Biden’s Weak Leadership Is A Betrayal: Blackburn Op-Ed

As Our Nation Mourns The Historic Losses Of September 11, 2001, I Can’t Help But Remember Our Troops Who Bravely Entered Enemy Territory In Afghanistan In The Weeks After The Twin Towers Fell. As Of April, 2,448 Of Them Have Sacrificed Their Lives To Keep Our Nation Safe, Along With 3,846 American Contractors, 444 Aid Workers, And 72 Journalists. With One Erratic Decision, President Biden Unraveled 20 Years Of Gains By Our Brave Service Members And Demonstrated The Full Weight Of His Weak Leadership.

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Global Minimum Corporate Tax Faces Strong Opposition

Ahead Of The G-7 Summit In The United Kingdom, A Recently Announced Agreement For A Global Minimum Corporate Tax Between The Biden Administration And Six Other Leading World Economies Is Facing Sharp Opposition From Republicans In The U.S.

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Tennessee Man Deported for Work in Nazi Camps

Friedrich Karl Berger, Age 95, Was Deported Saturday, Feb. 20, From His Home In Oak Ridge, Tennessee For Working As A Guard At A Nazi Concentration Camp Near Meppen, Germany. He Had Lived In The United States Since 1959 And Received A Pension From Germany.

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