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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 »

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 »

One-Way Ticket to a Socialistic Welfare State

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The agenda outlined by President Biden on Wednesday night is a one-way ticket to a socialistic welfare state with astronomical taxes, and government encroaching on every aspect of our lives. His vision for our nation involves growing the size of almost every corner of the federal government. (With the exception of our military, to nobody’s surprise.) There’s simply no room to talk about “unity” an... Read more »

A Trojan Horse

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After weeks of speculation, the veil was finally lifted this morning on Biden’s next massive spending plan. Yes, this is different than the $1.9 trillion Democrats rammed through last month. It’s on top of the extra $6 trillion we spent last year alone. And yes, this will be in addition to what it normally costs to operate the federal government. This proposal is being pitched around infrastructur... Read more »

An "Undisclosed East Room Session"

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REPORT: “President Biden recently held an undisclosed East Room session with historians that included discussion of how big is too big — and how fast is too fast — to jam through once-in-a-lifetime historic changes to America.” This was the leading paragraph of a news article this morning predicting what’s to come. Naturally the question is, what other “historic changes” could they have been talki... Read more »

The Biggest Surge in 20 Years

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EVERY BIT of the renewed problems along our southern border is the doing of Joe Biden and congressional Democrats. This is 100% on them. We are now facing the biggest surge of illegal immigration in the last 20 years, according to the Dept. of Homeland Security. The resulting humanitarian crisis, the $86 million now being spent on HOTEL ROOMS for some detainees, the inundated Border Patrol, the d... Read more »

They're Not Done Spending!

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Here’s what to expect from the Democrat-controlled Congress, the mainstream media, and your social media newsfeeds over the next several weeks. But first, some reminders: Remember Democrats are about to bulldoze through another $1.9 trillion in spending they claim is for coronavirus relief. Remember this $1.9 trillion is actually packed with inexcusably bad spending, like hundreds of billions for... Read more »

A Gift to Labor Union Bosses

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If you’re a union boss, you’re going to love what House Democrats are pushing this week. It’s called the “PRO Act” (H.R. 842). There are multiple problems with this bill, but let’s focus on the three worst: FIRST – South Carolina is what’s known as a “right to work” state. This means you are entitled to work in a unionized business without being required to belong to that labor union. You can join... Read more »

Spewing Trillions of Dollars All Over the Place

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This week, the House is considering yet another coronavirus spending bill. This will be in addition to the $4 TRILLION that’s already been allocated. Never mind that more than a trillion of that hasn’t even been spent yet – Democrats want to add another $1.9 trillion to the tab. Remember all this coronavirus money is borrowed from our children – we don’t have this sitting around somewhere in a ra... Read more »

Why Minimum Wages Should Be a State Issue

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Let’s talk about why a $15/hour minimum wage is inappropriate at the federal level. This is relevant right now because Democrats just rammed a $15/hr. federal minimum wage through a House committee. They want to mandate that businesses pay a minimum of $15, and are trying to bake that requirement into their next massive stimulus bill. (Which we can’t afford, but more on that later.) Recently, the... Read more »

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