Biden Threatens Veto Of Veteran Funding Over Abortion, LGBT Provisions

U.S. House Republicans Passed Legislation Wednesday To Fund The Department Of Veterans Affairs And Military Construction, But A Battle Over Abortion, Sexuality And Other Issues May Sink The Bill. Along With LGBT Issues, The White House Opposes The Legislation’s Limits On The Use Of Taxpayer Funds For Abortions.

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Tennessee Fair Elections Joins Only Citizens Vote Coalition, Calls On Congress To Enact Safeguarding American Voter Eligibility Act

Tennessee Fair Elections Has Announced That It Is Joining Forces With Dozens Of National, State, And Local Organizations To Work Together To Stop Non-Citizen Voting In The 2024 Elections.

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U.S. House Passes Bill To Add Citizenship Question To Census To Stop Illegal Immigrants From Interfering With Congressional Representation

Last Week, GOP Lawmakers In The U.S. House Of Representatives Passed A Bill To Add A Question Of Citizenship To The Census In An Attempt To Stop Illegal Immigrants From Factoring Into Any Electoral College Apportionment Or Redistricting.

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U.S. House GOP Seeks Transparency On Number Of Foreign Nationals In U.S. Illegally

A Group Of 17 Congressional Republicans is Calling On Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas To Provide Information On “The Total Number Of Illegal Aliens Currently Residing Within The United States.”

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China Is Fueling U.S. Fentanyl Crisis And The U.S. Isn’t Stopping It

The People’s Republic Of China Under The Leadership Of The Chinese Communist Party “Is The Ultimate Geographic Source Of The Fentanyl Crisis In The U.S.,” A New U.S. House Report Details.

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NO TRIAL: Senate Democrats Quickly Dismiss Impeachment Articles Against Mayorkas

Within 20 Minutes Of Convening To Hold An Impeachment Trial Of Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Democrats In The Senate Steamrolled Through Motions And Voted To Dismiss The First Article Of Impeachment Brought Against Him.

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Tennessee GOP Removes 14 Republicans From State Ballot For U.S. House, Senate Races

Tennessee’s Republican Party Officials Removed Several Candidates From The August Primary Ballot After Questions Were Raised About Whether They Were “Bona Fide” Party Members, Leaving Several Seats Unopposed.

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2 Tennessee Reps Vote To Table Revote On Effort To Kill Warrantless Search & Seizure Bill

Yesterday, The U.S. House Voted Again, To Try To Kill The FISA Bill, Sec, 702, Which Would Allow Warrantless Searches And Seizures. “Only” 117 Supposed “R”‘s Voted With The “D”‘s Against America This Time, But Tennessee Still Had Two Of Our Elected Officials Show Up On The List – Fleischmann And Now Green.

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