President Joe Biden’s approval rating is higher than that of Congress and the Supreme Court, according to a new poll.
Biden has a 40 percent approval rating and a 53 percent disapproval rating, according to an Emerson College poll. Meanwhile, 70 percent disapprove of Congress while just 19 percent approve and 54 percent disapprove of the Supreme Court while 36 percent approve.
Truly weird to wake up in America and be like "What hath the council of six decreed today?" - Bobby Slowik
The World Is A Safer Place Without Republicans
- Oath Keepers will tell a jury they believed Donald Trump would turn them into his own personal militia on January 6
- Fox News Legal Analyst Andrew McCarthy Believes Trump Will Be Prosecuted
- U.S. Supreme Court throws out rulings upholding gun restrictions
- Mitch McConnell says he'll kill the bipartisan China bill if Democrats revive their agenda with Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema
- Supreme Court Strips Federal Government of Crucial Tool to Control Pollution
Nation’s Fetuses Puzzled Why Supreme Court Wants Them Exposed to Air Pollution. - Andy Borowitz
In the end it wasn't the "powerful" men, it was a young girl who stood before the world and took an oath.I'm not the least bit surprised. - Erin Brockovich
Bye Bye Voting Rights, It Was Nice Knowing You
The Supreme Court agreed on Thursday to hear a North Carolina gerrymandering case that could hand state legislatures the sole power on how to conduct elections, a proposition that led one voting rights scholar to warn it is “extremely dangerous.”
So the Supreme Court decrees we must drown in our own sh*tty waste products. - Stephen King
- Jon Stewart: Supreme Court is ‘the Fox News of justice’
- Lock Her Up? Totally Not-Worried Trump Rants About Jailing Cassidy Hutchinson in Tweetstorm-esque Posts
- Cassidy Hutchinson Gushed About Working for Trump Administration to College Paper in 2018: 'One Of The Honors Of My Life'
- Texas Board of Education got proposal to call slavery 'involuntary relocation'
- This was the scariest moment in Arizona's GOP governor's debate. Be warned, America
- Florida schools roll out ‘Don’t Say Gay’ policies
- Cheney Debate Opponent Rails Against 'All the Major Internets'
I was told there would be a handbasket. - Liz
Cassidy Hutchinson Was Not Intimidated By Threats
The former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson received at least one message tacitly warning her not to cooperate with the House January 6 select committee from an associate of former chief of staff Mark Meadows, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
The best corroboration of Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony is Mark Meadows’s silence. - Ron Filipkowski
If you want to watch a movie to understand the Trump Administration, it isn’t All the President's Men. It’s The Godfather. - Dan Rather
Rock The Voter News
- Biden to Award Presidential Medal of Freedom Posthumously to John McCain, Steve Jobs
- James Corden Refuses to Call Peter Doocy by Correct Name While ‘Filling In’ as White House Press Secretary (Video)
- 71 percent don’t want Biden to run for reelection: poll
Biden Considering Adding Entire Obama Family to Supreme Court. - Andy Borowitz
The State Dept. Needs To Look At The GOP Congress & The Trump Family
The State Department is offering up to $10 million to those who provide information on foreign interference in U.S. elections, officials announced on Thursday.
I like that "we had to live with Roe v. Wade for 50 years" argument I am seeing. It's like, ooooooooh, life must have been so f*cking hard for you, not having any say in what goes in or out of everyone else's vagina. - Jeremy Newberger
- Fourth of July travel surge puts airlines — and passengers — to the test
- McConnell threatens semiconductor bill, prompting White House rebuke
- Some medical debt is being removed from US credit reports
- Mark Zuckerberg: We're 'turning up the heat' at Meta so employees will quit
Whenever there are damning revelations about January 6, Republicans are like, "Hunter Benghazi's gas prices are coming for your guns!" - Middle Age Riot
Just Shoot Me
Former President Trump has an early edge over President Biden in a hypothetical 2024 rematch, according to a new Emerson College poll.
The national survey shows Trump leading Biden 44 percent to 39 percent in a head-to-head match-up, while another 12 percent of voters say they plan to vote for someone else.
My husband reading with 6 yo and explaining “Miss, Mrs, Ms”: “Isn’t it wild that we created all these different words to tell the world whether or not a woman is married, but not for a man?” - Esther