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Ilan Hulkower

Ilan Hulkower is a writer for the DC Enquirer from the Land of Lincoln. Ilan has also worked as a foreign policy intern and associate editor for The Heritage Foundation.

'Unfettered Access To The J6 Tapes': Marjorie Taylor Greene Makes A HUGE Announcement That Will Shake Up The Democrats' Narrative About January 6th
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) made a big announcement yesterday concerning expanding the number of media outlets with unencumbered access to the January 6th tapes. She made sure to credit House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) for approving these changes.  Read More
The Deal Over The Debt: House Rules Committee Sides With McCarthy's Compromise Plan As Republicans Stand Divided
The House Rules Committee, chaired by Tom Cole (R-OK), narrowly agreed to advance Kevin McCarthy's (R-CA) compromise plan that he reached with President Biden to a House vote. The deal that Speaker McCarthy struck with Biden would suspend yet again the debt ceiling in exchange for discretionary spending being limited. The committee voted 7-6 in McCarthy's favor according to Just the News. Read More
Despite Mass Unpopularity, Chris Christie Is Expected To Jump Into The 2024 Presidential Race Next Week
Former Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) is reported to be prepared to launch his bid for the White House next week as a Republican candidate. Read More
WATCH: Republican Oversight Chairman 'Sets Date To Criminally Charge FBI Director Wray' Over Failure To Hand Over Document
Representative James Comer (R-KY), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, has officially set a date for the momentous vote to declare FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress. He told this date and his reasons behind pressing for a criminal charge to Fox News host Sean Hannity.  Watch
Incumbent Democrat Senator Gets Terrible News As GOP Opponent Leads Him By 22 Points In Latest Poll
An ECU survey shows Governor Jim Justice (R-WV) having a major lead in a race between him and incumbent Joe Manchin (D-WV) for the Mountain State's Senate seat. Governor Justice, who jumped into the race in April, has a 22-point lead over the Democratic incumbent among registered voters. Read More
'He Can Certainly End Up In The Brig Here': Lawmaker Says FBI Director Wray's Refusal To Provide Subpoenaed Document Will Force Congress To Take Direct Action
As previously covered by the DC Enquirer, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is in hot water after he failed to comply with a congressional subpoena for an unclassified document that allegedly details a Biden bribery scandal. In response to this, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Representative James Comer (R-KY) has threatened to hold Director Wray in contempt and called Wray's failure to comply "obstructionist and unacceptable." Some representatives would go further than Representative Comer as they view it unlikely that Biden's Department of Justice would press charges given its record of covering for Mr. Biden. Read More
The Battle Over The Budget: Republicans Revolt Against McCarthy's Debt Deal With Biden
Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy's (R-CA) announcement that "we've [Biden and himself] come to an agreement in principle that is worthy of the American people" over the looming debt ceiling crisis has unleashed both fervent supporters in favor of the deal and bitter detractors. The deal itself would permit a $4 trillion debt increase until January 2025. Read More
As Jimmy Carter Remains In End-Of-Life Care, Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter Gets Distressing Diagnosis
While former president Jimmy Carter (D-GA) has been in hospice since February, the Carter Center revealed that his wife Rosalynn Carter has dementia. In a statement to the press, the Carter Center asks for people's understanding for what the family is suffering through and that they "do not expect to comment further" on this subject. Read More
'Illegal, Unethical, and Profoundly Unjust': Texans Come Out In Droves Against Attorney General Ken Paxton's Impeachment As Trial Heads To Senate
Texas's Attorney General Ken Paxton's (R-TX) impeachment trial is scheduled to happen before the start of September, according to Just the News. The attorney general, seen by many as a rising conservative star and dubbed the man behind the "legal graveyard for Biden's policies", was impeached by the Republican-controlled state House in a vote of 121-23 on Saturday over accusations that he participated in bribery schemes and unlawful conduct. Read More
Democrats Offer Desperate Defense Of FBI's Stonewalling House GOP Over Alleged Document Detailing Biden Bribery Scheme
Congressional Democrats are dismissive over the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) refusal to hand over a document purporting to detail a $5 million pay-for-play scheme that involved then Vice President Joe Biden and a foreign national. Read More
WATCH: After Deranged Anti-Israel Commencement Speech, Jewish And Other Allied Groups Demands Defunding University
Fatima Mousa Mohammed, her class's 2023 representative for the City University of New York (CUNY) law commencement ceremony, decided to use the opportunity to give an anti-Israel rant that has led to a backlash by Jewish and other groups against the university. Read More
WATCH: Black Republican Wesley Hunt SLAMS Democrats For 'Using Racism As A Scapegoat For Everything'
Representative Wesley Hunt (R-TX), a black congressman, said that the Democrats were "using racism as a scapegoat for everything" including attacking the Republican Party as racist. Representative Hunt rejected this attack on the Grand Old Party and used his own experience as the supreme counter to such an accusation. Watch
I 'Don't Feel Like We Should Negotiate With Our Hostage': Matt Gaetz Recommends Doubling Down On Support For GOP Spending Bill Amid Debt Limit Negotiations
Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL) told The Hill that he and his fellow Republican colleagues "don’t feel like we should negotiate with our hostage” with respect to the debt ceiling talks between the Democrats, the Biden administration, and Republican congressmen. He was referring to the House passed GOP spending reduction measures in exchange for raising the debt ceiling bill, the Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023. In the Florida congressman's opinion, Republicans should insist the formulation that this bill advocates as the basis for negotiations. Read More
'Money Always Gets People's Attention': Jim Jordan Takes Action To Punish The FBI And DOJ For Durham Report Revelations
Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH), Chairman of the House Committee on the Judiciary and Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government, told Fox News's Sunday Morning Futures that he is working on ways to limit congressional funding to the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and that the appropriations process is underway. The Republican chairman promised a reckoning for these politicized agencies.  Read More
Hunter Biden Gets Terrible News: IRS Whistleblower Sounds The Alarm On Hunter's Tax Probe, Will Testify Before Congress On Friday - 'It Was Way Outside The Norm'
The whistleblower who works for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and has alleged political interference in his probe on Hunter Biden has been identified and is preparing to testify before Congress on Friday. Read More

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