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Oct 1, 2020
Why have House Ds repeatedly said no to helping small businesses & workers?
Rep. Steve Chabot has proposed legislation (H.R. 8265) that would allow small businesses that need relief to access the ~$135B left in unspent PPP funds. The bill calls for no new spending and would be a lifeline for workers across the country. How could anyone oppose it?…
Sep 15, 2020
Republicans Focus On Defeating The Virus While Democrats Dabble With Anti-Vaxxer Movement
A key plank of House Republicans’ Commitment to America agenda rolled out today is defeating the virus. In a series of six videos, the House GOP Doctors Caucus went into detail about how Operation Warp Speed is working to produce a safe and…
Nancy Pelosi
Aug 28, 2020
Speaker Pelosi Shows Again Why She Can’t Be Trusted
Speaker Pelosi and White House Chief of Staff spoke yesterday about potential legislation in response to COVID-19 and the Speaker again refused to work towards bipartisan compromise. Instead of coming to the table on common sense measures that both sides agree on, the Speaker is demanding…
Aug 24, 2020
Nearly One-Third of House Dems Skip “Emergency” Vote To Address USPS “Crisis”
While Democrats’ falsely claimed that there was a “crisis” taking place with the USPS that needed to be addressed, nearly one-third of their members failed to even show up to work on this unfounded “emergency” on Saturday: The Washington Examiner: “Nearly 30% of House Democrats skip…
Capital Building
Aug 20, 2020
Dems Attempt To Shield Public From Their Radical Agenda
With speeches last night from Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic Convention continues to demonstrate how their party is intent on pushing a dangerous policy agenda that would take America down the wrong path. Democrats know that their radical positions will be rejected by the American people, which is…
Aug 17, 2020
Democrats Play Politics With USPS
Last night, Speaker Pelosi announced that the House will come back into session this weekend to vote on legislation relating to the United States Postal Service. This comes despite the fact that the CARES Act passed by Congress in March allowed the Treasury Department to lend…