Balance of Power Shifts in Senate as Impeachment Trial Awaits

Balance of Power Shifts in Senate as Impeachment Trial Awaits

As Senators return from their break on Jan. 19, 2021, major changes are on the docket – three new Congressmen to be seated and confirming President-elect Joe Biden’s Cabinet. Now that the Senate is split 50-50, leadership will be shared between Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer. Then, there is Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. Warnock, Ossoff, […]

Kudos! Hero Capitol Police Officer Protects Senate Chamber From Insurgents

Kudos! Hero Capitol Police Officer Protects Senate Chamber From Insurgents

Hidden among the horror of insurgents storming the Capitol building on January 6th is a hero police officer. He is credited with steering the invaders away from the Senate Chamber, as reported by Reuters on Jan. 10, 2021. The news source reached out to the Capitol Police regarding his identity. The USPC has yet to […]

Senate Confirmed Nathan Simington Will Hold a Seat on FCC

Senate Confirmed Nathan Simington Will Hold a Seat on FCC

To assure the Republicans have two seats, like the Democrats, on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) when Biden takes office, the Senate confirmed Nathan Simington, according to The Hill on Dec. 9, 2020. The Senate voted him in potentially crippling the Biden administration before they take office. Simington is a senior adviser at the National […]

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