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Is providing blanket amnesty to over 8 million illegal immigrants infrastructure? If you ask Democrats, the answer is yes.
President Biden promised Americans that he would defeat COVID-19 and help our economy move past the pandemic, but his approach has left much to be desired. Up until now, the President’s solution has been to throw trillions of taxpayer dollars at any COVID-related problem he encounters. His newest approach though is the boldest thus far.
Education undoubtedly plays a foundational role in a student’s early years. The success of this education depends on the cooperative relationship between teachers and parents in order to achieve the best outcome for the student. Where there is cooperation, however, there must be transparency.
Unelected bureaucrats in Washington, D.C. often do not receive the scrutiny that they deserve. These Federal workers occupy influential posts in government agencies—like the Department of Labor or the Department of Health and Human Services—and dictate more policy than many in the public realize.
Things are on the upswing in America. States are ending their COVID-19-related mandates, the CDC has announced vaccinated individuals can return to their normal pre-pandemic life, and businesses are looking to open their doors and return to full operations. There is just one problem: President Biden is paying workers to stay home.
As tensions with China continue to rise, it is critical that the Biden Administration continue to treat China as an adversary rather than a partner. Earlier this year, on March 27, Iran and China signed a $400 billion, 25-year strategic cooperation agreement to cement a political and economic partnership between the two countries for years to come.
Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic swept our nation from coast to coast, claiming lives, shuttering businesses, schools, churches, and everything in between. Wisconsin was no exception. Prolonged school closures have resulted in a crisis of skyrocketing failure rates across Wisconsin and countless stories about students struggling with their mental health.