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Trump’s Tax Returns Show Evil of the Income Tax

The final act of the Democrat majority on the House Ways and Means Committee was to make public several years of Donald Trump’s tax returns, which the Committee obtained after a prolonged legal battle.

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.

Amazon Workers Plan Global Black Friday Strike to Demand Company ‘Ceases Awful, Unsafe Practices’

Amazon workers around the world are reportedly planning to strike during Black Friday, one of the e-commerce giant’s business time periods, demanding that the company “pays fairly and ceases awful, unsafe practices.”

Corporate Donors Favor Dems in Midterms Despite Party’s Stance Against ‘Dark Money’ in Politics

Donations from corporations and big business across many sectors of the economy have favored the Democratic Party in the 2022 election cycle.

Kanye West: God Can Use Imperfect People?

The internationally renowned singer-songwriter and fashion designer Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) shook the fashion world in Paris last week by showcasing models with T-shirts that read simply, “White Lives Matter.”

Biden Signs $740 Billion Inflation Reduction Act

President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law on Tuesday, a move heralded by the Biden administration as a huge win and by Republicans as a devastating loss.

Wharton Study: Democrat Reconciliation Bill Would Have Zero Impact on Inflation

The Democrats’ marquee bill to reduce inflation would likely have zero impact on inflation, according to a study by the influential Penn Wharton Budget Model.

DeSantis Rallies Moms for Liberty at National Summit, Urges Political Activism

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis kicked off a convergence of about 600 conservative moms in Tampa on July 15 by urging them to push back against woke ideology, especially in schools.

Abortion Access Tops House Agenda as Congress Returns From Recess

Lawmakers start shuffling back to Washington on Monday after a two-week break and will commence the first round of legislative business since the Supreme Court overturned nationwide abortion rights.

Socialist AOC Who Wants to ‘Tax the Rich’ Still Owes New York Taxes From a Failed Business in 2017

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez still hasn't paid state taxes from 2017 for a failed business she owned until 2016.

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