The Invisible Tax: Inflation [Congressman John Rose Op-Ed]

Inflation Isn’t Something One Can Easily Turn Off, But President Biden And Congressional Democrats Proved That Their Reckless Progressive Policies Can Certainly Turn It On! Since President Biden Took Office And Democrats Gained Control Of Both Chambers Of Congress, Inflation Has Increased Every Single Month. There Is No Denying That Massive Deficit Spending Got Us In This Harmful Mess And Doing More Of The Same Certainly Won’t Get Us Out Of It. I And My Fellow Conservatives Have Pushed Back As Hard As We Can Against This Reckless Approach To Governing, But We Have Been Outnumbered And Outvoted.

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Inflation Slowed In April, But Prices Continued Their Steady Increase

Inflation Continued Its Steady Rise In April, When The Consumer Price Index Increased 8.3% Over Last Year, According To Data Released Wednesday By The U.S. Bureau Of Labor Statistics.

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Congress Considers Renewable Energy Spending As Critics Say U.S. Needs Increased Oil Production

The Senate Environment And Public Works Committee Held A Hearing Wednesday To Consider Investing More In Renewable Energy Sources Amid Soaring Gas Prices And International Tension Over The Global Energy Supply.

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Critics Pan Biden’s Plan To Fight Inflation

Inflation Has Risen Steadily Since President Joe Biden Took Office, And His New Plan To Fight Rising Prices Has Been Met With Skepticism By Critics.

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Lawmakers Eye $2.7B Capital Projects Plan, Sale Of State Property

Tennessee Lawmakers Are Looking At A $2.7 Billion Capital Projects Program For Fiscal 2022-23 Alone, Plus The Sale Of Property To Reduce The State’s Holdings In One Of The Boldest Proposals To Come Along In Years.

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Sen. Rand Paul Blames Pandemic Stimulus For Record Inflation

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) Released A New Report Tuesday Detailing The Effects Inflation Has Had On Families And Businesses Around The Country And Calling It A “Hidden Tax” On Americans.

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Tennessee Expected To Collect $3B More Than Budgeted In Sales Tax, Fees This Fiscal Year

Tennessee Is Expected To See A Continued Increase In Sales Tax And Fees Collections, According To The State’s Fiscal Review Committee.

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One Year Into Biden’s Presidency: What Have Democrats Actually Accomplished?

Last Week, The Country Watched In Disgust As The White House Scrambled To Explain Away News Of Decades-High Inflation. True To Form, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Denied And Deflected Instead Of Addressing The Economic Pain Most Tennesseans Feel. This Rejection Of Reality, Paired With The Administration’s Nonstop Pivots To And Away From Hot-Button Issues, Begs The Question: “What Have Democrats Actually Accomplished?”

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