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Rep. Madison Cawthorn: 'Donument Act,' making the border wall a national monument
Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) has introduced the "Donument Act" in the House, "think 'Donald' plus 'monument.' And this would make the existing border wall, that's on our southern border now, into a national monument. So that would mean that the Democrats can never tear it down, no matter how politicized the event gets, because that's just illegal, then."
Tennessee secretary of state says Democrat bill would 'eviscerate' election security
HR-1 would “eviscerate” election security in Tennessee, says TN Secretary of State Tre Hargett
Securing Our Elections: The Grassroots Battle for Easy, Safe Voting
Heritage Action for America and Just the News presents Securing Our Elections: The Grassroots Battle for Easy, Safe Voting special report looks at election integrity with Gov. Brian Kemp (R-GA), Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson (R-NC), Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN), Phill Kline, and Jessica Anderson.
Ashley Rindsberg: How the repeated misreporting of the New York Times has influenced American foreign policy
Ashley Rindsberg, author of "The Gray Lady Winked: How the New York Times' Misreporting, Fabrications and Distortions Radically Alter History," discusses the major stories that the New York Times has misreported on or fabricated and their significant influence on American foreign policy and the political narrative.
Amy Wilhite: How to 'shop your values,' spend money on businesses you agree with
Amy Wilhite, Executive Director at 2ndVote, explains how 2ndVote scores companies based on their values so that consumers can make informed purchasing decisions and vote with their wallet.
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis: America's northern border is closed for COVID while southern border is open
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY) says that while the U.S.-Canada border is closed to non-essential travel because of COVID-19, the U.S.-Mexico border is open with 175,000 illegal immigrants crossing in March, less than 10 percent of which have legitimate asylum claims.