Tens of thousands of new IRS agents will target middle-class, conservative Christians for new rounds of audits if a bill favored by President Joe Biden passes Congress on Friday, an expert has warned. The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives looks poised to pass the "Inflation Reduction Act of 2022" on Friday. The legislation - which cleared the Senate on Sunday by a party-line, 51-50 vote - would hire 87,000 new IRS agents in an effort to raise $124 billion in new revenue through enhanced "enforcement" actions, such as audits.
The list of ways America's position in the world could be made more precarious keeps getting shorter; everything on the list keeps happening, one-by-one. This week, the disastrous incident is: America has lost eyes on Russia's nuclear arsenal. Russia announced on Monday it was halting U.S. inspection of its nuclear facilities in retaliation for U.S. sanctions imposed for their invasion of Ukraine.
With the nation's first post-Roe school year rapidly approaching, the pro-abortion lobby's crosshairs are once again aimed at one of their favorite targets: female college students. On August 8, Vice President Kamala Harris gathered the president of the American Council on Education and the presidents of eight colleges to discuss her concerns about how the Dobbs decision and the overturn of Roe v. Wade would impact college students. The participants of this meeting offer a vignette of the stunning ignorance that lies behind the Biden administration's perspective on abortion; of the 10 participants, two were self-identifying lesbians and five were men.
The Fargo, North Dakota School Board voted 7-2 at a Tuesday meeting to not recite the Pledge of Allegiance at upcoming school board meetings. School Board Vice President Seth Holden argued at the meeting that reciting the Pledge was a "non-inclusionary act," excluding atheists, agnostics, and adherents of many religions because of the words "under God."
It seems even 10 years after the FRC shooting on August 15, the Southern Poverty Law Center's dangerous lies about mainstream Christian organizations, like FRC and ADF, still persist.
Most people would agree that transparency in government is a good thing, so it was perplexing to see U.S. senators and representatives vote against amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would have provided for more transparency at schools for children of U.S. military members.