Tennessee’s Average Tax Refund Ranks As The 19th Highest Among All 50 States And Is Lower Than The Average Refund Amount Of $3,709 Nationwide. This Figure Includes Not Just Personal Income Tax Returns, But Also Corporate Taxes, Estate Taxes, And More.
- Home-Schooling More Than Doubled In 2020, Higher In Some Regions
Faced With Ongoing State Lockdowns And Changing School Restrictions Last Year, Frustrated Parents Increasingly Pulled Their Children Out Of Public Schools Nationwide And Found Other Educational Options For Their Children, One Of Which Was Home-Schooling.
- Red States Leading U.S. Economic Growth
Red States Are Leading Economic Growth In The U.S., A New Report by The U. S. Commerce Department Shows, With South Dakota, Texas And Utah Reporting The Highest Growth.
- Senator Ted Cruz Tweets Photos, Post Videos Of Border Situation
Senator Ted Cruz Tweeted Photos And Videos Of The Conditions At The Federal Facilities Where Illegal Immigrants Are Being Held.
- Petroleum Association of Wyoming Joins Lawsuit Challenging Biden’s Federal Oil Lease Ban
The Petroleum Association Of Wyoming (PAW) Has Signed On As A Joint Petitioner In A Lawsuit To Fight President Joe Biden’s Executive Order Halting New Federal Land Leases For Oil And Gas Drilling.
- Democratic Groups Promote Biden Relief Package To Bolster 2022 Chances
After Biden Signed His $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Into Law On March 11, A Host Of Left-leaning Groups Launched Ad Campaigns Promoting His Legislative Efforts In Hopes Of Locking In A Sweeping Victory For Democrats In 2022.
- 861 Criminals, 92 Sex Offenders Encountered At Texas Border In Past Few Days
More Than 850 Criminals Have Been Encountered At The U.S. Border With Mexico This Year, Including 92 Sex Offenders And 63 Gang Members, A U.S. Border Patrol Agent Tweeted This Weekend.
- Poll Finds Support For Activist Government
A Recent RealClear Opinion Research Poll Results Show A Majority Of Americans Are Simpatico With Biden’s First 100 Days Legislation, But The Support Is Deeply Divided Along Party Lines.
- Voting Rights: Deep Philosophical Divide Underpins Policy Gulf
Republican Sen. Graham said, “They (Democrats) use the racism card to advance the liberalism agenda. H.R. 1 is sick, not what they’re doing in Georgia.”
- Landlords Struggle Under Extended CDC Eviction Ban
Landlords Are Struggling After The U.S. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (CDC) Extended A National Ban On Certain Evictions Apparently To Slow The Spread Of COVID-19. The CDC Extended The Moratorium, First Enacted In Sept. 2020, Through June 30.
- Texas Governor Demands Biden Administration Answer Questions About Border Crisis
Following Kamala Harris being appointed by Biden to oversee the Border Crisis, Texas Governor Greg Abbott sent her a letter asking her to answer questions about how the federal government is responding to the Crisis.