Tennessee Man Faces Charges For Threats Against Biden, Trump, Other Officials

A Perry County Man Is Facing Federal Charges For Making Online Posts And Sending Emails Threatening President Joe Biden, Former President Donald Trump, And Other Officials.

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More Than 30 Members Of Congress Call On Biden To Be Impeached Or Resign

30+ Republican Members Of Congress Have Called On Biden To Be Impeached Or Resign Following Withdrawal From Afghanistan. Others Have Also Called For Resignations From Secretary Of State Antony Blinken And Joint Chiefs Of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, And Some Have Said V.P. Harris Should Invoke The 25th Amendment.

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Voting Legislation Heads To U.S. Senate, Would Expand Fed Control Over Election Rules

A New Bill To Significantly Expand Federal Power Over State Elections Is Headed To The U.S. Senate, The Latest In A Traffic Jam Of Controversial Legislation To Be Decided On By Congress.

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Infrastructure Bill Faces Obstacles As House Returns

The Fate Of A Federal Infrastructure Bill Appears Uncertain After Comments By Representatives From Both Parties On The Legislation As The House Returns To Session This Week.

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Sensitivity

Let’s Consider Covid Testing With Nasal Swabs. First, A Sample Of Secretions/Cells Must Be Obtained From A Person’s Nasopharynx With The Proper Swab. Then The Material Must Be Carefully Preserved And Taken To A Lab For Analysis. Much Can Go Wrong In The Sampling And Chain Of Custody Procedure.

The Doctor And Skeptic In Me Considers Such Things. I Wonder Why There Was Virtually No Influenza Last Year, While In A Typical Influenza Season There Would Be 30 To 40,000 Deaths In America. I Guess COVID Cured Influenza.

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Senate Dem Flags ‘Serious Concerns’ & ‘Grave Consequences’ Of $3.5 Trillion Spending Plan

On The Heels Of Passing A $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill, Senate Democrats Passed A $3.5 Trillion Budget Resolution Wednesday That Sets Congress Up For A Major Battle Later This Year.

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Blackburn, Hagerty Vote Against $1.2T Infrastructure Bill

The U.S. Senate Passed A $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Tuesday Despite The Objection Of Both Of Tennessee’s U.S. Senators. The Bill, Which Passed 69-30, Would Add $256 Billion To The Federal Debt, According To The Congressional Budget Office.

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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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McCarthy Blasts Pelosi And Democrats At Statesmen’s Dinner In Nashville

U.S. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Representative From California, Addressed Republicans In Attendance At The 44th Annual Statesmen’s Dinner In Downtown Nashville Saturday Night. In His Keynote Address, He Urged Them To Remain Unified And To Work Towards Taking Back The House Majority In 2022.

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