No industry -- not airlines, not hotels, not cruise ships -- should be bailed out. They can stay in business by borrowing at rock-bottom rates, using their assets as collateral. Taxpayer money should be used to bail out people, not corporations.

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If You’re Aghast at What Fauci Does to Dogs, You Should See What the Government Does to People | Hannah Cox

Leaving aside that COVID’s proven more lethal to law enforcement than criminals in the past year, the defiance of Chicago police to a vaccine mandate raises a disturbing question: What happens when those we rely on to enforce the law pick and choose rules w/which they’ll comply?

The FDA and CDC need to start listening to these stories. It is well past time to stop ignoring the vaccine injured especially when our federal health agencies are considering approving vaccination for children.

I find it remarkable that the president is flying to Glasgow, but says he doesn’t have time to visit our southern border.

As Americans grapple with rising energy prices and inflation, President Biden can’t continue to ignore the economic and environmental benefits biofuels bring to the table. I recently joined my colleagues in requesting to meet with President Biden to discuss this important issue.

Democrats will trade American jobs and wages for amnesty. They don’t mind that it drains welfare programs and they certainly don't care that it will encourage even more illegal immigration. Democrats want amnesty at any cost.

3:20:01 p.m. - #HR2119  - On agreeing to the Scott (VA) amendments; Agreed to by the Yeas and Nays: (Roll no. 334).

It's time to build a better future for our children by passing the #BuildBackBetter  Budget.

The Supreme Court’s decision to take up the Texas Heartbeat Act next week is monumental in the fight to defend life at every stage—born or unborn. This life-saving law should be upheld.

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