Republicans Push Back Against ‘Politicization’ Of IRS

President Joe Biden Has Pushed For Beefing Up IRS Audits Of Corporations To Raise Revenue For His New Spending Proposals, But Republicans Are Raising The Alarm About The Potential Consequences Of The Plan.

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Off To A Rocky Start

Less Than A Week After President Joe Biden And A Bipartisan Group Of Senators Came To An Agreement On An Infrastructure Package, There Is Already Uncertainty With The Terms Of The Deal As It Faces A Tough Battle In The Coming Weeks.

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Biden, Senators Reach Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework

The Biden Administration Said Thursday It Has Reached An Agreement On Infrastructure With A Coalition Of Senate Democrats And Republicans.

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Biden’s Stance On U.S. Spending For NATO Sharp Contrast To Trump Policy

President Joe Biden Reaffirmed The Strong U.S. Commitment To NATO At The 2021 NATO Summit In Brussels But Departed From The Previous Administration’s Aggressive Push For Member Nations To Contribute More Financially.

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How Many People Work For The Government In Tennessee?

Tennessee Has The 12th lowest Share Of All States For The Percentage Of The Workforce Employed By The Government. States With A Larger Than Typical Share Of Public Sector Workers Often Have Higher Than Average Government Spending On A Per Capita Basis — And Vise-versa. Tennessee Is No Exception.

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Biden’s Outrageous Budget A Chance For GOP To Regain Spending Credibility

Biden’s Proposed Budget Is A Gift For Congressional Republicans. This Is A Golden Opportunity For Republicans To Expose The Dangers Of Biden’s Agenda. While This Gift May Be Neatly Wrapped And Served Up On A Silver Platter, It Will Require Some Work First. Republicans Have To Present A Credible Alternative. It Is One Thing To Decry Wasteful Spending, And An Entirely Different Thing To Actually Work Out Solutions To Avoid It.

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Biden’s $6 Trillion Budget Draws Pushback

President Joe Biden’s Latest Budget Proposal Fits The Model Of His Other Plans With Higher Taxes And A Spike In Federal Spending. But The New Plan Has Drawn Opposition Just As His Earlier Spending Proposals Have.

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Biden Agenda May Hurt Democrats In 2022

President Joe Biden’s Roughly $4 Trillion In Federal Spending Plans Could Cause Trouble For Democrats In The 2022 Midterm Elections, New Polling Suggests, Even Though Earlier Polls Indicate A Slight Majority Of Americans Support The Increased Spending.

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Blackburn: Tennesseans Can’t Afford Biden’s Perfect Storm

Rather Than Demanding Hardworking Americans Rewrite Their Budgets To Fund Idealistic wish Lists, Biden Needs To Take A Look At The Practical Effects Of This Spending Spree. Unless He Wants These Surge Prices To Become Permanent, Something Has To Change.

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Republicans Release Plan To Address Growing Inflation Under Biden Administration

Congressional Republicans Grabbed Headlines This Week After Releasing An Aggressive Budget They Say Would Cut Taxes And Spending, But Key Measures In The Plan Also Would Address One Of The Country’s Most Serious Economic Problems.

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