Blackburn & Colleagues Introduce Bipartisan Bill To Honor 13 American Heroes Killed In Afghanistan

U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn, Steve Daines (R-Mont.), And Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) Have Introduced A Bipartisan Bill To Award Congressional Gold Medals To The 13 American Service Members Who Lost Their Lives During The Terrorist Attacks In Kabul, Afghanistan On August 26th.

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Taxpayers Want Less IRS, Not More

Even Though It’s Mid-May, It’s Tax Season (Filing Deadline Was May 17). And, Once Again, Millions Of Americans Found Themselves Going Through The Hassle Of Filling Out Their Tax Returns. Many Are Left Wondering If There Is A Better Way To File Taxes.

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Biden Promotes ‘Free’ Community College For Americans, ‘Dreamers’

President Joe Biden Touted A Key Part Of His Education Initiative Monday, Pushing For Two Years Of Free Community College Nationwide, But Some Critics Question The Long-term Efficacy Of His Plan.

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Amazon Clashes With Democratic Lawmakers Bankrolled By Its Own Employees

As Amazon Warehouse Employees In Alabama Fight To Unionize, The Company Is Brawling Online With Prominent Democratic Lawmakers Generously Bankrolled By Its Own Employees.

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Congressional Democrats Have No Business Dictating State Tax Policy

Democrats Are The Party Of Higher Taxes. President Joe Biden Has Proposed Trillions Of Dollars In Tax Hikes On American Families And Businesses While Far-left Politicians Like Elizabeth Warren And Bernie Sanders Are Pushing For Biden To Go Even Further And Enact Trillions More. Now, With Passage Of Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Spending Plan, Democrats Are Not Just Trying To Enact Higher Taxes At The Federal Level – They Are Also Trying To Stop States From Cutting Their Own Taxes.

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Biden Plans First Major U.S. Tax Increase In Decades

President Joe Biden Is Planning The First Major Federal Tax Hike In Nearly 30 Years. Biden Has Not Released The Full Tax Plan, But Sources Say Proposed Changes Would Raise Taxes, Including The Corporate Tax Rate, To Help Fund An Anticipated Several Trillion Dollars In Additional Federal Spending.

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Biden Isn’t Focused On Charter Schools, But He Should Be

Education Reformers Have Long Championed Charter Schools As A Way To Close Race- And Income-related Education Gaps. An Abundance Of Research Pointed To Their Success, The Case For Expanding Charter School Education Couldn’t Be Clearer. This Is Not The Time To Adopt A Neutral Approach To Charter Schools. The Biden Administration Has The Foundation For An Extraordinary Education Solution Before Them, One That Would, In Turn, Assist Some Of Their Most Important Goals. To Eliminate Race- And Income-Related Education Gaps And Boost Our Economy, We Must Invest In America’s Charter Schools.

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Debating A Federal $15 Minimum Wage

Congressional Budget Office States That Increasing The Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour Would Increase The Income Of 17 Million People But It Would Come At A Cost, Disproportionately Impacting Part-Time Workers And Adults Without A High School Diploma.

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Biden Plans To Reverse Abortion Policies of Trump Administration

Biden Pledges To Codify Roe v. Wade Into Federal Law & Overturn Trump Policies That Prevented Taxpayer Dollars From Funding Planned Parenthood.

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