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Inflation: a Real and Growing Concern

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Prices are rising almost everywhere these days, and inflation is now a real & growing concern. Three points to remember on this: 1️⃣ First, everywhere you see higher prices, there are likely several factors. For example, our grocery and food prices are certainly on the way up. Adverse weather, the fact that we’re exporting more to other nations, an uptick in travel (40% of our corn production goe... Read more »

A Terrible Way To Treat Our Vaccine Companies

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We can now add **patent theft** to the growing list of horrible policy decisions by President Biden. This is bad news on multiple levels. Here’s what’s going on… Last week, Mr. Biden came out in support of canceling the intellectual property rights for Covid vaccines developed here in the United States. In other words, he wants companies like Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson to lose their pa... Read more »

No Moral Equivalent Between Israel and Hamas

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There is absolutely NO moral equivalent between Israel and Hamas. None. This latest escalation comes on the heels of Palestinian riots in Jerusalem. They’ve been rioting over property rights in one particular Jerusalem neighborhood. It’s actually part of litigation that’s working its way through Israel’s Supreme Court. Not content with the legal process, Hamas took it upon themselves to launch a m... Read more »

Rep. Norman and Rep. Ruppersberger Introduce the Putting First Responders First Act

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Washington, D.C. – Last week, Rep. Ralph Norman (SC-5) and Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (MD-2) introduced H.R. 3060. It aims to help police, fire and EMS personnel who are injured in the line of duty. Under existing law, if a first responder is injured on the job and is unable to work, disability compensation is not subject to federal income tax. However, this tax relief applies only until reaching hi... Read more »

Rep. Ralph Norman Statement on Removal of House Republican Conference Chair

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Rep. Ralph Norman issued the following statement on Wednesday following House Republicans' vote to remove Rep. Liz Cheney as Conference chair: "What the Republican Conference needs from its chair is both forward momentum and a unified front against liberal activism in the House. Rep. Cheney was not removed today because she voted to impeach President Trump. In fact, she already survived that vote ... Read more »

Rep. Norman Issues Statement on Gas Shortages Resulting From Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack

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Rep. Ralph Norman (SC-5) issued the following statement on Tuesday in response to the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, which led to the current gas shortages throughout the southeast: "The latest information we have as of this (Tuesday) morning is that Colonial Pipeline expects to have service to its primary lines restored by this weekend. However, it’s important to remember that’s only a rough esti... Read more »

Rep. Ralph Norman Announces Winners of 2021 Congressional Art Competition for 5th Congressional District

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Rep. Ralph Norman is pleased to announce the following winners of the 2021 Congressional Art Competition: 1st Place: Emily Gray (12th grade) - Wilson Hall 2nd Place: Syrriah Alcide (12th grade) - Northwestern High School 3rd Place: Emma Arledge (11th grade) - Spartanburg Christian Academy Background Information Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by the members of ... Read more »

Critical Race Theory: A Twisted and Vile Philosophy

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Critical Race Theory is a twisted and vile philosophy. Unfortunately, it’s gaining some traction in this current era of “wokeness” and virtue signaling. It’s actually rooted in Marxism, so let’s start there… In overly simplistic terms, Marxism contends that there’s a struggle between “classes” of people. For example, those who are wealthy vs. those who aren’t. Or business owners vs. the workers th... Read more »

Questionable CDC Guidelines on Children's Camps

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Enough of this!! The federal guidelines for children's camps this summer are utterly ABSURD. Just read some of this drivel from the CDC: ❌ "Sports and athletic activities should be done outdoors, wearing a mask." ❌ "Campers should avoid playing close-contact or indoor sports." ❌ "Discourage sharing of items that are difficult to clean." Do these people even have children?! First of all, EVERYTHING... Read more »

No Surprise: Big Government Exacerbates the Problem

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Have you noticed how many businesses lately are SEVERELY understaffed? Especially companies that were hit hard by the Coronavirus but are now seeing a sharp uptick in demand now that our economy is getting back on its feet. This includes restaurants, manufacturers, service companies, construction firms, and businesses in many other sectors. Let’s talk about some of the reasons why. First, it’s cle... Read more »

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