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Opinion: Biden’s War Against the Dignity of Work Scores Victory with Supreme Court

Another win for President Joe Biden is another loss for the American people and the power of work. Biden’s Department of Justice successfully asked the Supreme Court of the United States to cancel oral arguments for a lawsuit brought by Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. Rutledge, from the only state that had actually implemented work requirements

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Opinion – Global Cannabis Reform: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

With so much of the current news focus on North American cannabis legalizations, one may need to be reminded that cannabis reform has been happening for a long time around the globe. The November 2020 U.S. election brought several new states under some form of expanded legal guidelines and Mexico has recently voted to begin

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Opinion: Conservative Women Can Make Washington Work Again

Americans have lost faith in their government, and for good reason. For years, Washington has catered to special interests, kicked the can on tough spending decisions, and empowered unelected bureaucrats over the American people. Unfortunately, the problems run even deeper than dysfunctional government. Seventy-nine percent said in a recent poll that they feel like the entire

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Opinion: The PRO Act Undermines Worker Freedom

Since 1943, 27 states across the country have implemented right-to-work laws. Those laws ban unions from compelling workers to join, amounting to over $400 in membership dues each year. Despite the overwhelming popularity and the economic prosperity right-to-work laws have brought to states, politicians are now seeking to repeal them. President Joe Biden made repealing right-to-work laws a central pillar

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Opinion: American LNG Can Be Biden’s ‘Sharpest Diplomatic Tool’

American natural gas is the sharpest diplomatic tool the Biden administration can wield in energy-related foreign policy and international trade negotiations. As newly confirmed energy secretary Jennifer Granholm has made clear, liquefied natural gas exports “play an important role” in helping countries grow their economies and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Nations around the globe are scaling

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Opinion: We Need a Commission to Investigate Domestic Terrorism

Congress has done an admirable job conducting oversight hearings about the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Still, the latest threats of violence reported by the U.S. intelligence community portray a clear and present danger, combined with our hyper-partisan politics, lead to a combustible cocktail of problems and reinforce my belief that we must

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