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JOE BIDEN

Stauber’s accusations about Biden and the Keystone XL project and oil permits are just two examples of what I feel are fabrications and inaccuracies in Stauber’s mailings.
From the column: "National media outlets and some (not all) journalists made a sport of poking former President Donald Trump as a way of trolling him. ... The problem for them is when they excuse Biden’s follies."
The justification for a contractor contribution ban is that public officials might be tempted to trade contracts for favors — and, too often, they do.
Americans witnessed firsthand the fallacies of government self-control.

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Driven by drought and wind, the fire has destroyed hundreds of homes in mountains northeast of Santa Fe since two controlled burns by the U.S. Forest Service went out of control in April.
From the column: "If we sign the deal currently under consideration, we would fill the Iranian regime’s coffers and unleash its terror battalions in exchange for empty assurances on nuclear weapons that the Iranians will never honor. We know Iran won’t honor this nuclear deal because it didn’t honor it last time."
Trump, who left office in January 2021, wanted to change the color scheme to red, white and blue.
From the editorial: "Many see the war in Ukraine as a proxy fight between Moscow and Washington, one where they have little at stake. The remedy is to frame the conflict not as punishing Russia and its autocratic leader but as aiding Ukraine's fight for self-determination."
Biden's plan to unveil a package to spur recovery in Latin America, help stem immigration and counter China's growing regional economic clout has been marred by Washington's decision to exclude Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua from the summit.
The Biden administration seems to be intentionally jacking up gas prices with half the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska now off the table for oil drilling and the Offshore Drilling Plan for Alaska’s Cook Inlet now canceled.

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Police removed school barricades on Monday, allowing public access on the Memorial Day federal holiday to a makeshift memorial with scores of teddy bears and hundreds of bouquets fading in the Texas heat.
From the column: "Increasing domestic production of minerals will help ensure our energy and minerals security. However, without a properly educated workforce, it will be difficult to reach our goals."
The White House plan would apply to Americans who earned less than $150,000 in the previous year, or less than $300,000 for married couples filing jointly.

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