U.S. Rep From Florida Introduces Bill To Ban IRS From Acquiring Ammunition

U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Florida, Has Introduced A Bill To Ban The Internal Revenue Service From Acquiring Ammunition. This Year Alone, The IRS Has Purchased $725,000 Worth Of Ammunition, Gaetz Said.

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Experts Raise Alarm Over ‘Fiscal State Of The Union’ Ahead Of Biden’s Speech

President Joe Biden Is Expected To Deliver The State Of The Union Address Tuesday Evening, And Economic And Fiscal Policy Experts Are Raising The Alarm About The Fiscal State Of The Nation.

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Health Care Costs Going Up As Seniors Struggle To Pay Bills

With Friday Beginning Open Enrollment For Those Qualifying For Medicare, A New Report By Medicareguide.com Found That One In Four Senior Citizens Have $500 Or Less In Savings For A Medical Emergency.

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Unemployment Fraud Scrutinized Ahead Of Debate Over Renewing Federal Benefits

Republicans In The U.S. House And Senate Are Demanding A Federal Investigation Into Unemployment Benefits Money Lost To Fraudsters, Calling It The “Greatest Theft Of American Tax Dollars In Our Nation’s History.”

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Bill To Improve Transparency At Dept. Of Veterans Affairs Gains Momentum

The Bipartisan VA (Veteran’s Affairs) Quality Health Care Accountability And Transparency Act Passed The Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee With Unanimous Support.

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Unemployment Programs Wasted Billions

A Federal Watchdog Says Billions Of Taxpayer Dollars Have Been Wasted Through Unemployment Programs In The Past Year, And That Number Is Likely To Rise.

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Biden’s Monthly Child Tax Credit Payment Is ‘Just The First Step’

A Sweeping New Federal Program That Will Provide Monthly Payouts To Parents Kicks Off Next Month, And The Biden Administration Indicated There Is More To Come.

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Hagerty Files Amendments To Improve American Innovation & Competitiveness Act To Counter Chinese Communist Party

United States Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) Has Filed A Number Of Amendments To The Legislation Currently Being Debated On The Senate Floor Intended To Address U.S. Competitiveness With China.

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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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