More »Christie Brinkley celebrates 70th birthday by stripping down to her bra and declaring she's 'finally happy'
Federal civil rights complaint filed against Denver Public Schools for allegedly requiring 'black excellence' pledge […] It is important to take care of the patient, to be followed by the patient, but it will happen at a time when there is a lot of work and pain. To continue seeing… Read More »Promise of 'black excellence' in Denver schools prompts civil rights complaint
At this rate, it may only be a matter of time before a stairlift chair is added as mandatory equipment aboard Air Force One. President Biden nearly fell while boarding AF1 on Tuesday, even though he was using the short stairs that led him into the belly of the plane… Read More »Short layovers and Secret Service not enough to keep Biden from tripping as he boards Air Force One
Major US trading partners, including the UK, Germany and Japan, have recently entered recession as inflation and high interest rates weigh on businesses. Although the United States has so far avoided a recession, it could be dragged into economic turmoil as international trade and business decline, according to experts who… Read More »According to experts, the global plague of recession could infect the US
Former President Donald Trump praised late Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny during a Fox News town hall on Tuesday after being criticized for his initial response to his death by his Republican rival and others. The Russian government announced Navalny died in prison on Friday, prompting international condemnation. Trump remained… Read More »Trump praises Putin's fallen opponent after being criticized for initial response
Biden administration reportedly set to greenlight rules changes that could raise gas prices, but not until after election
The Biden administration is expected to ease seasonal restrictions on ethanol and gasoline blends, but has delayed the change until after the 2024 election to avoid a price spike, according to Reuters. The rule change stems from a 2022 request by the governors of Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio,… Read More »Biden administration reportedly set to greenlight rules changes that could raise gas prices, but not until after election
A delivery driver's alleged self-defense against an allegedly drunk and deviant illegal alien landed him in handcuffs: “I did things the right way … and I ended up going to jail.” The lawlessness in New York City courtesy of soft-on-crime policies has only been exacerbated by the worsening illegal alien… Read More »Amazon driver fights off suspected wayward drunk migrant in New York. Guess who ends up in fists?
The NYPD battled illegal immigrants who attacked them inside a shelter, another indicator of how lawless the Big Apple has become. The incident took place in the tent city of Randall's Island and was captured on video that showed objects being thrown at officers. Police then subdued an illegal alien… Read More »Migrants attack NYPD officers, throw objects as they stop at troubled shelter
A North Korean ballistic missile that was launched by Russia into Ukraine contained numerous electronic components sourced from the US and Europe, according to a new report from Conflict Armament Research (CAR), a UK-based research organization. Approximately 75% of the 290 components analyzed in the missile came from US-based companies,… Read More »According to the report, the North Korean missile launched by Russia contained American electronics
Republican businessman Eric Hovde launched his long-awaited campaign against Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin on Tuesday. The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) recruited Hovde, who had been heavy a months-long campaign, after other prominent Republicans such as Reps. Mike Gallagher i Tom Tiffany he refused to jump into the… Read More »A Republican businessman challenges the vulnerable Democratic senator in a battleground state
National Black Farmers Association President John Boyd Jr. said Tuesday that black farmers are a dying breed and criticized President Joe Biden for helping Ukraine but not American farmers. There are now only 40,000 black farmers in the United States, down from a million at their peak, and their land… Read More »Black farmer criticizes Joe Biden for prioritizing Ukraine
Boston forks out $116 million from taxpayers to house migrants in hotels, feed 3 meals a day, until June
Hard-pressed American taxpayers are footing the $116 million bill in Massachusetts for illegal immigrants to live in luxury while Democratic leaders cry poor. The documents show the massive cost of housing for illegal immigrants in Boston and across the state, while Massachusetts is struggling to maintain its shelter system. “Records… Read More »Boston forks out $116 million from taxpayers to house migrants in hotels, feed 3 meals a day, until June
The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author. I commissioned a survey on the image of the market economy and capitalism in 35 countries between June 2021 and October 2023. In Poland, Ipsos MORI surveyed a total of 1,096 randomly selected people from 30 July to 9… Read More »In no other country do people love capitalism as much as in Poland (not even the United States)
Repackaged with the disaster on his mind, Hawaii's governor made another pitch to charge tourists to subsidize his green agenda. Since Hawaii Gov. Josh Green (D) made the lieutenant governor move in 2022, his Democratically controlled state legislature has twice failed to pass initiatives to address additional fees for tourists… Read More »Hawaii's Democratic Governor Wants to Hit Tourists with 'Climate Impact Tax'
The BU waitress-turned-legislator with a soft spot for BLM and Hamas sympathizers danced her own foot in her mouth with a hot rendition of a recently viral NYPD outfit. In simpler times, little notice would probably have been given to the Gotham girls in blue strutting their stuff while promoting… Read More »The NYPD is promoting its new dance team, and even AOC is scratching its head
Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley made an all-hands call to drop out of the presidential race on Tuesday, as former President Donald Trump continues to dominate the polls just days before his home state's primary. Haley's campaign sent out a media alert Monday evening announcing she would deliver a… Read More »Nikki Haley rejects calls to drop out despite dismal polls
Republicans need to “learn to joke,” according to Arizona US Senate candidate Kari Lake. The former Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate brushed past criticism of former Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., as campaign talk, explaining in a radio interview Monday that it was all “in jest.” a feeling that caused fire from… Read More »Meghan McCain disagrees with Kari Lake's suggestion to 'make a joke'
The double standards and hypocrisy of the liberal media take center stage in the latest narrative surrounding last week's Kansas City parade shooting. While suspects are in custody after the shooting in Kansas City, Missouri, while the Chiefs were celebrating a Super Bowl victory, the names of the “young men”… Read More »The media showed glaring bias in the wake of the Kansas parade shooting