Some of the leading advocates who have long sounded the alarm about the urgency for Congress to advance any bills on voting rights are skipping Biden's speech in Atlanta about voting rights, suggesting the president's words are too little, too late.

Former first lady Michelle Obama is kicking off the new year with a message urging Americans to help fight back against voter suppression ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.

More than 300 state and local politicians have signed the 1776 Action pledge, which calls for a restoration of "honest, patriotic education that cultivates in our children a profound love for our country," but is really just its own form of indoctrination.  

New York City Mayor Eric Adams is under heavy criticism for saying, "My low-skilled workers, my cooks, my dishwashers, my messengers, my shoe-shine people, those who work at Dunkin' Donuts—they don't have the academic skills to sit in the corner office."

U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker rang in 2022 with a message for the American people—by mumble rapping a bunch of generic right-wing talking points about Build Back Better and calling it “a few things to think about as we start the New Year.”

Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene got her personal Twitter account permanently suspended for spreading misinformation about COVID-19. In response, she took shots at Maxine Waters, Ilhan Omar, Kamala Harris and others.

On Jan. 3, 2008, first-term U.S. Senator from Illinois Barack Obama made American -- and Black -- history by winning the Iowa Caucuses on his way to becoming the first-ever African American president of the United States.

Rubio's refusal to take the surge of the Omicron variant seriously could be an opening for his likely general election opponent Rep. Val Demings.

Black lawmakers in Florida are calling out Gov. Ron DeSantis for allegedly going MIA during the latest surge.  

When a group called College Republicans sent out a "Happy Kwanzaa" tweet, Marjorie Taylor Greene responded: "Stop. It’s a fake religion created by a psychopath. You aren’t bringing in new voters, you are turning them away. People are tired of pandering and BS."

More people engaged with her tweet than voters who supported her in the 2020 November general election. 

Herschel Walker's son, Christian Walker, took to Twitter to be loud and wrong about crime in blue states calling them "literal hellholes" and "crime invested liberal utopias."