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September 11, 2023
Stop Abortions

The EEOC has proposed a new rule that will force most businesses to accommodate abortions for their employees. You can contact EEOC to express your thoughts about this proposed regulation before it becomes official. Last year the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act became law. The new law ensures that all businesses with 15 or more employees provide “reasonable accommodations” for pregnant…

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August 15, 2023
Car Radio

Car manufacturers are planning to remove AM Radio access from new vehicle models, but there’s a bill before the Senate that can stop them. The AM Radio for Every Vehicle Act of 2023 is a bill with bipartisan support that would ensure that every new motor vehicle will be able to access AM broadcast stations.

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July 27, 2023
Man Holding Waving American Flag

Men and women have sacrificed their lives for what the American Flag stands for—one nation where every person can live out their God-given rights. Americans may be divided by many different opinions and beliefs, but the Stars and Stripes is a symbol that unites us around our nation’s core values.

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July 26, 2023
2024 National Defense Authorization

Every year, the National Defense Authorization Act passes with overall bipartisan support. But there is controversy over this year’s military spending bill due to amendments added by House Republicans. The amendments are an attempt to restore some common sense in the military.

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July 18, 2023
No Way Back film 2023

It’s rare to see truth laid bare in a movie theater. Maybe that’s why two films attempting to do just that—Sound of Freedom and No Way Back: The Reality of Gender Affirming Care—are facing a few obstacles.

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May 2, 2023
Protect Women and Girls in Sports

Recently the House passed The Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act. This bill would ensure that any school or college sports funded by Title IX would not allow biological males to compete against female athletes. Following the House’s passage of the bill, Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) asked the Senate for unanimous consent to do the same. Democrats refused….

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April 18, 2023
WHO sign

It’s time the US left the World Health Organization (WHO). If you agree, contact your US representative today and ask them to support H.R.79, the WHO Withdrawal Act. Introduced this year by Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ), the WHO Withdrawal Act would repeal the 1948 law that authorized our nation to join WHO. It requires the President of the US to immediately…

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April 5, 2023
RESTRICT Act and Thune

The RESTRICT Act before the Senate is far more than a TikTok ban. It’s a threat to American freedom, reminiscent of the post-9/11 Patriot Act. Introduced by Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and John Thune (R-S.D.), with the support of more than twenty bipartisan co-sponsors and the Biden Administration, the RESTRICT Act is supposedly an answer to mounting concerns over TikTok….

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February 2, 2023
US National Debt

Once again, there is a showdown in Washington, D.C. over America’s excessive national debt. And once again, there is a lack of common sense among lawmakers.  In January, the United States hit the debt limit, putting us in a tenuous spot that can’t be sustained. Our national debt currently sits at $31.5 trillion. In the last two decades, the national…

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January 19, 2023
US Embassy-Mexico City-pride-flag

US embassies represent America on foreign soil—so they should fly the American flag, not the various flags and banners of controversial groups and factions. If you agree, encourage your House representative to support the Old Glory Only Act (H.R. 146), which was recently introduced into the new congressional session. For years, US embassies have flown pride flags and the Black…

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January 9, 2023
FDA Building

Last week the FDA approved retail pharmacies to offer the abortion pill. According to the new FDA rule, retail pharmacies like CVS and Walgreens, as well as independent pharmacies, may now choose to stock mifepristone. Mifepristone is the first of two pills taken in medical abortions (also called chemical abortions). Previously only available through certain doctors, clinics, or mail-in pharmacies,…

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