Rep. Nelson Legislative Update

  MARCH 5, 2021 Hello from the State Capitol, What’s going to happen now that the state has a $1.6 billion budget surplus? It’s a question I’ve heard frequently during this past week. And it’s a reasonable question since Minnesota must set a new two-year budget before we adjourn session for the year, and that […]

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Legislative Update from Rep. Sondra Erickson

March 5, 2021 Dear Neighbors, Last week, Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) released the February budget forecast. State economists reported that Minnesota now has a $1.6 billion projected budget surplus for the upcoming 2022-23 budget cycle. In November, these same economists were projecting a nearly $1.3 billion deficit. According to MMB, the nearly $3 billion […]

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Legislative Update from Rep. Brian Johnson

Last Friday, Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) released their February economic forecast, showing a projected $1.6 billion surplus for the next biennium, up from a more than $1 billion deficit projected in our last forecast. In spite of this large surplus, Democrats continue to push for massive tax hikes on Minnesotans at all income levels. A large […]

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Economic Trends – February 2021

Good economic information from Professor Ernie Goss. Recent Dumb Economic Moves Despite approval by the Obama Administration’s State Department, the Biden Administration killed the Keystone XL pipeline by Executive Order. Apparently, the Biden Administration wants greater infrastructure, but only U.S. taxpayer funded infrastructure. His decision kills high wage jobs that contribute to a cleaner environment […]

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Sharing: The Federalist Daily Briefing for 02/19/2021

Your daily update of new content from The Federalist Be lovers of freedom and anxious for the fray 02/19/2021 How Cancel Culture Is Empowering Alternatives To Corrupt Legacy Institutions Emily Jashinsky Cancel culture is empowering a new infrastructure that will challenge the dominance of legacy cultural institutions. Biden Administration’s Obvious Politics-Playing On Opening Schools Is […]

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Sharing the Watchdog Weekly Email Update, February 12, 2021

Watchdog Weekly Email Update February 12, 2021 Quote of the Week: "The not-guilty vote is growing after today. I think most Republicans found the presentation by the House managers offensive and absurd. We all know what happened at the Capitol was terrible. I hope everybody involved that broke into the Capitol goes to jail, but […]

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Biden’s List of “Accomplishments”

Sharing News from the Catholic Vote Good info and commentary even if you are not Catholic Our national nightmare is one week old. And “devout” Joe Biden is celebrating with more child-killing. The president today is expected to announce his repeal of the Mexico City Policy — an important protection first put in place by […]

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Impeachment Mania! Students Facing Trials Or Removals

Impeachment Mania Hits Universities: Students Are Facing Trials Or Removals Over Political Views by jonathanturley In his dissent in Olmstead v. United States, 277 U.S. 438 (1928), Justice Louis Brandeis famously wrote that "Our government is the potent, the omnipresent teacher. For good or for ill, it teaches the whole people by its example." While […]

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President Trump’s approval rating solid despite fierce attacks

A REALLY great, short interview that puts things in perspective for all of us….outside of the bubble of Washington and the mainstream media what Americans are thinking. OAN interview with Pollster John McLaughin reports only 1/4 of Americans favor impeachment, 3/4 think there are more important issues to deal with. In a poll by Frank […]

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WAKE UP AMERICA

Scary, but in the end – inspiring.  WAKE UP AMERICA AMERICANS ARE MORE THAN REPUBLICANS OR DEMOCRATS.  THIS IS ABOUT SAVING OUR COUNTRY.

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