Author: Kaitlyn Schallhorn

North Carolina voter fraud probe could prompt new primary, general elections

FOX NEWS Possible voter fraud probed in tight NC House race It’s been nearly a month since North Carolina voters cast their ballots for the 9th Congressional District, but officials are still holding off on certifying the winner amid an investigation of possible voter fraud pertaining to absentee ballots. With fraud allegations still plaguing an uncertified North Carolina congressional election, voters could head back to the polls for a brand new election – primary and all. North Carolina’s state legislature voted Wednesday to require both new primary and general elections should the state elections board decide to call for...

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Next New York attorney general promises to ‘use every area of the law’ to probe Trump and family

FOX NEWS Incoming New York Attorney General Letitia James plans to fully investigation President Trump and his family’s business dealings when she takes office next year. (Getty Images/Desiree Navarro) New York’s incoming attorney general promised to investigate the business dealings of President Trump and his family as soon as she takes office next year. “We will use every area of the law to investigate President Trump and his business transactions and that of his family as well,” Letitia James told NBC News in an interview published Tuesday. “We want to investigate anyone in his orbit who has, in fact,...

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Susan Collins’ honorary degree should be rescinded, nearly 1,500 St. Lawrence University faculty, alumni say

FOX NEWS Nearly 1,500 St. Lawrence University alumni and faculty are calling on the school to rescind an honorary degree Sen. Susan Collins was awarded last year because of her vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. A more moderate Republican, Collins was targeted by liberal activists and those opposed to Kavanaugh – particularly after allegations of sexual assault came to light – who thought she could abandon her party and vote against confirming the judge. But ahead of the vote, Collins said she didn’t believe the charges could “fairly prevent Judge Kavanaugh from serving on the Court.” Kavanaugh, who vehemently...

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Former South Carolina GOP leader ‘maliciously’ kills mom’s dog, says it was God’s command: police

FOX NEWS Todd Kincannon, the former executive director of South Carolina’s Republican Party was hospitalized after he violently stabbed his mother’s dog to death and blamed it on a “command” from God, officials said.  (Lexington County Detention Center) The former executive director of South Carolina’s Republican Party allegedly stabbed his mother’s dog to death and blamed it on a “command” from God, officials said.  Todd Kincannon, who briefly served as the state GOP’s executive director nearly a decade ago, was hospitalized last week after police were called to his parents’ home, WYFF-TV reported. Police said they discovered Kincannon, a...

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GOP candidate says he’d use ‘2nd Amendment’ against anyone who treats his daughter like Trump ‘treats women’

FOX NEWS Danny Stockstill, an Oklahoma congressional candidate, said he would “use my Second Amendment” if his daughter dated someone who treated her like President Trump “treats women.”  (stockstillforcongress.com) A Republican congressional hopeful said Tuesday he would “use my Second Amendment” if his daughter dated someone who treated her like President Trump “treats women.”  Danny Stockstill, a business owner and Southern Baptist pastor, took the swipe at Trump during a forum with other GOP congressional candidates in Tulsa. He said he would also not allow his son to exhibit similar behavior toward women, Tulsa World reported. “If my daughter ever...

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‘Sex and the City’ star Cynthia Nixon could be New York’s next governor: A look at her political activism

FOX NEWS Actress Cynthia Nixon to run for NY governorship Former “Sex and the City” star Cynthia Nixon took to Twitter to announce her plan to run for New York governor. The actress will challenge Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic primary in September. Cynthia Nixon, known as Miranda Hobbes by fans of HBO’s “Sex and the City” series, officially declared her candidacy for governor of New York on March 19 – challenging incumbent Democrat Andrew Cuomo. “New York is my home. I’ve never lived anywhere else,” Nixon said in a campaign video. “New York is where I was...

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What is the farm bill? From food stamps to conservation efforts, a look at the massive legislation

FOX NEWS House Republicans are gearing up for their next project: the farm bill. From food stamps to conservation issues, the farm bill is a huge piece of legislation that needs to be updated by Congress about every 5 years. It influences everything about agriculture production — from how food is grown to how its distributed, including on an international level. The farm bill’s massive size and undertaking gives way to various critiques from those who think its too costly or doesn’t do quite enough. House Republicans are reportedly just short of the 218 votes it needs to pass...

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If Trump gets subpoenaed in Mueller’s Russia investigation, here’s what could happen

FOX NEWS President Trump has been warned Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team could issue him a subpoena in an effort to force his hand to testify, his former attorney said. John Dowd, who resigned as Trump’s lead lawyer on the Russia investigation in March, reportedly raised the possibility of a subpoena during a meeting with the president’s legal team before he left. Mueller, 73, took over the federal government’s probe into alleged collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russian officials in May 2017. Since then, Trump has repeatedly derided the investigation as a “witch hunt” and denied any collusion. Read on...

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