Jussie Smollett

A grand jury may be convened to hear evidence in a felony case against actor Jussie Smollett. TMZ reports that a grand jury may hear a case against the Empire star for filing a false police report.

The actor's hate crime case took a strange turn last week when police released two suspects and said Smollett was no longer considered a victim.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, President Trump

President Trump received 2 standing ovations from Democratic women lawmakers during his State of the Union Address on Tuesday night. Americans were stunned to see the Democratic women cheering and applauding President Trump after 2 years of bitter divineness and constant calls for impeachment.

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Stacey Abrams

Stacey Abrams will deliver the Democratic response to President Donald Trump's State of the Union Address on February 5.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer personally asked Abrams to deliver the Democrat rebuttal after Trump speaks to the nation next week.

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Nancy Pelosi, President Trump

President Donald Trump folded like a cheap lawn chair after Nancy Pelosi pulled the ultimate power play in their dispute over the location of his State of the Union Address.

President Trump agreed to postpone his address after Pelosi drafted a letter informing him she would not allow him to hold his SOTU address in the House Chamber. Pelosi, 79, is the Speaker of the House.

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Nancy Pelosi, President Trump

The Democrats have an answer for President Trump, who canceled a trip abroad as high-ranking Democrats were on their way to the airport on Thursday. Democrats say if Trump doesn't resign from office, they are prepared to impeach him.

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Antifa domestic terrorists

The Democrat-funded terror organization Antifa is officially classified as "domestic terrorists" by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.

The black-clad Antifa activists are often compared to the Ku Klux Klan: both groups wear masks or hoods to conceal their identities and both groups were created by the Democratic Party.

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Despite arm twisting by president George Bush and others, Bush's $700 billion bailout plan went down in flames today.

Senate majority whip (Republican) Eric Cantor blamed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's speech for the rejection of the bill. "This is not a partisan crisis, this is an economic crisis," he said in a press conference following the vote.

Cantor noted that 92 Democrats voted against the bill following Pelosi's speech blaming the Bush administration for the current economic crisis and for not protecting the middle class who lost their homes, savings, pensions and their retirement.

Cantor called Pelosi's words "inappropriate". Bush is determined to get the bill passed to rescue his friends and their companies before he leaves office.

Bush claims if the bill doesn't pass, the economy will collapse. But he's not talking about "our" economy, he's referring to "their" economy.

This time "they" will be affected instead of "us" and it feels good.

In truth, the working class won't feel the pinch as much as Bush and his millionaire friends who caused millions of people to lose their homes, pensions, mom and pop stores and savings.

Upon news of the bill rejection, the Dow dropped over 700 points but rebounded 200 points.

Thanks to loyal reader Angela Watts for the tip!