Feds To Pay Hundreds Per Child To American Families; Critics Fear Economic Fallout

Americans With Children Will Begin Receiving Checks From The Internal Revenue Service In A Few Weeks, But Economists Worry The Payments Could Have Long-Term Economic Consequences.

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Biden Promotes Billions For Electric Vehicles But Critics Are Wary

Electric Vehicles’ Biggest Supporter Of Late Has Been President Joe Biden, Who Has Stressed The Vehicles As A Central Part Of His Efforts To Address Climate Change. But Critics Question The Economic And Environmental Impact Of That Transition.

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Biden Goes On Offensive After Attacks Over Struggling Economy

President Joe Biden Unveiled A Series Of New Measures Monday In An Attempt To Boost Hiring After Economic Data From The Month Of April Showed A Spike In Unemployment Filings.

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Defund The Police Movement Contributed To Rise In Violence, Experts Say

Calls To Defund The Police Have Once Again Been Thrust Into The National Spotlight After A String Of High Profile Police Shootings, But Data Show The Rallying Cry For Police Reformers May Not Hold Water.

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Gas And Other Consumer Prices Spike In 2021 First Quarter

The Bureau Of Labor Statistics Released Data Tuesday Showing A Sharp Increase In Consumer Prices, Especially Gasoline, As Many Americans Struggle To Make Ends Meet. Critics Of President Biden’s Policies Say More Price Increases Likely To Come.

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Biden Pushes More Audits, Higher Corporate Taxes To Fund Infrastructure Bill

The “Made In America Tax Plan,” Focuses On Raising Taxes On Corporations And Preventing Them From Moving Profits Overseas. The Plan Claims To Raise $2.5 Trillion Over 15 Years But the Tax Hike Has Raised Concerns From Economists, Republicans And Some Democrats.

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Biden Administration Eyes Three To Four Trillion Dollar Spending Plan

Critics Say The Increase In Spending Is Unsustainable. They Point Out That Deficit Spending Creates Tax Liability, Which Means Every Dollar Spent Over Budget Requires A Tax Increase On Americans In The Future.

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Trump Allies Among Top CPAC Sponsors

Donald Trump Is No Longer A Sitting President But His Allies Are Still Playing A Major Role In This Year’s Annual Conservative Political Action Conference, Widely Known As CPAC.

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25 Senators Introduce REIN Act To Curtail Federal Spending

U.S. Sen Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, Introduces Bill, Co-Signed By 24 Senators, Requiring Any New Regulation Costing $100 Million Or More To Be Approved By Congress Before Implementation.

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Biden’s Keystone XL Cancellation To Cost Jobs, Won’t Help Climate

Critics Say Killing The Oil Pipeline Project Will Eliminate Jobs On Both Sides Of The Border, Weaken Important Canada-U.S. Relationship And Undermine U.S. National Security.

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