House Passes Democrats’ Social Spending Bill After CBO Score

Congressional Democrats Passed A $1.75 Trillion Social Spending Plan Friday, Putting The Bill’s Fate In The Hands Of A Deeply Divided Senate.

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FBI ‘Tagging’ Parents Fuels Debate Over School Boards, Parental Rights

The FBI Has Sparked Nationwide Controversy After A Report Emerged Showing That The Federal Law Enforcement Agency Has Been “Tagging” Parents Who Have Allegedly Harassed School Board Members.

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Lawsuits Challenging Biden’s Federal Mandate Consolidate

Multiple Legal Challenges To President Joe Biden’s Workplace Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate Will Be Consolidated And Heard By Justices With The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court Of Appeals In Cincinnati.

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Increased Federal Spending Scrutinized As Ongoing Inflation, Consumers Costs Spike

Skyrocketing Inflation And Consumer Costs Are Hurting President Joe Biden’s And Congressional Democrats’ Hopes To Pass Another Major Spending Bill Through The Reconciliation Process.

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TN & 25 State School Board Associations Distance Themselves From NSBA After Biden Call To Investigate Parents

More Than Half Of State School Board Associations Have Distanced Themselves From The National Association After It Sent A Letter To President Joe Biden Asking For Federal Intervention To Investigate Parents Who Protest At Local Meetings.

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Biden Nominee For Comptroller Of Currency Wants To Bankrupt Smaller Players In Oil & Gas Industry

Biden’s Nominee For The Comptroller Of The Currency, Saule Omarova, Said She Wants To Bankrupt Smaller Players In The Natural Gas, Oil And Coal Industries To Help Reverse Climate Change.

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