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Unconscionable: New Bill Proves Democrats Are Okay With Abortion Up Until Birth

Hyperbole is common stock and trade in the world of politics. Legislators from both parties cry foul and feign outrage over each other’s policies and proposals so routinely that it is difficult to know when a bill or law is actually deserving of such strong criticism. However, on Friday, Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives passed an abortion expansion…

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Democrats Got What They Wanted With Joe Biden: An Autopen In The White House

In case you were wondering what President Joe Biden has reportedly been up to lately, besides letting the Taliban take over Afghanistan, here are a few headlines: “Biden ‘checking‘ if he can overrule states and order universal masks in schools” “Biden to press private businesses to require COVID vaccinations for employees” “Biden extends eviction ban” “Biden calls for half of…

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New Hampshire Diversity Council Members Quit Over State Budget That Bans Racist Concepts

Republican New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu recently approved a state budget that limits conversations concerning “systemic racism.” In response, the majority of his Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion resigned on Tuesday. If they can’t promote racist ideology, they don’t want to work for the governor. In their resignation letter, the council members said they “accepted [Sununu’s] appointment to [the]…

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Republicans Will Introduce Election Bill Requiring States To Maintain Ballot Transparency

Led by Florida Rep. Byron Donalds, Republicans are putting forth a bill Tuesday that seeks to address voting security and fraud irregularities in the wake of a controversial 2020 presidential election, The Federalist has exclusively learned. The Vote Outcome Transparency in Elections (VOTE) Act would require states both publicly disclose the number of ballots in possession on election night, and…

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5 New Big Tech Antitrust Bills Are A ‘Put Up Or Shut Up’ Moment For Republicans

On Friday the House Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on antitrust introduced five bills designed to address the findings of their 16-month investigation into Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook. The legislation, introduced with various Republican cosponsors, represents the first comprehensive legislative effort to address the dominant market power and potentially anti-competitive practices of the major Big Tech companies. The “techlash,” in other…

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