Inflation Woes Jeopardize Biden’s Infrastructure Plan

President Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Is Receiving Fresh Opposition From Republicans Concerned That Rising Inflation, And The Government Spending That Contributes To It, Means The U.S. Should Take A Step Back From The Plan.

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Illegal Border Crossings Continue To Spike, As Do COVID Cases

The Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol Alone Took Into Custody More Than 15,000 Illegal Immigrants In One Week, The Most So Far This Year. In The Same Sector, Agents Saw A 900% Increase In Those Being Detained Who Tested Positive For The Coronavirus.

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Court Rules CDC Eviction Moratorium Is Unconstitutional

The Sixth Circuit Court Of Appeals Unanimously Ruled That The National Eviction Moratorium Mandated By The CDC Is Unconstitutional. The Court Said In Its Ruling That The Matter Ultimately Needed To Be Resolved By Congress.

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Parents Concerned About Critical Race Theory In Schools, Poll Confirms

The Biden Administration Has Sparked Controversy For Endorsing Elements Of Critical Race Theory In Education Programs, And The Latest Polling Reveals A Source Of That Concern.

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Home Prices And Joblessness Increase

Earlier This Week, President Joe Biden Touted The Country’s Economic Growth Since He Took Office, But The Latest Economic Data Show That Progress May Not Be As Sturdy As Experts Would Like.

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Farm Groups Ask Biden To Secure Border, Enforce Immigration Laws

The Texas Farm Bureau And 50 Other State And National Farming Organizations Have Asked The Biden Administration To “Enforce Legal Immigration” After An Influx Of Illegal Immigration Resulted In A Crime Wave Impacting Ranchers And Farmers.

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Biden Nominee Faces ‘Eco-Terrorist’ Allegations Ahead Of Hearing

President Joe Biden’s Nominee To Lead The Bureau Of Land Management Will Sit For A Nomination Hearing Thursday, Where She Is Expected To Face Pushback From Republicans Who Have Called For Her Nomination To Be Withdrawn.

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