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Administration

March 16, 2022

BIDEN VOWS TO VETO ENDING TRANSPORTATION MASK MANDATE

President Biden vows to veto a Republican-backed resolution that would end his federal transportation mask mandate. The Senate passed the measure to scrap the mandate in
March 10, 2022

BIDEN SCIENCE ADVISOR ADVOCATES FOR RESEARCH ON ABORTED BABIES

In a leaked recording, top Biden administration scientist Francis Collins defended as “moral and beneficial” the use of aborted babies’ scalps, livers, and other body parts
March 10, 2022

WHITE HOUSE ADMITS INFLATION TO SPIKE MORE

The White House states that February’s consumer price index report is expected to yield an even higher inflation figure than January’s 7.5%. While polling suggests Americans
March 9, 2022

BIDEN ED DEPT THREATENS FLORIDA PRO PARENTAL RIGHTS BILL

Biden’s Education Department threatens Florida over the state’s parental notification bill. “The Department of Education has made clear that all schools receiving federal funding must follow
March 9, 2022

AMERICA BANS RUSSIAN OIL

President Biden announces a ban on Russian oil, but says his administration would have little ability to help Americans suffering from high gas prices, which have
March 3, 2022

BIDEN ADMIN DOUBLES DOWN ON SEX CHANGE TREATMENTS FOR KIDS

The Biden administration warns that it will take “immediate action if needed” to ensure that youth in Texas can get sex change treatments. The move comes
February 28, 2022

RUSSIA BANNED FROM SWIFT

The U.S. and multiple other countries announce in a joint statement that they will sanction Russia by removing its major banks from the Society for Worldwide
February 26, 2022

BIDEN NOMINATES RADICAL JUDGE TO SCOTUS

President Biden nominates Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer on the
February 25, 2022

BIDEN SENDS MORE TROOPS TO EUROPE

President Biden announced new sanctions against Russia and orders 7,000 more U.S. service members to Germany, but maintained that the U.S. military will not fight in