A Literal Turf War It’s the American dream for many: a home with a great, green patch of grass to call all your own. But sometimes, even a private yard can’t create enough distance to keep away terrible people. Here are some stories of neighbor disputes over yards that made the news for their absolute insanity.
Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.), one of 11 Senate Republicans to vote against the $40 billion aid package to Ukraine, responded to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) comments describing Paul as an “isolationist” following his vote against the package, saying his opposition is “common sense.”
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) said his Kentucky colleague Sen. Rand Paul (R), who vocally opposed the $40 billion Ukraine aid package, represented “a tiny percentage” of Senate Republicans. “My colleague, Senator Paul, has always been basically an isolationist.
Rand Paul wants lie detector to find who leaked shock Supreme Court memo on plans to overturn Roe v Wade
Right has accused leaker of inciting violence Rand Paul calls for lie detector test to find Roe v Wade leaker.mp4 Senator Rand Paul wants the Supreme Court to administer a lie-detector test to find out who leaked a draft decision that would overturn the landmark abortion ruling in Roe v Wade.
Madison Cawthorn thanks Trump, Tucker Carlson, Rand Paul and the NRA for standing by him before election loss
The first-term representative was defeated in the Republican primary on Tuesday night and will not be returning to Congress Madison Cawthorn concedes in GOP primary for North Carolina The day following his defeat in the Republican primary to represent North Carolina’s 11th congressional district, Madison Cawthorn was uncharacteristically quiet.
Senate PASSES bill to send $40billion in aid to Ukraine: 11 Republicans vote against legislation now heading to Biden's desk
The measure brings the total U.S. funding of the conflict to $54 million in two months The bill passed 86-11 but a handful of Republican objectors complained that there were more pressing problems at home to tend to and They also said the funding did not have adequate oversight Biden is expected to quickly sign the bill, as he and Ukraine sounded the alarm that the nation would run out of aid by Thursday if Congress did not act
The aid package now heads to President Joe Biden’s desk for signature Russian TV host mocks White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Leer en Español The US Senate has voted overwhelmingly to approve a $40bn supplemental spending bill to provide further defensive and financial assistance to Ukraine’s government as it continues to resist Russia’s unprovoked invasion.
The Senate passed $40 billion in aid to Ukraine for military equipment and humanitarian assistance. But 11 GOP senators — including Josh Hawley, Rand Paul, and Marsha Blackburn — voted against it. They say it's too much money, isn't paid for, and doesn't reflect a "nationalist" foreign policy.
EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is pushing back on a $48 billion business bailout bill, which he calls a "poorly-targeted spending spree," amid rising concerns about historic inflation. On Tuesday evening, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., scheduled a procedural vote this week on a $48 billion bill that would aid businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Wednesday slammed Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) for delaying a $40 billion Ukraine aid package by one week, calling the move “repugnant” and predicting the legislation will pass the Senate Thursday. “This should already have been done and over with, but it is repugnant that one member of the other side, the junior senator from Kentucky, chose to make a show and obstruct Ukraine funding,” Schumer said on the Senate floor.
Polls are now open in Pennsylvania's primary election Voters have headed to the polls for primary elections in a number of key states, including Pennsylvania and North Carolina. The results will determine the electoral match-ups in the crucial midterm elections in November. Here are the Associated Press projections in the key races we’re following:
WASHINGTON – Congress is poised to approve more than $40 billion in emergency funding to support Ukraine, an amount nearly three times greater than what the U.S. has already committed in military, humanitarian and other assistance to beat back Russia's invasion. Along with the $13.6 billion passed in March, the combined $53.7 billion is about 81% of Russia’s 2021 defense budget.
Eleven GOP senators on Monday voted against advancing a nearly $40 billion aid package for Ukraine despite significant bipartisan support. The Republican senators opposed to the plan were Marsha Blackburn (Tenn.), John Boozman (Ark. ), Mike Braun (Ind. ), Mike Crapo (Idaho), Bill Hagerty (Tenn.), Josh Hawley (Mo.
Eleven Republicans vote against giving $40 billion in aid to Ukraine, as GOP splinters over Russian invasion and Senate inches forward with bill to send military and humanitarian help
The Senate on Monday voted to advance a $40 billion aid package for Ukraine It sets up a final vote expected Wednesday to send more military help But 11 senators voted against the measure, in a sign of the way an isolationist Trump wing is flexing its muscles The vote came after Sen. Rand Paul stalled the vote as he demanded an independent inspector of US spending in the region
The House will take up legislation this week to address the nationwide baby formula shortage, as Republicans hammer the Biden administration over the issue. Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Friday said the House will take up a pair of bills this week to tackle the shortages, which have left parents and guardians scrambling to find food for their infants.
The U.S. is poised to send $40 billion in aid to Ukraine after the House approved the assistance package on Tuesday. Though the funds are temporarily stalled in the Senate due to an objection from Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky, the measure is expected to go through in the coming week, with nearly $15 billion for military aid.
Almost three months after the Russian invasion began, Ukrainian forces are launching counterattacks to regain territory while the U.S. moves toward providing billions of additional aid to the war-torn country. With Ukraine continuing to face a brutal Russian offensive in its eastern Donbas region, President Biden requested late last month that Congress approve $33 billion in security, economic and humanitarian assistance for Ukraine.