A Downtown Event Voted As Chattanooga’s Favorite Is Returning This Year With A Series Of Live Performances Starting In June And Concluding In September.
- Biden Administration Is Presiding Over ‘Abuse Of Children’ Says Texas Gov.
Abbott Said His Administration Uncovered 4 Serious Problems Related To The Federally-run Housing Of Migrant Children In San Antonio.
- Biden Pushes More Audits, Higher Corporate Taxes To Fund Infrastructure Bill
The “Made In America Tax Plan,” Focuses On Raising Taxes On Corporations And Preventing Them From Moving Profits Overseas. The Plan Claims To Raise $2.5 Trillion Over 15 Years But the Tax Hike Has Raised Concerns From Economists, Republicans And Some Democrats.
- School Choice Support Soars
A New Poll Sponsored By A School-choice Advocacy Organization Shows Support For Educational Choice Nationwide Has Increased To A New Level Of 71% Of Registered Voters.
- Biden Pitches Gun-Control Measures: ‘This Is Just The Start’
Biden Announced A Series Of Controversial Gun Control Measures From The White House Thursday. The President Laid Out Several Executive Actions And Made Clear He Thinks More Gun Control Measures Are Needed And Coming Soon.
- More States Opening With Fewer Restrictions
Iowa, Florida, Wyoming, South Dakota And Texas Have The Least Coronavirus Restrictions And Have Fully Reopened, According To A New analysis of State Regulated Coronavirus Restrictions.
- U.S. Supreme Court Overturns California’s Restrictions On In-Home Religious Activities
The U.S. Supreme Court Ruled Late Friday That California’s COVID-19 Restrictions On In-Home Religious Gatherings, Limiting Worship To Families From A Maximum Of Three Households, Could Not Continue.
- Republicans Criticize Biden For Creating ‘Court Packing’ Commission
The Biden Administration Took Heavy Criticism Friday After Announcing The Administration Would Be Formally Considering Adding More Justices To The U.S. Supreme Court.
- Biden’s $1.5 Trillion Budget Only Includes A 1.7% Increase For National Defense
President Joe Biden Released Top-level Numbers For His Proposed 2022 Budget Friday. The $1.5 Trillion Plan Includes Major Spending Increases For Domestic Projects While Keeping Defense Spending Essentially Steady With Inflation.
- 172,000 Illegal Immigrant Crossings In March, Situation ‘Horrific To See’
Several Republican Members Of The House Judiciary Committee Visited Mcallen, Texas And Found The Border Situation To Be A ‘Catastrophe’.
- Vaccine Passports May Soon Be Obsolete
States Around The Country Are Discussing Controversial, Mandatory Vaccine Passports, But A New Study Suggests The Entire Debate Could Be Over Soon.