The House Democrats’ aggressive legislative and political agenda is rearing its ugly head again. Last year the House passed a resolution removing the seven-year ratification deadline from the Equal Rights Amendment, instead of the proper process of ratification from the beginning. With their new majorities in the House and Senate, they are doubling down on their efforts to “ratify” the ERA by jamming the resolution through the Lower Chamber yet again.

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House Democrats are continuing their rampage of stripping Americans of their rights by passing two gun control bills this week. In February on the anniversary of the Parkland school shooting, President Biden made gun control a priority by saying:

“This Administration will not wait for the next mass shooting to heed that call. We will take action to end our epidemic of gun violence and make our schools and communities safer.

However, these bills are being used as part of a false narrative of creating safer spaces.

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Mitch McConnell has served longer than any Senate Republican leader in history -- so it's safe to say he's seen some bad bills. There've been doozies like Obamacare, the Green New Deal, the Equality Act -- legislation to open the borders, ban homeschooling, and Medicaid for All. But nothing, McConnell insists, comes close to HR 1. In his opinion, the Democrats' federal takeover of elections is the most dangerous proposal of all. In 36 years, Mitch declared, "This is the worst bill I've observed in my time in the Senate."

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It's usually an administration's cabinet nominations that get the most attention -- but two senators are making the case that Joe Biden's deputy picks may be the most controversial of the bunch. Is the president trying to slip in his most radical nominees under Americans' noses? And just how much power do the seconds-in-command at HHS and the State Department have over abortion and transgender policy? Too much, Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) warn.

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As a senator, Joe Biden wrote an op-ed called “How I Learned to Love the New World Order.” Now, as president, he is showing his love for the NWO and his hatred for the Constitution he has sworn to defend.

On April 23, 1992, the Wall Street Journal published an op-ed from then-Senator Joe Biden entitled “How I Learned to Love the New World Order.” In that piece, Biden extolled “collective security” through the United Nations and called for arming the UN with a “permanent commitment of forces for use by the Security Council.” “Why not breathe life into the U.N. Charter?” Biden asked, not mentioning that the same life-breathing action for the UN Charter would mean toxic death for the U.S. Constitution, which he has taken an oath (repeatedly) to uphold and defend. Not to mention that it would also be the death knell for American sovereignty, independence — and freedom.

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Alton, IL – D.C. federal district court judge Rudolf Contreras, an Obama appointee, put yet another nail in the coffin of the long-dead Equal Rights Amendment.

Contreras held that Congress acted within its power when it imposed a seven-year deadline for ratification when the Amendment passed in 1972. In so ruling, Contreras has derailed ERA advocates’ recent effort to revive the Amendment. “The Court will not pull the rug out from under Congress’s long-accepted practice of declaring ratification conditions in a proposing resolution’s preamble based on a technicality,” wrote Contreras.

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Joe Biden said he wanted to meet Republicans halfway on COVID relief. If that's the case, Senator John Kennedy (R-La.) fired back, he's a darn poor judge of distance. "This bill is dreadful," he vented. "It's an orgy of pork... The only way I know how to improve it is with a shredder."

Of course, the American people wouldn't know how awful the $1.9 trillion dollar money pit is because it's had no hearings, no committee debate, no "overt party discussions," Senator Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) reminded everyone on "Washington Watch" Wednesday. The media friends of Biden would have covered it favorable as it was, but now, they're not even covering much at all. Our job, Republicans have said, is to expose the bill for what it is.

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