What happens now: A timetable of the process to (maybe) form a government

A look at significant upcoming dates as Israel’s warring political leaders try to navigate the deadlocked election results, prevent a fifth national vote With Israel’s latest election over, attempts to form a new government begin, though at the moment the prospects of those efforts succeeding…

With 95% of ballots tallied, vote count fails to break deadlock

Islamist party Ra’am loses a seat to Meretz but remains key player; some of 40% of absentee votes counted; tensions emerge in Netanyahu’s bloc Election officials continued counting absentee ballots on Thursday, with results so far showing no clear path to a majority coalition for…

CNN Forced to Admit Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Refusal to Lockdown Florida is ‘Paying Off’… One of the Lockdowns’ Greatest Casualties Could Be Science

CNN Forced to Admit Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Refusal to Lockdown Florida is ‘Paying Off’ CNN was forced to admit that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ refusal to impose strict lockdown measures and mask mandates is “paying off,” with the state recording fewer COVID-19 deaths per capita…

Pelosi: Climate Change Responsible For Crisis On Border

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claimed Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” that climate change is responsible for the surge of migrant children crossing the U.S. southern border. “There are more children, about 600, 700 more children, unaccompanied children coming over the border. This is a humanitarian…

Rep. Ilhan Omar Reintroduces Rent And Mortgage Cancellation Act

On Thursday, Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar of Minnesota reintroduced a bill to cancel rent and mortgage payments until 2022, citing the lingering coronavirus pandemic as reason for the piece of legislation. A press release from Omar’s office said the bill would “institute a nationwide cancellation of rents…

Democrats’ election reform bill attacks anonymous political speech

Anonymous political speech allows a speaker to criticize government without fear of retribution from that same government. On March 2, Democratic Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse posted a tweet in which he calls Jan. 6, the day pro-Trump rioters ransacked the Capitol, a “day that will live in…

New Zealand embraces BDS, divests government fund from Israeli banks

“It is viewed by some groups as potentially aligning New Zealand with an anti-Semitic movement,” said Nicola Willis, member of New Zealand’s Parliament. By Josh Plank, World Israel News The New Zealand Superannuation Fund (NZ Super Fund) announced Tuesday that based on information provided by…

ID for absentee ballots are now required in Georgia. Angry leftists react by storming the state capitol.

Related: When the Left Attacked the Capitol. In the winter of 1971, you could still find vestiges of an age of innocence in Washington. The previous decade had been one of the most unstable in the country’s history, rocked by political assassinations, racial violence and explosions…

Democrats including Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are pushing Biden to give Americans recurring direct payments on top of $1,400 checks in his latest COVID relief bill

A group of Democratic lawmakers are calling on Joe Biden to take it upon himself to include recurring direct checks for Americans in his coronavirus recovery plan on top of the $1,400 checks included in the latest relief package. ‘We urge you to include recurring direct payments and automatic…

Sen. Richard Burr Openly Admitted That He Violated the Constitution By Voting to Impeach Trump

North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr is one of seven Republicans who voted “guilty” to convict President Donald Trump on Saturday — and by his own admission, he violated the Constitution in doing so. President Trump was acquitted on a single impeachment article of incitement of…