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On March 27, Axios ran a story with the headline: “Biden, Democrats (mostly) ditch ‘Bidenomics.'”

Axios reported that President Joe “Biden gradually had been ditching the term. Last June and July, he referred to ‘Bidenomics’ about 50 times. In December and January, he used it just six times.”

USA Today ran basically the same story on the same day — headlined: “President Biden scraps ‘Bidenomics’ after slogan falls flat” — crediting Axios.

Biden said ‘Bidenomics’ 15 times in his June 28 speech in Chicago that debuted his new slogan to the nation. He mentioned ‘Bidenomics’ another 77 times in speeches through October, including as many as six or seven times in single speeches.

Yet Biden touted ‘Bidenomics’ only four more times in both November and December, and he has said it only three times total this year.

The Daily Mail followed up with a story citing Axios and ran its own chart. Then, just this Thursday, a USA Today columnist hit Biden over the head for abandoning the term, citing the paper’s previous coverage.

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In a court order Tuesday, a U.S. District judge rejected the Biden State Department’s attempts to dismiss a censorship lawsuit brought by The Daily Wire, The Federalist, and the State of Texas.

The Daily Wire lawsuit, filed jointly by the New Civil Liberties Alliance with The Federalist and Texas in December of 2023 to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, alleges that the U.S. State Department is engaging with and promoting censorship technology designed to bankrupt domestic media outlets with disfavored political opinions.

The lawsuit, which also names Secretary of State Antony Blinken and five other officials as defendants, asks the court to declare the State Department’s attempt to interfere with domestic speech illegal and to permanently bar it from developing, promoting, or encouraging others to use technology to de-amplify, shadow ban, or restrict “the lawful speech of the American press and Americans.”

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If you thought the Stormy Daniels case New York is prosecuting against Trump was ridiculous, “you ain’t seen nothing yet.” Stormy Daniels took the stand today and, well, she ignited a firestorm and almost burned down the case.

Many accusations have been made over the years between Donald and Stormy. Trump has maintained his innocence, while Stormy Daniels has profited off the accusations with book deals, podcasts, and much more.

She has claimed she felt physically threatened by Trump, but all of these details of their alleged tryst are immaterial to proving the falsification of business records. That didn’t stop Stormy from turning the courthouse into a circus.

From CNN:
Stormy Daniels said she was working at a celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe. She was still working for an adult film picture company.

Daniels testified that she met Trump at that tournament. “It was a very brief encounter,” she said.

She cracked a joke about the adult film company’s sponsorship of one of the holes of the golf course. The jurors did not laugh.

Obviously Stormy was hoping to “work the crowd.” Unfortunately, they weren’t having it. While Trump’s team requested the judge limit her testimony to relevant details, Judge Merchan smacked down the request and allowed Daniels to lay out every salacious detail that she claims happened.

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The Georgia Court of Appeals will consider an effort by Donald Trump and his co-defendants to disqualify District Attorney Fani Willis from the 2020 election subversion case.

In a brief order Wednesday, the court said it will hear the appeal from Trump and others challenging the ruling from Judge Scott McAfee that allowed Willis to remain on the case.

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The Georgia Appeals Court agreed on Wednesday to hear former President Donald Trump's appeal of the Fulton County Superior Court judge's ruling declining to disqualify District Attorney Fani Willis from the 2020 election case. 

"Upon consideration of the Application for Interlocutory Appeal, it is ordered that it be hereby GRANTED," the order reads.

Judge Scott McAfee, who is presiding over Willis' case against the former president, ruled earlier this year that Fani Willis did not have to step down after it was uncovered that she had an allegedly improper romantic and financial relationship with her principal deputy on the case, Nathan Wade. McAfee ruled that either Wade or Willis would have to step down from the case and Wade complied with the order. 

Trump and his co-defedants immediately moved to appeal his decision, which McAfee granted

Now that the appeals court has taken up the case, it is likely the trial will face further delays as the 2024 election fast approaches. 

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As an alternative to a primary election, Illinois law allowed for a party to get its candidates on the ballot for General Assembly spots by party slating procedure, along with collection of a requisite number of public signatures on nominating positions. A number of Republican challengers have been proceeding accordingly.

But over the course of just 30 hours on the first days of this month, the Democratic supermajority changed the law to retroactively disallow that procedure, thereby barring challengers from the November ballot as Republican party candidates.

The new law almost certainly gives Democrats a win in races in which Republicans did not run a candidate in the primary and could result in dozens of unopposed races.

Gov. JB signed the new law the day after it was passed, hours after telling reporters he didn’t know all the details. He also claimed it was an “ethics” bill.

“It really does make sure that we don’t have backroom deals to put people on the ballot and run as a result of some small group of people in a smoke-filled room making the choice,” Pritzker said at an unrelated news conference in Bloomington.

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