In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR

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Biden Schedule || Tuesday, April 6, 2021

10:30 am || Receives the President’s Daily Brief 1:45 pm || Visits a vaccination site in Alexandria, Virginia 3:45 pm || Delivers remarks on the state of vaccinations; State Dining Room All times Eastern Live stream of White House briefing at Noon

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Ruling: Democrats will only need 50 votes to pass Biden $2.2T spending bonanza

The Senate parliamentarian ruled Wednesday that the $2.2 trillion Biden “March to Socialism” proposal can be passed by a simple majority of the Senate, without the support of a single Republican. Normally, only one spending bill a year can be passed under “reconciliation” rules, which allow senators to avoid a filibuster, which requires 60 votes to break. But Schumer got to work and found a

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Secretary of Treasury Yellen wants a GLOBAL corporate tax

See what’s going on? This is globalism at its finest. Now we’ll need permission from someone in Belgium to change our corporate taxes. Prepare under President Biden to  forfeit plenty of our sovereignty that Donald Trump had just fought so hard to get back. According to the Washington Times: Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen made the case for a global minimum tax that would prevent U.S.

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Biden objects to baseball in Georgia but not the Olympics in China

Joe Biden assertively backed taking the All-Star Game out of Georgia because he disagreed with a voting bill there that continues to allow Georgia citizen to vote on Election Day, well before Election Day, and by mail with incredible ease. And yet he thinks it is a “Jim Crow” law. Which is a terrible insult to those who suffered under actual Jim Crow. The 2022

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Chris Wallace calls out WH economic advisor on spending bill’s “infrastructure” label

The Biden administration is calling its massive $2.2 trillion spending program an “infrastructure” bill so that Americans are fooled into thinking Lunch Bucket Joe is filling up the potholes and building new bridges. But as Chris Wallace rightly notes to White House National Economic Council Director Brian Deese, most of the proposal has nothing to do with pavement. Deese puts on a hilarious act, pretending

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