Harshbarger Introduces Bill Requiring Federal Agencies To Acknowledge COVID Natural Immunity

U.S. Congresswoman Diana Harshbarger (R-TN) Recently Introduced The Natural Immunity Is Real Act In The House Of Representatives. If Passed, This Bill Would Require Federal Agencies To Take Into Account Naturally Acquired Immunity From Previous Covid-19 Infection When Issuing Any Rules Or Regulations Aimed At Protecting From The Virus.

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Blackburn, Judiciary Republicans Push Back On Free Speech Crackdown Of Parents Protesting School Boards

U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn And Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), Along With All Republican Members Of The Senate Judiciary Committee, Excoriated The Department Of Justice (DOJ) For Threatening The Use Of Federal Law Enforcement To Deter Parents’ Free Speech.

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Blackburn & Colleagues Demand Google Stop Silencing Pro-Life Views

U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn And Steve Daines Led Their Colleagues In Demanding Answers From The CEO Of Google On Google’s Double Standard In Censoring Pro-Life Abortion Pill Reversal Ads While Continuing To Allow Ads For Deadly Abortion Pills.

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Republicans Walk Out As Biden Talks Masking

Congressional Republicans Were In Open Revolt. Just Minutes Before Biden Was Slated To Start Talking, Rep. Chip Roy Of Texas Was Objecting In The House. They Walked Out Of The Chamber, Marched Across Statuary Hall, And Found Seats In The Senate Where Mike Lee Was Condemning…

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Inflation Woes Jeopardize Biden’s Infrastructure Plan

President Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Is Receiving Fresh Opposition From Republicans Concerned That Rising Inflation, And The Government Spending That Contributes To It, Means The U.S. Should Take A Step Back From The Plan.

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Education Secretary Walks Back Critical Race Theory Preference For Federal Grants

Republicans Declared Victory After The U.S. Dept Of Education Released New Info Appearing To Walk Back Previous Language That Encouraged Schools To Teach Critical Race Theory And Gave Preferential Treatment When Awarding Grants If They Did So.

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Republicans Question IRS Motives In Ruling That Could Jeopardize Tax-Exempt Status of Churches

Several Republicans In The U.S. House And Senate Sent A Letter To The IRS Friday Demanding The Agency Correct A Ruling They Say Could Have Major Implications For Churches And Faith-Based Organizations In The U.S.

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House To Consider $250B For Subsidies, Research To Compete With China

The U.S. House Will Consider A Wide-Ranging Bill Aimed At Accelerating American Technological Innovation In An Effort To Keep Pace With China, But Critics Have Raised Concerns About How To Pay For It.

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Utah Native American Tribe Asks Biden Administration For Energy Lease Order To Be ‘Withdrawn Or Amended’

The Statement From The Ute Tribe Stated, “The Economic Impacts Of This Decision Will Be Felt Nation-Wide And Couldn’t Come At A Worse Time For Utah’s Rural Communities, Tribes, And Small Businesses.”

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