Good news for Gov. DeSantis? Conservative groups look beyond Trump for 2024 GOP nominee

NEW YORK (AP) — Two major conservative groups have signaled they are open to supporting someone other than Donald Trump in the 2024 race for the White House, the latest sign from an increasingly vocal segment of the Republican Party that it’s time to move on from the former president.

David McIntosh, the president of the influential Club For Growth group, said Tuesday that the group has invited a half dozen potential Republican candidates to its donor summit in Florida next month, but Trump — the only declared major candidate in the race so far — is not among them.

Instead, the group has invited Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is viewed as Trump’s most formidable likely challenger, along with Nikki Haley, the former South Carolina governor and United Nations ambassador; former Vice President Mike Pence; former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo; Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina; and Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin.

Central,Volta NDC Congratulate new Minority leadership

The Leadership of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Central Region has congratulated Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ajumako-Enyan-Essiam, on his elevation as the minority leader in Parliament. 

According to the party, Dr. Forson’s elevation offered sufficient demonstration of his diligence and commitment to the course of the party in Parliament and Ghana in general. 

The party replaced the current Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu, with the Ranking Member on the Finance Committee, Dr. Forson. 

Leadership of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Volta Region has congratulated Mr Governs Kwame Agbodza, Member of Parliament for Adaklu Constituency, on his elevation to the position of Minority Chief Whip. 

“The Chairman and the entire National Democratic Congress of the Volta Region is proud of you, on your elevation to the position of the Minority Chief-Whip of the NDC Group in Parliament.” 

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Sabah, Sarawak expect better deal under PH | Daily Express Online

Sabah, Sarawak expect better deal under PH | Daily Express Online

GPS secretary-general Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi said there have not been many Sarawakian representatives in the Cabinet.. — Picture by Yusof Mat Isa

HRCSL writes to minister on application of Police Ordinance to civilian protests

HRCSL writes to minister on application of Police Ordinance to civilian protests



The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL) has recommended the Minister of Public Security to direct the Inspector General of Police (IGP) that regulations made in terms of the Police Ordinance would not be permissible if it reasonably impacts at the exercise of fundamental rights and freedom ensured in the Constitution.

HRCSL chairperson Justice Rohini Marasinghe stated this in a letter addressed to the Public Security Minister on the application of the Police Ordinance, No. 16 of 1865 to the civilian protests.

Senator Rubio and FEMA chief on recovering from Ian’s devastation: “I don’t think there’s any comparison”

Senator Marco Rubio and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Deanne Criswell on Sunday detailed the destruction Ian caused in Florida as Rubio said there is “no comparison” between the deadly hurricane and past storms. .

“I don’t think it compares, not in Florida,” Rubio, a Florida Republican, told “This Week” co-host Jonathan Karl. “Fort Myers Beach is no more. It will have to be rebuilt. It will be something different. It was a part of old Florida that cannot be brought back.”

“There is a lot of devastation. Significant damage at the point of impact on the west coast of Florida,” Criswell added.

How the War in Ukraine Impacts the Wine You Drink

Think about your favorite wine. Is it Italian Prosecco, French Rosé, or New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc? Or is it South African Chenin Blanc, Georgian Saperavi, or Slovenian Furmint?

Whatever your pleasure, I bet it’s harder to find and more expensive. Russia’s war on Ukraine has fueled inflation and thrown supply chains deeper into the chasm gouged by Covid.

It Started with Covid

Covid was the flame that lit the pyre of supply chain disruption from which the global economy still suffers. Now the war is making everything worse.

Like a bad sweater, the supply chain unraveled even further. Labor shortages grew worse, raw materials are harder to access, and demand patterns shifted.

The embargo’s impact on Russian oil sent prices beyond the James Webb Space Telescope. Russia’s actions destabilized the oil markets, and the effect cascaded through the global supply chain.

Masking the truths

Masking the truths

Making Sense by Michael Reagan

A friend of mine from back east once told me what he said was wrong with the country.

“Readers are leaders,” he said. “Unfortunately, our leaders don’t read.”

I was reminded of that sharp-eyed observation this week after a federal judge in Florida struck down the CDC’s widely hated mask mandate for travelers.

The reaction to the mandate reversal by the pro-mask zealots and their allies in the liberal national media was hysterical, angry and predictable.

You can bet the mask worshipers are rooting for the Department of Justice’s to successfully appeal the judge’s ruling and reinstate the CDC’s rule.

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Women Of The Senate Urge Biden To Hold Taliban Accountable On Women’s Rights

Politicians of different political parties rarely come together on anything, but the women of the Senate have found the one thing that they are in complete agreement on.

All 24 female senators recently came together to urge President Joe Biden and his administration to form a plan to ensure the human rights of women and girls in Afghanistan.

As the disastrous withdrawal of American troops took place in Afghanistan, the crackdown on the rights of women and girls was already beginning.

"Some 79 female judges, journalists and human rights activists have been evacuated from Afghanistan to Greece after fearing for their lives while stranded in the Taliban-seized country."#AfghanWomen

— Women's Voices (@WomenReadWomen) November 3, 2021

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