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Jackson Lee: ‘There Is No Room for Censure at This Time’

On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “OutFront,” Representative Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) stated that “there is no room” for censuring President Trump at the moment. Jackson Lee said, “These are constitutional crimes. I think it’s important for the American people to

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) held a press conference on Dec. 13 to announce that she will be chairing a new Congressional Jazz Caucus. To help accomplish this, on Dec. 12 Jackson Lee introduced H.R. 4626, "to preserve knowledge and promote education about jazz in the United States and abroad."

Democrats Block Republican Bill to Censure Adam Schiff

Democrats tabled a resolution Monday sponsored by nearly the entire House Republican conference to condemn House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff for deliberately fabricating a conversation between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. 

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GOP Insiders Kill Anti-McCain Move, Silence Republicans

A Republican National Committee Parliamentarian was brought in, and members of the small 5-person Arizona GOP Resolutions Committee voted to kill a movement to endorse “Anyone but Senator John McCain” at Saturday’s Arizona State Republican Party meeting.

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McCain Calls Some Arizonans ‘Crazies’ ‘Fired Up’ by Trump

Trump has been decrying the lax state of immigration enforcement in the U.S. and related problem of sanctuary cities. He has brought to national attention the stories of families killed by illegal aliens. Since his announcement, Trump has catapulted to the top of polls for 2016 GOP Presidential hopefuls. “Now he galvanized them,” McCain said. “He’s really got them activated.”

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AZ POLL: Sen. McCain Under 50 Percent, Extraordinarily Vulnerable

Five-term incumbent Sen. John McCain may have reason to fear a primary challenge. Newly released data from liberal-leaning Public Policy Polling shows half of Arizona’s Republican primary voters disapprove of McCain’s job performance, and more than half would prefer a more conservative Senate candidate in 2016.

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