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California Pushes Wealth Tax, Includes Those Moving Out of State

The bill is titled "Wealth Tax: False Claims Act."

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Calls House Republicans ‘Irresponsible’ For Wanting Spending Cuts Amid Debt Ceiling Battle

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen asserted on Saturday that House Republicans attempting to negotiate spending cuts amid the renewed debt ceiling battle are “very irresponsible.”

Military Can’t Meet Recruiting Goals Even After Lowering Standards

Despite lowering standards, the US military struggles to meet recruitment goals, with the Army experiencing a significant drop and the other branches barely meeting their goals for the fiscal year ending September 30, according to data from the Department of Defense.

‘U.S. Military Works to Enlist Recruits Who Have Faced Behavioral Challenges’: WSJ

U.S. Defense Department allows recruits with a previous ADHD diagnosis to join the military without a waiver under new rules allowing those diagnosed with 38 medical conditions to join if they have not demonstrated symptoms or required medication for treatment for a certain number of years.

6 ‘Noncompliance’ Strategies for Protecting Kids and Teens in 2023

Since 2020, parents have had to contend with increasingly brazen efforts by governments, schools, foundations, Big Tech, Big Pharma and others to hijack, injure or destroy children’s minds and bodies.

Welfare Pays More Than Regular Jobs in Many States

Welfare payouts for a family of four exceed the national median household income in 24 states, and top $100,000 annually in Washington, Massachusetts, and New Jersey, a new study finds.

Biden Admin to Spend $13 Billion On ‘Environmental Justice’

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is spending $13 billion on funds towards "environmental justice" and climate change.

California’s Left-Wing Economic Policies Turned $31 Billion Surplus Into $25 Billion Deficit

Layoffs, tax, and price increases are thought to have contributed.

California Faces $25 Billion Budget Deficit, Could Be Worse if Recession Hits

California could face a $25 billion budget deficit in 2023–24, despite raking in a record-setting $98 billion budget surplus this year, according to an analysis that comes days after midterms election, in a state where the Democratic party enjoys a supermajority.

The Florida Model Works

If Republicans intend to dig themselves out of their current electoral rut, studying Florida would be a good place to start.

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