ANALYSIS/OPINION: It certainly seems as though Biden has made it his mission to undo everything the previous administration has accomplished; and he has done it with complete disregard for the Constitution.
Canceling the Keystone XL pipeline has slashed thousands of jobs, ruined even more lives, and is terrible for our country. Even Democrats are not happy and Canada is angered. Now, states are fighting back￼…
Congress is about to vote itself a second salary while Americans suffer. While the American people are suffering, Members of Congress, led by Schumer and Pelosi, are pushing a new bill called HR1, which will let elected representatives draw a SECOND SALARY worth as much as $600,000 per year. This in addition to their current salary. Also, this bill allows swamp politicians to use taxpayer money to get elected, takes over our elections, floods the system with fraudulent mail in ballots, and bans voter identification so anyone can vote in anyone else’s name. Even yours! This bill is coming down for a vote in less than one week. Meanwhile, they are planning to give America’s COVID-19 victims – including millions who are out of work and have NO income – just $1,400. That’s 400 TIMES LESS than the money Congress is about to give itself! It is urgent that key lawmakers hear from you NOW and all of us combined as we work to stop this in its track. Please click this link and tell Congress: Help America, Not Yourself! Please share this link and email with every single person you know and ask them to do the same to help us spread the word and stop this insanity.
Trump may have just won the election… As the do-nothing Democrats try to stuff the relief bill with things that have nothing to do with the coronavirus, President Trump wants to actually help the American people. The President is fed up with the antics of Congress and how it seems they care so little for the people of this great country. He signed 4 orders yesterday which include a memorandum that is supposed to provide $400 a week for additional unemployment insurance benefits — down from the $600 benefit that expired July 31. An executive order would extend a moratorium on evictions in addition to memoranda that would provide deferments for student loan payments and create a payroll tax holiday for those making less than $100,000 annually.