Noem’s Alleged Nepotism to Be Probed by the Attorney General She Hates

SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota—Less than a day after the Associated Press reported that South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem strong-armed the state into giving her daughter a real estate license, the state attorney general she tried to oust is on the case. “I have been contacted by concerned citizens and legislators,” Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg wrote… Continue reading Noem’s Alleged Nepotism to Be Probed by the Attorney General She Hates

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Supporters of Republicans’ controversial “audit” of 2020 presidential election ballots have turned on each other after the partisan investigation failed to find proof of election malfeasance, with disaffected backers even circulating a fabricated rival report they claim shows interference by the “deep state.” The audit report landed with a thud on Friday, only proving, if… Continue reading Arizona Audit Backers Turn on Each Other After Recount Flop

Military Brass Contradicts Biden Telling of Afghanistan Drawdown

President Joe Biden’s most senior military advisers urged him to leave thousands of troops in Afghanistan in order to prevent the collapse of the country’s coalition government, the officials testified on Tuesday, directly contradicting Biden’s own recounting of their advice in the leadup to the chaotic American military withdrawal from the country. “I recommended we… Continue reading Military Brass Contradicts Biden Telling of Afghanistan Drawdown

GOP Launches Fundraising Frenzy Off Biden Vax Mandates

When President Joe Biden announced his administration would require vaccines or weekly COVID tests for federal workers and businesses with 100 or more employees, Republicans pounced—as the saying goes—into fundraising mode. The day after the announcement, the Republican National Committee began blasting out emails and text messages asking supporters to reach into their pockets to… Continue reading GOP Launches Fundraising Frenzy Off Biden Vax Mandates

DHS Cyber Office Wants to See Secret Voting Machine Vulnerability Report

A cybersecurity official at the Department of Homeland Security has shown interest in seeing a copy of a report alleging “severe” vulnerabilities in Georgia’s voting machines—a report that a federal judge has decided to keep secret. As The Daily Beast reported last month, U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg ordered the report—authored by a renowned computer… Continue reading DHS Cyber Office Wants to See Secret Voting Machine Vulnerability Report

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