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The Post-9/11 Cycle of Cynicism

by: Michelle Malkin/ The Conservative Insider  Remember. Forget. Repeat. For 17 years, America has engaged in a collective ritual every Sept. 11: Hang ...

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Comedian Mocks Kavanaugh’s Accuser: ‘Who Paying You, Is it CNN?;’ ‘I Won’t Tell Nobody’

By Craig Bannister |cnsnews Conservative Comedian Terrence K. Williams (Screenshot) “You can talk to me,” comedian Terrence K. Williams jokes in a video mocking ...

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Leftists Are Killing Sex and Gender

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Two of Kavanaugh’s Ex-Girlfriends Defend His Character

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The Accusations Against Judge Kavanaugh Are a Joke

                 By Warner Todd Huston /Constitution In an 11th hour bid to destroying the reputation and ...

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Is the accusation against Kavanaugh the culmination of a set-up from 2012? *UPDATED*

BY BOOKWORM ROOM A 2012 New Yorker piece naming Kavanaugh as a potential Romney pick for the Supremes may provide the genesis for ...

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The bad boy Brett baloney

By Joan Swirsky from Renew America Judge Brett Kavanaugh has always been in the crosshairs of the left, ever since he ...

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Rep. Smucker’s E-Update


Preparing Workers for the 21st Century Economy

I believe one of the best ways to lift people out of poverty and provide more opportunity is to connect them with a good-paying, family-sustaining job. When I was operating a small construction company for 25 years, I saw the skills gap firsthand. There were times when we couldn’t expand our business and create jobs because skilled workers were simply unavailable.

That’s why I introduced the USA Workforce Tax Credit Act  legislation establishing a new federal tax credit that will encourage charitable donations for community-based apprenticeship programs, career and technical education, workforce development, and education preparedness. I was glad to participate in a panel discussion recently (pictured above) that included Corporal Jeffrey Cleland (pictured right), a retired Marine and the current director of the George W. Bush Institute’s Military Service Institute. He shared with the group the importance of workforce development programs for veterans, and how they can help in the transition back to civilian life.

You can read more about this new legislation here. And if you have any input you’d like to share with me about how we can close the skills gap, feel free to email me here.

Bipartisan Effort to Combat the Opioid Epidemic


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