Tennessee Conservative News Break – June 10, 2021

1) Hamilton County Commission Appoints Joan Carter As Interim State Rep
2) Nashville DA Refuses To Enforce Transgender Bathroom Law
3) Biden Tax Hikes In Flux As Infrastructure Negotiations Shift
4) Hamilton County Commission Appoints Steve Highlander As District 9 Commissioner

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Biden Tax Hikes In Flux As Infrastructure Negotiations Shift

The Collapse Of Negotiations Between The White House And Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, On An Infrastructure Deal Raised Concerns That Biden’s Proposed Tax Increases Could Regain Footing, But Lawmakers Wednesday Indicated That Likely Wouldn’t Be The Case.

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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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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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Morality And Our Elected Officials

Morality Is A System Of Values And Beliefs, As Well As Principles Of Conduct. Moralistic Behavior Is Characterized By Such Traits As Honesty, Integrity, Humility, Courage And Compassion. Ideally, Elected Officials Embody These Traits. As They Are In A Position Of Power And Must Make Decisions That Affect Their Constituents. The Character Of An Elected Official Must Reflect Well The Character Of The Community From Which They Were Chosen.

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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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Businesses And Republicans Raise The Alarm Over Biden Taxes

As President Joe Biden Promotes His Several Trillion Dollars In Proposed Federal Spending, Republicans And Small Businesses Are Raising The Alarm, Arguing The Taxes Needed To Pay For Those Spending Plans Are A Threat To The Economy.

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Americans For Prosperity Hosts “End Washington Waste” Event with Congressman Mark Green, AFP President Tim Phillips

On Monday, May 24th, Americans For Prosperity-Tennessee Will Host An Event With U.S. Representative Mark Green And AFP President Tim Phillips Highlighting The Significant Problems With President Biden’s $4 Trillion “Infrastructure” Proposal.

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