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Georgia expert says slight drop in rise in consumer prices isn't a 'sustainable trend'

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The Georgia Square:  The slight drop in the rise of consumer prices may only be a momentary bit of relief as federal policy could make matters worse, a Georgia nonprofit said. On Wednesday, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers Increased 8.5% over the past 12 months. That is down from a 9.1% year-over-year increase in…

Rep. Loudermilk, Pompeo, DeSantis Respond to FBI Raid at Trump’s Mar-a-Largo Home

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NTD:  Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and other GOP leaders have responded to an FBI search of the 45th President’s Florida Mar-a-Lago home after former president Donald Trump said it was “currently under siege, raided, and occupied” on Aug. 8. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) also said on Twitter that the FBI raid on Trump’s home was “unprecedented and highly concerning,”…

Dems Poised To Make IRS Larger Than Pentagon, State Department, FBI, and Border Patrol Combined

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The Washington Free Beacon: If Democrats have their way, one of the most detested federal agencies—the Internal Revenue Service—will employ more bureaucrats than the Pentagon, State Department, FBI, and Border Patrol combined. Under the Inflation Reduction Act negotiated by Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.), the agency would receive $80 billion in funding to hire as many as 87,000…

Washington Times: The truths the Jan. 6 committee will never uncover

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Washington Times:  Congressional investigations are designed to root out the waste, fraud and abuse of taxpayer dollars as well as provide transparency on important issues for the American people. And there’s widespread agreement that the most effective oversight committees in history have been honest, bipartisan and fair. By now the American people know that the House Jan. 6…

Washington Times: Democrats put in ‘awkward position’ as Stephen Colbert staffers charged with illegal entry

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Washington Times:  The Stephen Colbert producers and staffers arrested for trespassing at a House office building haven’t done any favors for Democrats stoking outrage over the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Seven people working for “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” were arrested and charged with unlawful entry after being caught unescorted at about 8:30 p.m. Thursday by Capitol…

Rome News-Tribune: Congressmen give tours, it’s what they do

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Rome News-Tribune:  We’ve known Rep. Barry Loudermilk for quite a while, and his character doesn’t speak to the accusations coming from the U.S. House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol. We appreciate the tough work that committee is doing to investigate the incidents leading to the insurrection attempt, but they missed the mark on this…

Rep. Loudermilk Reacts to Capitol Police Clearing Him and 1/6 Continued Smear Campaign

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Below are articles and interviews of Rep. Loudermilk reacting to the Capitol Police clearing him of any wrongdoing on Jan. 5, 2021.  - To read the letter from the U.S. Capitol Police clearing Rep. Loudermilk of any wrongdoing, to read, CLICK HERE - Rep. Loudermilk interview on Newsmax, to watch, CLICK HERE - Associated Press: Police: Republican’s tour of Capitol…

The Blaze: Capitol Police chief debunks key accusation that Democrats made against Republicans regarding January 6

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The Blaze:  The Capitol Police debunked a serious accusation that Democrats have lodged against House Republicans. What is the accusation? Democrats have repeatedly claimed that Republican lawmakers led "reconnaissance" tours through the United States Capitol Complex the day before the riot on Jan. 6, 2021. Republicans, however, deny that such tours took place. The House…

Law & Crime: Georgia Republican Releases Audio of Alleged Threats Against Him After What He Calls Reconnaissance ‘Smears’ by Jan. 6 Committee

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Law & Crime:  Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) released audio of apparent death threats against him after the Jan. 6 Committee circulated what he described as “smears” suggesting that he led a reconnaissance tour for constituents the day before the attack on the U.S. Capitol. “Hey, insurrectionists don’t have a long life span,” one of the callers can be heard…

RedState: January 6th Committee Goes Full BlueAnon in Slanderous Attack on GOP Congressman

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RedState:  The January 6th committee continues to promise filet mignon. They keep delivering beef bottom round. As RedState has chronicled, with the first two hearings in the book, including a two-hour primetime special, there has been no evidence provided that Donald Trump organized and coordinated an “insurrection” to stop the peaceful transfer of power following the 2020…