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Opinion: The Infrastructure Bill’s Many Tax Headaches

Congressional Democrats and 13 House Republicans passed a $1.2 trillion “infrastructure bill” last week. About 20 percent of the funds are for actual roads and bridges. The rest is filled with earmarks and other “woke” wasteful spending and lays the groundwork for a new vehicle miles traveled (VMT) tax. Even worse for taxpayers, Democrats used this bill to

Politics

Newsom, GOP rivals seek votes in recall’s final weekend

Democratic allies of California Gov. Gavin Newsom continued to express confidence Saturday in his chances of beating back a recall but warned his supporters not to let up on urging people to vote as they seek a decisive win, while Republicans said the contest is far from settled. “We don’t need to just win by

COVID-19

Sweeping new vaccine mandates for 100 million Americans

In his most forceful pandemic actions and words, President Joe Biden on Thursday ordered sweeping new federal vaccine requirements for as many as 100 million Americans — private-sector employees as well as health care workers and federal contractors — in an all-out effort to curb the surging COVID-19 delta variant. Speaking at the White House,

Opinion

Opinion: Richard Trumka and the Labor Movement’s Nostalgia Trap

The U.S. labor movement is in the midst of an existential crisis. Its leaders know times are changing and they must do something if organized labor is to survive. But the last thing union bosses want to do is to change. And that is a problem. Richard Trumka took over the reins of the AFL-CIO,

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Arizona Today: Interview with Trevor Loudon, Part 2 (July 2021)

Continuing the discussion from Part 1, Dr. Lyle Rapacki asks Mr. Loudon about Communists in other American institutions. Trevor discusses the educational system, our churches, and many other areas of American life that have been systematically infiltrated.

Opinion

Opinion: PRO Act is One Big Con for Arizona Retailers

Retailers of all shapes and sizes across the Grand Canyon State have been working hard to help local communities return to normal, re-opening their doors, re-igniting job growth, and re-investing in their own operations in order to continue supporting a stronger, more resilient economy across the state. That’s why it is particularly disheartening to hear

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