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Biden’s controversial taxes for thee but not for me

September 4, 2022 Sadeeqah Abrahams 0

The fate of the Biden proposal depends on the midterm elections this autumn. If Republicans capture either the House or the Senate, it would undoubtedly result in an impasse on significant tax issues, as the Republican Party’s anti-tax-increase attitude conflicts with Biden’s objectives.

Similarly, given Biden’s veto authority, it would be difficult for Republicans to reduce taxes, take back additional Internal Revenue Service budget, or reverse the handful of corporate tax increases enacted by Congress, say, experts.

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Crist to Face DeSantis in November

August 24, 2022 admin 0

NBC News projects that Charlie Crist won the Florida primary against Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried Tuesday night, answering the question Democrats have been asking for months: Who will be the underdog against popular Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis?

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FBI Seeing an Increase in Threats After Invasion of Mar-A-Lago

August 15, 2022 admin 0

After the warrant was executed, the FBI and DHS noticed an increase in “violent threats” against law enforcement, judiciary, and government personnel, including a threat to “place a dirty bomb in front of FBI headquarters,” according to the bulletin. Calls for “civil war” and “armed rebellion” have also increased on social media recently.

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Trump Stated He Would Fire Rogue Bureaucrats

August 8, 2022 admin 0

Former President Donald Trump again called for overhauling the administrative state on Saturday, telling folks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) that Congress and the next president need to “remove rogue bureaucrats and root out the deep state.”