Unemployment Programs Wasted Billions

A Federal Watchdog Says Billions Of Taxpayer Dollars Have Been Wasted Through Unemployment Programs In The Past Year, And That Number Is Likely To Rise.

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Halting Of City Redefinition Gives Volunteer State The Chance To Rebuild

The United States Office Of Management And Budget (OMB) Has Decided To Hold On Changes That Would Have Taken Away Federal Funding Opportunities For Tennessee Cities Like Cleveland, Jackson And Morristown.

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15 Governors Oppose Biden’s Executive Order On Conservation

Governors From 15 States Are Sounding The Alarm Over An Executive Order Issued By President Joe Biden Tasking His Administration To “Conserve” 30% Of All Land And Water In The U.S. By 2030.

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Biden Tax Hikes Would Put U.S. At Disadvantage Against Other Nations

A New Report From The Tax Foundation Found That President Joe Biden’s Proposed Tax Increases Would Put The U.S. At Much Higher Rates Than Many Of Its Economic Competitors.

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61% Of U.S. Counties Now ‘Second Amendment Sanctuaries’

As Of June 20, There Are 1,930 Counties “Protected By Second Amendment Sanctuary Legislation At Either The State Or County Level,” Representing 61% Of 3,141 Counties And County Equivalents In All 50 States And The District Of Columbia.

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Congressional Delegation Visits Texas Calling On State To Shut Border

Members Of The Republican Study Committee Visited The Rio Grande Valley This Week To Learn About The Challenges Texas Is Facing In One Of The Heaviest Trafficked Sectors Along The States Border With Mexico.

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Blackburn Op-Ed: The Assault On One Person, One Vote

As Parents, We Tell Our Kids That Their Voice Matters. We Teach Them About The Importance Of Maintaining A Free And Open Democracy And The Inviolable Promise Of “One Person, One Vote.” But As Congressional Democrats’ Latest Attempt To Upend The American Electoral System Revealed, The Foundations Of Our Republic Are More Vulnerable Than They Seem.

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Biden Administration Loses Public Support On Immigration Policies

A New Harvard/Harris Poll Found The Overwhelming Majority Of Voters Say Immigration Is A Serious Issue That Has Gotten Worse Under The Biden Administration And That More Should Be Done To Address It.

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Off To A Rocky Start

Less Than A Week After President Joe Biden And A Bipartisan Group Of Senators Came To An Agreement On An Infrastructure Package, There Is Already Uncertainty With The Terms Of The Deal As It Faces A Tough Battle In The Coming Weeks.

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