Debt Ceiling Sets Up Major Battle In Congress

U.S. Secretary Of The Treasury Janet L. Yellen Sent A Letter To Congressional Leaders Thursday Notifying Them That The Agency Has Begun Taking “Extraordinary Measures” As The Federal Government Bumps Up Against Its Debt Limit Of Just Over $31 Trillion.

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GOP Congressmen Demand Immigration Parole Answers

A Group Of Republican U.S. Senators And House Members, Including Diana Harshbarger And Andy Ogles Of Tennessee, Want The Biden Administration To Explain What They Called A Reckless Decision To Expand Immigration Parole Programs.

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NIH Spends Millions In Taxpayer Dollars On Equity, LGBT Issues Instead Of Researching Cures

The National Institutes of Health Is Increasingly Spending Its Time, And Funds, On Equity And LGBT Issues As Well As “Systemic Racism And Inequities.”

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Biden’s Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate Loses In Court Again

A U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals Agreed With A Lower Court Ruling That Imposed A Preliminary Injunction On The Proposed Mandate That Would Have Imposed The Covid-19 Vaccine On Federal Contractors And Also Required Tens Of Millions Of Americans To Wear Face Masks At Work.

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New Bill Would Ban Feds From Working With Big Tech To Censor Americans

Leading Republican Lawmakers In The U.S. House Of Representatives Filed New Legislation That Would Ban Federal Employees From Working With Big Tech Companies To Censor Americans.

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Most House Democrats Oppose Resolution Condemning Attacks Against Churches, Pro-Life Facilities

Nearly All U.S. House Democrats Voted Against A Resolution Condemning Attacks Against Anti-Abortion Facilities And Churches. The Vote Came After A Report Was Published Showing Violence Escalated Against Churches And Pro-Life Groups Last Year Ahead Of And After The Supreme Court Overturned Roe V. Wade.

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Border Patrol Chief Testifies That Biden Policies Led To Increased Illegal Crossings

“More Damaging Evidence” Of President Joe Biden’s Immigration Policies Have Been Uncovered In A Trial That Began Monday In A Lawsuit Filed Against The Biden Administration By Florida, State Attorney General Ashley Moody Said Thursday.

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