Biden’s Budget Plan: Too Much SALT

Biden’s Budget Plan: Too Much SALT

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Biden’s “Build Back Better” spending plan is a benefit to the rich. “For all their talk about increasing taxes on the rich, the Democrats' budget reconciliation plan might actually result in a tax cut for high-income households,” writes Project 21 Co-Chairman Horace Cooper ...
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New York City Set to Allow Foreigners to Vote

New York City Set to Allow Foreigners to Vote

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In New York City, city councilmembers are on the verge of awarding voting privileges to “non-citizens.” Approximately 800,000 new voters for local elections will be created after this measure passes. “Every human is a citizen of some country,” points out ...
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EPA’s ‘Environmental Justice’ Plan Fails to Address Black Community Needs, by Derrick Hollie

EPA’s ‘Environmental Justice’ Plan Fails to Address Black Community Needs, by Derrick Hollie

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Instead of Protecting Minorities From Eco-Hazards, Environmental Justice Disenfranchises Them Fundamentally flawed. That’s the only way to describe the Environmental Protection Agency’s new strategic plan. Administrator Michael S. Regan wants to put the EPA “at the center” of the Biden Administration’s ...
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Liberals Unaccountable on Narrative-Defying Racial Crimes

Liberals Unaccountable on Narrative-Defying Racial Crimes

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After a young Asian girl was savagely beaten in Philadelphia, the situation was made worse when a liberal city councilmember appeared to try to explain away what prosecutors called "ethnic intimidation." Appearing on the Fox News Channel program “The Ingraham ...
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Remembering Bob Dole’s “Passion for This Country”

Remembering Bob Dole’s “Passion for This Country”

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Senator, presidential candidate and World War II hero Bob Dole has passed away at the age of 98. Project 21 member Michael Austin, also a native of Kansas, had this to say about the legacy of his former senator: Our country ...
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Unemployment Report Suggests Return to the Carter Era

Unemployment Report Suggests Return to the Carter Era

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It was another disappointing month for the Biden Administration concerning jobs. The November unemployment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics vastly underperformed economists’ expectations. Only 210,000 jobs were created – far below the predicted 573,000. Biden’s November number is ...
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Benjamin Crump: America’s 'Racial Justice' Profiteer

Benjamin Crump: America’s ‘Racial Justice’ Profiteer

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Racial Justice Profiteers in Our Midst Threaten the Very Justice, Truth, and Healing That America Represents. As Benjamin Crump continues to carve out his niche in the legal arena, it is time America recognizes what’s going on. The George Floyd ...
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Building Back Better for the Wealthy

Building Back Better for the Wealthy

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For all their talk about increasing taxes on the rich, the Democrats' budget reconciliation plan might actually result in a tax cut for high-income households. The latest addition to their reconciliation bill is a provision to raise the cap on ...
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Black Activists Hopeful That SCOTUS Will Uphold Life

Black Activists Hopeful That SCOTUS Will Uphold Life

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As the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments today in a key abortion case, members of the Project 21 black leadership network are holding out hope that the Court will uphold the right of states to restrict abortion. In Dobbs ...
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A Biden Chanukkah Debacle

A Biden Chanukkah Debacle

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Trying to commemorate Chanukkah, President Joe Biden called the eight-day Jewish festival “undeniably American.” As Project 21 member Marie Fischer points out in a commentary syndicated by InsideSources, Biden’s comparison of Jewish resistance over 2,000 years ago to America’s founding ...
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