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New Indy Update

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NEW INDY Update for those living in Lancaster, York, and Chester counties: Yesterday, I sent a letter to the EPA Administrator requesting the agency allocate additional personnel to help review the hundreds of public comments received in response to the proposed consent decree between the EPA and New Indy Containerboard. I realize this consent decree is one of many steps in an effort…

Unhinged Vitriol on Display

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Tags: Pro-Life

We’re really seeing the Left’s unhinged vitriol on display over the Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade. They’re protesting in front of the homes of several Supreme Court justices. There was a Molotov cocktail thrown into the office of a pro-life organization. Some even held rallies on Mother’s Day, which is actually “on brand” for many of these groups. I wonder if these people actually…

Replay of South Carolina Economic Forum

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How long will inflation continue to rise? How long will labor shortages continue to be a problem? Is a recession on the horizon? How should companies and employees prepare for the next 12-18 months? These were a few of the questions we covered at a recent forum I hosted on South Carolina’s economy and labor force. Joining me were three expert panelists: Dr. Joey VonNessen, a research…

Roe v. Wade and the Supreme Court Draft

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Breaking news late last night: a leaked version of a Supreme Court majority DRAFT indicated the Court could be poised to overturn Roe v. Wade. If this turns out to be the final ruling, it would overturn a 49-year precedent that I believe has been an un-Constitutional, dark shadow on our nation – one that has enabled the lives of countless millions of unborn children to be…

“Disinformation Governance Board”

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Have you guys heard about this?! A “Disinformation Governance Board” is the latest in a long line of horrible ideas out of this White House. Biden has appointed someone named Nina Jankowicz to run this agency. It turns out Jankowicz herself has been responsible for a trove of disinformation over the years, most notably calling the bombshell news of Hunter Biden’s laptop a “Trump campaign…

A Cesspool of Lunacy

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I realize the overwhelming majority of my constituents are not on Twitter, which is probably a good thing for their own sanity. That platform has devolved into a cesspool of lunacy. For most people, there’s just very little value in Twitter unless you follow only a small number of trustworthy voices on the topics you care about (e.g. sports, news, weather, politics, specific hobbies,…

Congressional Oversight Work During April 2022

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Part of my role in Congress and as a member of the House Oversight Committee is to help steer public policy, fight corruption, and stand up for values of my constituents from South Carolina's 5th congressional district.  On that front, below is a list of correspondence I've either led or co-signed during the month of April 2022. April 1, 2022 - Letter to DHS Secretary…

Here We Go Again: Cries to “Cancel” Student Debt

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Here we go again. Cries to “cancel” student debt are making headlines this week. This, after President Biden told a group on Monday that he wanted to explore ways to “forgive” some amount of federal student loans. Just so we’re 100% clear: when liberals talk about “forgiving” or “canceling” loans, what they actually mean – whether they’re capable of understanding this concept or not – is…

"Safeguard the American People, Our Homeland, and Our Values"

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The TSA at airports is part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The sole mission of DHS is to “safeguard the American people, our homeland, and our values.”   That's it. That's their job.   So why would DHS implement policy changes that permit LESS invasive screening procedures for transgender-passengers? Are they any less of a threat than…

Upcoming Forum on South Carolina's Economy

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How long will inflation continue to rise? How long will labor shortages continue to be a problem? Is a recession on the horizon? How should companies and employees prepare for the next 12-18 months? To help answer these questions, I’ll be hosting and moderating a special forum in Sumter starting at 11:30 AM on Wednesday, May 4th.  Joining me to provide their insight will be three…