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Democrat leaders inching evermore away from Israel

For it being an election year in the United States, political leaders on the left are taking an awfully big interest in the goings on of nations a world away. Last week, President Joe Biden opened his State of the Union Address with a rousing declaration about the importance of

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WH announces new military aid package for Ukraine

The Biden administration announced that the U.S. will send another $300 million package to help Ukraine. U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the money came from an unexpected budget surplus from Pentagon contracts. He also explained how the money would be used.

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Republicans tear into Biden’s $7.3 trillion budget proposal

Republicans are up in arms over Biden’s latest budget proposal – describing it as reckless and filled with woke programs. The president announced his $7.3 billion spending plan on Monday, complete with $5 trillion in tax increases for corporations and wealthy Americans. Democrats, like Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.), praised the

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Biden unveils massive $7.3 trillion proposal

President Joe Biden unveiled his 2025 budget proposal yesterday. The $7.3 trillion plan includes raising the corporate income tax rate to 28%, forcing Americans with over $100 million to pay at least 25% of their income in taxes, and letting the government negotiate drug costs. The White House says the

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US Senate advances spending bill, but government shutdown possible

The U.S. Senate on Friday advanced legislation that would fund several federal agencies through September, but it was unclear whether the chamber would be able to pass it in time to avert a partial government shutdown due to begin at midnight. The $467.5 billion spending package would fund agriculture, transportation, housing, energy, veterans and

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Biden rolls back Trump-era protections on religious liberty

Several Biden administration agencies recently finalized new rules on religious liberty protections affecting social service organizations that receive federal funds. The regulations, which administration officials say will produce more equitable outcomes for service beneficiaries, rescind Trump-era protections for faith-based organizations, including religious exemption protections.

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House approves $460B spending package

After months of stop-gap spending the House has passed a package to keep the government funded until this fall. Yesterday the House voted 339-85 to pass a package of six appropriations bills – worth around $460 billion. 83 Republicans and two Democrats voted against it. The House Freedom Caucus urged

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