Inflation Fears Rise As Producer Prices Increase More Than Ever Recorded

New Data Shows Rising Inflation, Alarming Economists And Casting More Doubt On Hopes Of A Post-Covid Economic Boom. Report Shows A Major Spike In The Cost Of Producer Goods – The Most Since BLS Began Tracking The Data More Than A Decade Ago.

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A Rerun Of ‘Welcome Back, Carter’

Joe Biden Claims To Be The Next FDR. But Many Americans Say He’s The Second Coming Of Jimmy Carter. Carter Policies Brought Us Gas Lines, 11% Inflation And Middle Eastern Unrest. Biden Is Well On His Way To Do A Repeat Performance Of Jimmy Carter, But He Is Even More Dangerous!

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Texas Attorney General Sues Biden Over Dictating State Tax Policy

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Has Filed His Ninth Lawsuit Against The Biden Administration, This Time Over A Provision In The Federal Government’s American Rescue Plan Act That States That To Receive The Funds, States Cannot Use Them To “Directly Or Indirectly” Offset Tax Revenue By Cutting Taxes.

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Governor Lee Has ‘High Expectations’ For Education Funding In Tennessee

On Monday, Governor Bill Lee Let The State Of Tennessee Know About His High Expectations For Federal Education Funding. Lee, Commissioner Penny Schwinn, And Members Of The General Assembly Have Asked For School Districts Across The State To Put This Funding Toward Student Achievement.

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What Can Government Do To Help The Poor?

Government Has A Poor Track Record Of Directing Assistance To The Poor. Even Before COVID-19, The Federal Government Spent More Than $4 Trillion Per Year. Only A Small Fraction Of That, However, Was Allocated To Those In Poverty. There Is A Wide Range Of Federal, State And Local Programs That Actively Harm The Poor That Should Be Reformed. Rather Than Asking The Government To Create New Programs To Help The Poor, Something It Has A Rather Poor Track Record Of Achieving, Let’s First Ask It To Stop Doing Things We Know Actively Hurt The Poor. Yes, Government Can Do Something To Help The Poor. It Should Get Out Of The Way.

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For The People Act Is A Brazen Assault On State Authority And Free Speech

H.R. 1 would implode the rights of states in administering their own elections. This is in response, of course, to the hundreds of election-related lawsuits filed in the wake of ballot irregularities and various kinds of legislation making their way through state capitols to push back against some uncertainty about the November 2020 elections. But there is also an aspect of H.R. 1 that has not been much discussed, and that’s the silencing of speech. Even the American Civil Liberties Union, itself a long-established organization that is normally aligned with the authors of H.R. 1, has said that language contained the bill assaults the First Amendment.

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Democratic Groups Promote Biden Relief Package To Bolster 2022 Chances

After Biden Signed His $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Into Law On March 11, A Host Of Left-leaning Groups Launched Ad Campaigns Promoting His Legislative Efforts In Hopes Of Locking In A Sweeping Victory For Democrats In 2022.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 25, 2021

1) Tennessee House Bill Seeks Exclusion Of LGBTQ Lifestyle Textbooks From Curriculum
2) House Republicans Push Legislation Forward to Protect First Responders
3) Tennessee Titans To Keep 50% Of East Bank Sales Tax Revenue Under Proposed Bill Amendment
4) Biden Touts American Rescue Plan & Affordable Care Act At Ohio State University
5) Chattanooga Tax Payers Could Get $690,000 Bill for Juneteenth “Day Off” For City Workers

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Biden Touts American Rescue Plan & Affordable Care Act At Ohio State University

As President Joe Biden Made His First Visit To Ohio Since Taking Office Tuesday, He Was Criticized For What One Policy Group Called Unnecessary Spending.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 24, 2021

1)Another Chance For Religious Exemptions To Vaccines In Tennessee
2)Tennessee Bill Seeks Increased Accountability For Local Governments Considering Tax Hikes
3) Tennessee Senate Subcommittee Gives Thumbs Down To Grocery Sales Tax Holiday
4) Legislation Seeks to Better Equip Tennessee’s Volunteer Firefighters
5) Biden Administration Eyes Three To Four Trillion Dollar Spending Plan
6) 7 Hamilton County Elementary Schools Receive New eLabs

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