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  • Senator stresses need to tackle $34.5 trillion debt

    If the federal government is going to remain ready to respond to natural disasters and national emergencies, we have to have the capability of doing that. It seems that begs the need to put the nation’s fiscal house in order. 
  • Raising awareness about fraud targeting seniors
    The FBI reported in 2023 seniors lost $3.4 billion, an 11-percent increase in reported losses from 2022, through an ever-growing array of scams targeting the nation’s senior population.
  • Fighting for those who fight for us
    Since the founding of our great nation, patriotic men and women have selflessly chosen to serve our country as a part of the Armed Forces.
  • Biden’s problems are the real threats
    The 2024 election isn’t about what the establishment media thinks. It’s about America’s survival.
  • Please be a part of KAMP Dovetail this month
    A true miracle occurs yearly at Rocky Fork Lake just off North Shore Drive. One does not find a mission like KAMP Dovetail in other communities. It is a unique opportunity for children to experience a week of extremely incredible adventures despite their disabilities.
  • A sermon on Mark 4:26-34
    For 27 years at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, I prayed over sick children all day, spreading the seed of God's healing power over them. My faith told me to put them in God's hands. I was most moved when I prayed over the little babies in the incubators. Some were so tiny they could fit into the palm of your hand. It saddened me that at only a few weeks old they were struggling to survive.
  • Fighting back against China’s cheating
    American manufacturers can’t expand and scale up production if they’re constantly dealing with a flood of illegally-subsidized imports.
  • Looking back at 1924 Immigration Act through a 2024 lens
    Too many people arriving in too short a period strains vital social services like medical care and education and depletes irreplaceable natural resources like water and agricultural land, exactly the outcome that the 1924 legislation prevented.
  • No better friend than Japan, despite political distractions
    During a recent campaign fundraiser, President Biden likened Japan to Russia and China for being “xenophobic,” a comment that Japan justifiably called “unfortunate.” On the heels of a state visit and during an era of Great Power Competition, one can only wonder how POTUS could compare Japan with the countries of a new arc of authoritarianism.
  • Two old sayings
    This past week, I started a new adventure, serving as a docent at General Ulysses S. Grant's boyhood home, located in Georgetown, the small town just a few miles up the road from our farm. As soon as I stepped through the door, I realized how little I knew about the man who led the Union Army to victory in 1865, and went on to become the 18th president of the United States.
  • Fairness, integrity and freedom
    The SBA’s core mission is to support and empower American small businesses, everything from bakeries to bike shops. Last time I checked, the Biden re-election campaign does not fall into the category of a “Small Business.”
  • Judicial balance
    Is this the first time we’ve experienced so much angst with the judicial system? Sadly, no. I refer you to the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, when, in the 1930s, the Supreme Court was not going his way, he attempted to stuff it with more judges that were like-minded to him. Fortunately, Congress would not go along. Would they today?
  • Taiwan needs weapons and training now, not 2027 or 2030
    China has said they will invade. Their history mandates unification. It’s probably too little, too late to deter, and 2027 if not sooner is the best chance China will ever have – and so it will.
  • Poll: Trump leads Biden by 8% in North Carolina
    Former President Donald Trump’s lead over President Joe Biden is 51%-43% in a poll of 1,053 likely voters in North Carolina taken just days before a verdict was announced in New York.
  • Why is the U.S. helping China undermine global innovation?
    This is outrageous. China is violating long-standing international norms and forcing the rest of the world to play by its own, self-serving rules. 
  • The WHO Pandemic Treaty: Deja vu all over again
    This sad history makes it even more shocking that many high-ranking U.S. officials in the Biden administration are trying to subject Americans to the same failed protocols in the event another pandemic is declared.
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