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Started by Blazor, November 15, 2022, 12:42:03 PM
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Quote from: DKG on November 15, 2023, 02:47:45 PMThe House of Representatives on Nov. 14 passed a stop-gap spending bill to continue government funding in two stages through Feb. 2.209 Democrats joined 127 Republicans to pass the measure in a vote of 336-95. It was opposed by 93 Republicans and two Democrats.The bipartisan passage produced a major win for Speaker Mike Johnson, whose predecessor was ousted after passing a similar bill in September.
Quote from: DKG on November 16, 2023, 03:21:50 PMBrandon Johnson has only been Chicago's mayor for six months, yet he has already managed to best former Democratic Mayor Lori Lightfoot at chasing away the approval of the electorate.An Illinois Policy Institute poll conducted from Oct. 18 to 22 by the analytics outfit Echelon Insights found that only 28% of respondents approve of the job Johnson is doing as mayor — the lowest rating for a mayor at this point in the term in the city's modern history. As a point of reference, the same poll found that Lightfoot had a 28% approval rating ahead of her crushing electoral defeat in February.
Quote from: Oerdin on November 16, 2023, 08:48:08 PMThe supposed mass graves of murdered Indian kids in Canada has turned out to all be a lie.https://youtu.be/Cz3Spb23kUg?si=U190uq4OSNHfwkhY
Quote from: Herman on November 19, 2023, 01:38:22 AMA Democratic congressional candidate from Oregon was afraid that her future in politics was in jeopardy after a video of her as a dominatrix in Manhattan appeared online.
Quote from: Herman on November 20, 2023, 01:43:37 AMA libertarian Javier Milei had a strong win in Argentina's presidential election run-off. The outsider radical, who has pledged to "burn down" the central bank and dollarize the economy, beat Peronist economy chief Sergio Massa in the Sunday vote, though struck a measured tone in his closely watched first speech as president-elect.In his first speech Milei pledged speedy reforms to fix an economy mired in crisis. Inflation is at 143%, foreign currency reserves are in the red and a recession is looming. But he also signaled moderation and thanked his mainstream conservative backers Mauricio Macri and Patricia Bullrich.Milei will be buoyed by his larger-than-expected vote take of 56% in the run-off after he got 30% in the first round general vote last month. But he still faces a divided Congress where his Liberty Advances bloc only has a small share of seats.
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