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  • How taxpayers will heavily subsidize Democrat boots on the ground this election

    Progressives are using legal loopholes and the power of the federal government to maximize Democrat votes in the 2024 election at taxpayers’ expense, RealClearInvestigations has found. The methods include voter registration and mobilization campaigns by ostensibly nonpartisan charities that target Democrats using demographic data as proxies, and the Biden administration’s unprecedented demand that every federal agency “consider ways to expand citizens’ opportunities to register to vote and to obtain information about, and participate in, the electoral process.”
  • China's war on Taiwan and our economy
    This week, I introduced the Fortifying U.S. Markets from Chinese Military Aggression Act. This bill directs the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) at the Treasury Department to establish an advisory committee to analyze, study and report on market implications and vulnerabilities related to Chinese military aggression with the goal of establishing open lines of communications between policy makers, government agencies, and capital markets. 
  • How Lincoln’s assassination changed American history
    Lincoln’s death elevated a bigoted Democrat from East Tennessee, Andrew Johnson, to the presidency – and thereby changed the course of Reconstruction. Booth’s bullet pitched a nation still reeling from four years of fratricidal war – a conflict that had snuffed out the lives of nearly three percent of the U.S. population – into a moment of profound precarity.
  • I just want your vote
    The current objectives of the Biden Administration and the DNC are too obvious and too cynical for the serious voter. They are only about getting votes for Biden.
  • Is Biden’s war on LNG the new anti-nuclearism?
    In the aftermath of the 1979 Three Mile Island nuclear accident, then-Senator Joe Biden voted for a “temporary pause” on reactor permitting, despite no credible evidence of public harm from radiation. Although the measure failed, the nuclear industry never recovered from this political overreaction based on exaggerated fears. Forty-five years later, President Biden has unilaterally ordered a “temporary pause” on the permitting of liquified natural gas (LNG) export terminals – a move the Washington Post editorial board aptly labeled “a win for political symbolism, not the climate.”
  • Preventing the Biden administration from violating consumer choice
    In the United States, one of our most important freedoms is individual choice. However, the Biden Administration has unmistakably signaled its determination to advance its aggressive climate agenda at any cost – even at the expense of consumer choice – whether it pertains to gas stoves, dishwashers, or even gas-powered vehicles. 
  • Drug education is useful during 4/20 day
    Peer pressure is powerful among youth, and having a plan to avoid drug use helps children and students make better choices. Ultimately, it is about assisting them to make good choices as they age.
  • U.S. helps pro-Ukraine media run a fog machine of war
    Little attention has been paid to the Ukraine government’s crackdown on independent and opposition media, a push aided by the U.S.-backed network of anti-disinformation groups. Even as Washington’s efforts to censor information at home are drawing greater scrutiny, its support of Ukraine’s efforts reflects the increasingly global reach of the American government’s propaganda arms.
  • Migrants feel the awful pain of Biden’s 'virtue'
    For women and children, the road to hell is paved with Democrats’ good intentions. The party’s beliefs about the right thing to do regarding the border are the main contributors to an explosion of rape, human trafficking, prostitution, and child labor. Much of this human tragedy can be traced to the scores of executive orders and other new policies advanced by the Biden administration to encourage millions of migrants from around the world to come to America.
  • Greenfield 'experiment' has run its course
    Now, armed with new knowledge, we can take what we have learned from that experience and apply it to a new government that will serve us better than anything we have yet seen. It's going to be an exciting year.
  • 'You failed, but you aren't dead'
    Remember, you may have failed, but you’re not dead yet. You still have time to help yourself learn to succeed. Have the courage to admit your failure, look backward for potholes where you fell, and work at filling them in. Instead of giving in to the temptation to blame someone else.
  • The Sullivan Doctrine
    By prioritizing crisis management in response to escalating tensions, President Biden and his national security team risk inadvertently paving the way for a war between Iran and Israel. The Sullivan Doctrine, which appears to avoid taking decisive measures against Iranian aggression, heightens the possibility of a war that could lead to the first-ever use of a nuclear strike in the Middle East.
  • BBC reporter gets schooled for climate hypocrisy
    Guyana’s President Irfaan Ali has little to explain, much less apologize for, as his country rapidly emerges as an important South American exporter of hydrocarbons. Let the BBC’s reporters peddle their luxury beliefs to those who think they can afford them.
  • Biden not only reason for Dems to panic
    When Democrats panic, they will say or do anything to try to regain the upper hand. That’s why they turn out a new anti-Trump hoax every week, such as “The Bloodbath Hoax,” “The Immigrants are Animals Hoax,” and “The Trump Thinks He Is God Hoax.”
  • Immigration No. 1 issue among voters, explained
    A Wall Street Journal national poll conducted in late February found that 20% of voters now rank immigration as their top issue, up from 13% in December. In the same poll, 65% of voters said they disapproved of President Joe Biden’s handling of border security, and 71% said developments in immigration and border security are going in the wrong direction.
  • Ensuring future generations are free of today’s diseases and chronic conditions
    Cancer is a terrible disease that affects almost every American family in some form. During April, National Cancer Prevention and Early Detection month, we recognize the importance of expanding access to cancer screenings, stopping more cancers before they start, supporting research to find a cure for cancer and enabling healthy lifestyles.
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