Dear Democrats: Don’t Expose Our Financial Data To China

This Set Of Policies Would Be A Disaster For Tennessee And For The American People. The Most Concerning Element Is The Potential National Security Risk That Would Come From Exposing Americans’ Financial Data To The Chinese Government. We Need Continued Leadership From Blackburn And Hagerty On The Issue To Protect Consumers And Their Financial Data.

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Democrats Want To Silence “Mr. Smith” In Washington

When Our Founders Penned Our Constitution, They Knew That “Democracy Was Far More Important Than Just Counting Noses.” Knowing The Fragility Of Human Nature, They Predicted Every Inevitable Compromise People Would Be Willing To Make For Security At The Cost Of Freedom. They Knew Our Constitution Must Be Chartered To Limit Government To Protect The People From Being Abused By It. The Uniqueness Of This Masterful Declaration Is Having The Ability To Agree To Disagree. If We Chose To Engage In Combat, We Have Rules That Allow Us That Prerogative. We Have Countless Tools In Our Arsenal When We Combat These Legislative Fisticuffs. One Such Piece Of Ammunition Is The Filibuster.

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Harris Visits U.S-Mexico Border As Illegal Immigration Surge Continues

Vice President Kamala Harris, In Her First Visit To The Texas-Mexico Border Since Being Appointed “Immigration Czar” By President Joe Biden More Than Three Months Ago, Said Friday In El Paso That Progress Was Being Made On An Issue That Many Have Called A Crisis.

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More Than $4 Billion To Go To Illegal Immigrants Through Biden Stimulus Checks

The Center For Immigration Studies Estimates That 2.65 Million Illegal Immigrants Have Social Security Numbers And, Because Of Their Income Threshold And Number Of Children They Have, Are Eligible To Receive Federal Stimulus Checks.

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Democratic Relief Bill Includes $1,400 Checks To Non-Citizens, Incarcerated Felons

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz Of Texas Says The $1.9 Trillion Bill Passed By Democrats In The House And Senate Allocates $1 Trillion To Non-conoravirus-related Relief Spending, Including Payments To Noncitizens And Incarnated Felons.

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Lawmakers Opinions Differ On Latest Federal Stimulus Package

While The GOP And Some Economists Criticized The Scope And Price Tag Of The Rescue Package As The U.S. Vaccination Pace Has Picked Up, Democrats Said They Needed Decisive Action To Prevent A Sluggish Recovery And Future Economic Pain.

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Senate Narrowly Passes $1.9 Trillion Spending Package

After A Marathon Session That Lasted Through The Night, The U.S. Senate On Saturday Narrowly Passed A Massive $1.9 Trillion Relief Package That Critics Say Contains Hundreds Of Billions Of Dollars Of Wasteful Spending Unrelated To The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Corporate Interests Call On Congress To Pass The Dream Immigrant Act

A Broad Coalition Of Corporations And Business Groups Are Pushing Congressional Leaders To Pass Legislation To Create A Path To Citizenship For Undocumented Immigrants Who Arrived In The U.S. As Children.

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