Federal Unemployment Benefits Face Congressional Scrutiny After States Turn Away Funds

Federal Supplemental Unemployment Payments Began As A Bipartisan Measure To Remedy The Hardships Of COVID-19 Last Year, But As Businesses Across The Country Struggle To Find Workers, It Is Turning Into A Political Battle.

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Big Labor Wants To Salt The Earth

Unions Can Deploy Unsavory And Coercive Tactics Without Consequence. For Instance, Unions May Legally “Salt” A Workplace By Getting Undercover Union Operatives Hired By The Target Company In Order To Agitate For Unionization From The Inside. Unions Deploy Such Campaigns – Which Can Involve Negative Publicity, Political Pressure, Frivolous Lawsuits And Complaints, Public Protests, Targeting Of A Company’s Clients, Or Even Sabotage Of Company Operations – To Compensate For The Lack Of Employee Support For Unionization By Pressuring An Employer To Remain Silent During The Union Campaign, Provide Union Organizers Heightened Access To Employees, Or Even Recognize The Union Without Allowing Employees To Vote On Unionization.

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Biden’s $1.5 Trillion Budget Only Includes A 1.7% Increase For National Defense

President Joe Biden Released Top-level Numbers For His Proposed 2022 Budget Friday. The $1.5 Trillion Plan Includes Major Spending Increases For Domestic Projects While Keeping Defense Spending Essentially Steady With Inflation.

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Election Law Under Microscope As Legal Battles Continue

Legal battles are still being waged in several states over alleged election irregularities and fraud, and incorrectly executed federal and state procedures. However, an obscure rule, called the “Safe Harbor Date” may compel states to certify Election Results and for Congress to accept them, thereby, declaring a Presidential winner officially. Safe Harbor Date is today, December 8th.

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Rubio Calls For More Small Business Loan Money In Compromise COVID-19 Relief Bill

The $908 billion pandemic stimulus compromise package being discussed in the U.S. Senate is a hopeful sign of progress, Florida Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio said, but it won’t garner his support until more assistance is tabbed for small businesses.

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