Why Democrats won’t investigate Paul Pelosi’s stock trading

By now, conservatives across the country are familiar with the double standards of the Left and the bias of the liberal media. But the case of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband and his illegal stock trades has elevated the undeniable hypocrisy of the Left to new heights. Paul Pelosi has been accused of breaking the … Read more

Some Dems see Congress stock trading ban as ‘revenge’ on Joe Manchin

Supporters of a law that would make members of Congress place their assets in blind trusts and prevent them from trading individual stocks say the measure will help restore public confidence in lawmakers — but some Democrats also see an added bonus: revenge on Joe Manchin. The West Virginia senator infuriated his fellow Democrats by … Read more

Restrict stock trading, Nancy Pelosi and other commentary

From the left: Restrict Stock Trading, Nancy “Congress can trade stocks or keep the public trust. Not both,” declares The New York Times’ Michelle Cottle. Bills to “restrict trading by lawmakers” have been floating around the House and Senate after the public learned “members of Congress had violated” reporting requirements. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi … Read more

Biden avoids wading into the congressional stock trading debate

US President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the first anniversary of the January 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol Building in Washington, United States, January 6, 2022. Michael Reynolds | Reuters WASHINGTON — As several proposals in Congress to ban members from trading stocks gain steam this week on Capitol Hill, President Joe Biden has … Read more

It’s not just Nancy Pelosi — plenty of government insiders are trading stocks at our expense

The wagon dealers in Washington make housewives out of the rest of us. Members of Congress get expense accounts worth more than a million dollars, lifetime pensions and generous perks — but for the greedy, that’s not enough: They also make big money trading stocks in the same companies regulated by Congress. Stock-picking by members … Read more