Foundation For Applied Conservative Leadership Brings Campaign Management School To Henderson, TN

The Foundation For Applied Conservative Leadership Is A Nonprofit Training Program That Offers Many Well-designed Training Schools. It Is Offering A Campaign Management School On June 12, 2021, In Henderson, Tennessee.

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Republicans Release Plan To Address Growing Inflation Under Biden Administration

Congressional Republicans Grabbed Headlines This Week After Releasing An Aggressive Budget They Say Would Cut Taxes And Spending, But Key Measures In The Plan Also Would Address One Of The Country’s Most Serious Economic Problems.

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Hagerty And Lee Urge Swift Action On Repairs To I-40 Bridge In Memphis

Following The Closure Of The Hernando De Soto ‘M’ Bridge Due To A Significant Fracture On May 11th, U.S. Senator Bill Hagerty And Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Are Urging Federal Involvement In Reopening The Bridge And Maintaining Infrastructure.

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Critics Of Biden’s Proposed Oil And Gas Industry Taxes Fueled By Gas Shortages

Gas Shortages On The East Coast Have Helped Rally Congressional Opposition To The Portions Of President Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Plan That Would Force Oil And Gas Companies To Pay More In Taxes.

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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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Electric Vehicles And Paying For Our Highways

With Anticipated Growth In Electric Vehicle (EV) Sales In The United States, The Question Remains: How Are Evs Going To Pay Their Fair Share Of Maintaining Our Nation’s Highway Infrastructure? Some Observers Argue That Vehicles In General Should Be Charged A Miles-driven Tax. It Might Seem To Make Sense That The More Miles One Drives The More One Should Pay To Maintain Our Roads, But There Are Other Considerations.

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Conservatives Raise Alarm Over Potential For Hidden ‘Biden Tax’ For Middle Class, Poorer Americans

Republicans Developed A New Line Of Attack Against President Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Bill That Could Become The Rallying Point For The Opposition To His Major Spending Plans.

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Republicans Debate Breaking Up Big Tech After Trump’s Facebook Suspension

Many Republicans In Congress Have Reignited Their Calls To Break Up The Big Tech Companies After Facebook Announced Last Week They Would Maintain The Suspension Of Former President Donald Trump’s Account.

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Two Border State Governors Say Biden And Harris Haven’t Reached Out

The Migrant Surge Has Threatened To Spoil The Honeymoon Period For The New President. According To Internal Government Documents, Officials Expect To See 117,000 Unaccompanied Minors This Year, A Projection That Would Shatter The Previous High, Recorded In 2019.

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Biden Promotes ‘Free’ Community College For Americans, ‘Dreamers’

President Joe Biden Touted A Key Part Of His Education Initiative Monday, Pushing For Two Years Of Free Community College Nationwide, But Some Critics Question The Long-term Efficacy Of His Plan.

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