Project Veritas Loses Hundreds Of Thousands Of Followers Following James O'Keefe's Exit
On Monday afternoon (Feb. 20), O'Keefe announced in an online video that he is departing the organization after he was indefinitely suspended from his role as CEO and removed from the group's board. "None of this makes any sense, and why is this happening right now?" O'Keefe asked. "Those are the questions I have. I don't have answers."
Sarah Palin Warns Gov. Ron DeSantis Not To Challenge Trump For 2024 GOP Presidential Nod
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, who has close ties to former President Donald Trump, does not think Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida should run for president in 2024, but would support him if he made a White House bid in the future.
Watchdog Reports U.S. On 'Unsustainable' Financial Path
The U.S. Government Accountability Office's audit of the federal government's financial statements found it "continues to face an unsustainable long-term fiscal path." In fiscal year 2022, the federal government spent $6.27 trillion and collected $4.9 trillion in revenue, resulting in $1.38 trillion deficit, according to the U.S. Treasury.
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Just In Time For Biden's Campaign MSNBC has announced plans for a brand-new program with former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki. The show, titled "Inside with Jen Psaki," will air Sundays at noon on MSNBC beginning March 19, followed by a release on NBC's Peacock streaming platform a day later.