Eric Scheiner
Director, MRCTV
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Eric Scheiner is the Director of MRCTV, and has over 20 years experience in broadcasting and video production. Beginning his broadcasting career in the First-In-The-Nation Primary state of New Hampshire, politics, government spending and constitutional issues have been a major thread through his work. Eric left New England in 2005 to host the launch of the award winning 'WYOU Interactive' program for the Pennsylvania CBS affiliate before relocating to the DC area and joining with the Media Research Center.

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During a Wednesday press conference a purported DC tourist crashed the proceedings.

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Rep. Patrick McHenry (R- NC) gave a scathing speech on Joe Biden’s inflation on the House floor on Wednesday.

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"“We've seen refineries closed. When I began my career, there were more than 250 refineries in the US. Today there's half that number..."

"We haven't had a refinery built in the United States since the 1970s. My personal view is there will never be another refinery built in the United States..."

Yeah, Donald Trump never had to battle a hostile media "apparatus” or anything like that… sure..

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Yeah, Donald Trump never had to battle a hostile media "apparatus” or anything like that… sure..

 

Early this morning, a man was arrested after carrying at least two weapons near Brett Kavanaugh’s Maryland home with an attempt to kill the judge. Kavanaugh has been under the scrutiny of the left as of late due to his pro-life views amid the U.S. Supreme Court pending Roe v. Wade decision. 

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“It is essential that the fundamental freedoms  - First Amendment, Second Amendment, Fourth Amendment are always protected and preserved by this body,”

 

“It is essential that the fundamental freedoms  - First Amendment, Second Amendment, Fourth Amendment are always protected and preserved by this body,” Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA) said Monday during a House Oversight Committee hearing on gun control.

Republican lawmakers passed the state's “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act,” with the bill becoming law after Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) neither approved or vetoed the bill.