Monthly Archives: July 2019

Jennifer Wexton Calls for Impeachment Proceedings

Although Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other leaders in the House Democratic Caucus are still hesitant to get on board with impeaching Donald Trump, we’re seeing an increasingly large number of members who’ve announced their support of the efforts. The latest … Continue reading

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House Kicks Off Summer Break with Staff Shakeup at DCCC

At a staff meeting this morning in DC, Allison Jaslaw announced that she’s resigning from her position as the Executive Director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC). The announcement comes as the DCCC has come under a lot of … Continue reading

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Mariano Rivera’s A Class Act and Worthy of Unanimous HOF Induction

As someone who grew up hating the Yankees and is still sick of constantly hearing their fans talking about the 27 World Series championships they’ve won (though since 2001 they’ve won one while their arch rival Boston Red Sox have … Continue reading

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Potomac and Fayetteville Split Doubleheader in Scorching Heat

On what could only be described as a brutally hot day with a heat index over 100 degrees, the Potomac Nationals hosted the Fayetteville Woodpeckers at Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge, VA yesterday. Both games ended up featuring late inning comebacks … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Warren Raises $19.1 Million During 2nd Quarter

While candidates aren’t required to submit their final reports until July 15, various Democrats running for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination have been releasing their second quarter fundraising numbers and Elizabeth Warren’s totals are impressive. She raised $19.1 million during … Continue reading

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