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Libby Krieger
Libby Krieger is a crisis communications and political consultant at Communications Counsel, Inc. in central Ohio. She previously interned at The American Spectator.
by | Dec 5, 2020

As the Biden–Harris team starts to make public cabinet picks for the possibility of a Biden administration come January, many progressives and Republicans alike are concerned with his “hawkish” candidates, prompting the possibility of an anti-war bipartisan partnership. Progressive Rep….

by | Jul 25, 2020

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler was called on to quit his job as he joined the radical protesters on Wednesday night. Protests in Portland have continued for over 50 days, as President Trump dispatched federal agents to quell the turmoil last…

by | Jul 24, 2020

ByteDance, the Chinese company that owns the popular short video app TikTok, may sell a majority of its stake in the app to a small group of its U.S. investors as the United States government examines the possibility of a…

by | Jul 23, 2020

President Donald J. Trump issued an executive order Tuesday that instructs the Secretary of Commerce to exclude illegal immigrants from congressional reapportionment measures. Congressional reapportionment, which reallocates each state’s seats in the House of Representatives and federal funding based on…

by | Jul 21, 2020

Several members and managers of the San Francisco Giants, a Major League Baseball (MLB) team, took a knee during the national anthem Monday evening at the team’s exhibition games against the Oakland Athletics. New Giants manager Gabe Kapler became the…

by | Jul 20, 2020

Today, over 50 unionized and progressive groups planned to strike in protest of police brutality against blacks and in demand of higher wages.  In over 100 U.S. cities, organizers expected tens of thousands to walk off their jobs in support…

by | Jul 17, 2020

Early Wednesday, protesters in Portland, Ore., sought to create an “autonomous zone” but were stopped by Portland police along with federal officers as part of an attempt to shut down the violent protests in the area. Unlike CHAZ/CHOP, Seattle’s autonomous…

by | Jul 17, 2020

Apple Inc. and IBM Corp are among over 20 organizations that funded the White House-backed “Find Something New” initiative to promote career paths that don’t require a college degree, launched on July 14 by Ivanka Trump. With 17.8 million Americans…

by | Jul 15, 2020

 Jody Rosen, contributor to the New York Times Magazine, wrote an article yesterday in the Los Angeles Times calling Americans to abandon the “Star-Spangled Banner” for a less-offensive national anthem. Rosen said the poem by Francis Scott Key, who wrote…

by | Jul 15, 2020

Firearm background checks hit an all-time high in June in response to the Black Lives Matter protests and riots, beating out the March spike caused by pandemic fears. A record high of 3.9 million background checks were completed by the…

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