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Report: Liberal Dark Money Umbrella Facilitated $1.6 Billion in Recent Years

An intricate web of liberal dark money groups saw $1.6 billion in contributions from deep-pocketed Democratic donors flow through a network of “fiscal sponsor” organizations to be used on causes and initiatives between 2013 and 2017, according to a new report from the Capitol Research Center.

With Three Weeks Left in Session, DeSantis Calls on Lawmakers to Act on Three School-Choice Expansion Plans

With three weeks to go in the legislative session, there are more than 3,000 filed bills awaiting review while Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed less than 10 into law.

Something has got to give and that dam-break could begin this week in House and Senate sessions – there are 84 measures awaiting third-reading adoption on the House’s Wednesday floor schedule alone.

Bolton: Trump is Seeking ‘First Completely Free Hemisphere’ With Venezuela Policy

National Security Adviser John Bolton said President Donald Trump is working towards “the first completely free hemisphere in human history” with his Venezuela policy during an appearance on PBS NewsHour Wednesday.

Anchor Nick Schifrin asked Bolton to explain his view that the Monroe Doctrine remains in force in American foreign policy. The Monroe Doctrine is a principle of American foreign policy from the early 19th century which admonished European nations to refrain from intervening in the Western Hemisphere.

Congress Directs Trump Admin to Alter Federal Info to Recognize Israeli Control of Golan Heights

Congress has instructed the Trump administration to alter all federal documents, communications, and maps to reflect its recent recognition of Israeli control over the Golan Heights region on the Jewish state’s northern border, according to a letter obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Cox Campaign Spent Over $12K on Catering During Shutdown

The campaign committee for newly-elected Democrat representative T.J Cox of California spent over $12,000 dollars with a single catering entity in Washington D.C., just days after he was sworn in as a freshman legislator and while the federal government was still shut down, according to campaign filings with the Federal Election Commission.

The spending represented more than 20 percent of the committee’s total expenditures for the entire first quarter ending in March.