Rev. Graham: PBS Pushes ‘LGBTQ Agenda’ in ‘Arthur’ Cartoon, Our Taxes Fund It

Reverend Franklin Graham denounced a recent episode of the PBS cartoon “Arthur,” which showed two male characters getting married and Arthur and other characters applauding this blatant promotion of male sodomy. PBS is undeniably pushing the LGBTQ agenda, said Rev. Graham, and U.S. taxpayers are funding it. In a May 15 post on Facebook, Rev. […]

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Tariffs: The Taxes That Made America Great

As his limo carried him to work at the White House Monday, Larry Kudlow could not have been pleased with the headline in The Washington Post: “Kudlow Contradicts Trump on Tariffs.” The story began: “National Economic Council Director Lawrence Kudlow acknowledged Sunday that American consumers end up paying for the administration’s tariffs on Chinese imports, […]

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Democrats Flip the Health Care Script: If You Like Your Plan, You Can’t Keep It

The House is putting to a vote this week a bill that would threaten the health coverage of 1.5 million people. H.R. 987 would overturn a Trump administration regulatory relief policy, while wastefully allocating new taxpayer money to programs proven to fail. The bill would block the Trump administration’s relief efforts that help consumers access […]

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House Democrats Are Shortchanging the Military

House appropriators have now released their budget top lines for every government agency, and their number for the Department of Defense shows they acknowledge the defense budget needs an increase. But that increase still isn’t enough, as it falls short of the president’s budget request and of what the military needs to continue its rebuild. […]

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Poll: Fewer Low-Income Americans ‘Struggling’ Financially Since Trump Took Office

More Americans say their financial situation has improved since President Donald Trump took office, and fewer low-income Americans report that they are “struggling” to make ends meet, a new Monmouth University Poll finds. The national survey of 801 American adults (18 and older), conducted April 11-15, 2019, asked: “Thinking about your current financial situation, would […]

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