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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk
  Video: Replay of Rep. Loudermilk June, 2015 Floor Speech 'Eternal Vigilance.' Still Relevant today

  Podcast: Rep. Loudermilk Discusses Jan. 6 committee and SCOTUS decisions with Alan Sanders  
  The Alan Sanders Show: 

Today’s bonus show is a conversation with US Congressman Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) from Georgia’s 11th Congressional district. The Congressman has been in the crosshairs of the January 6th Committee hearings since the beginning of 2022. In the midst of the run-ups to the primaries in Georgia, they put out a press release all but condemning the Congressman for hosting a reconnaissance tour of the Capitol on January 5, 2021.


In the News: S&P 500 wraps worst first half since 1970
  Fox Business:

Stocks wrapped up the worst first half in fifty years as the second quarter closed on Thursday with inflation at a 40-year high.

The S&P 500, the broadest measure of stocks, is down 20.6% this year the worst since 1970, as tracked by Dow Jones Market Data Group. That makes 2022 the fifth-worst half performance on record.

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In the News: Supreme Court restricts EPA’s authority to regulate power plant emissions
  New York Post:

The Supreme Court rolled back the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants Thursday, dealing a massive blow to the Biden administration’s plans to fight climate change.

The 6-3 decision overturned a lower court ruling that gave the federal agency virtually unlimited regulatory powers through the Clean Air Act.  

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In the News: Supreme Court hands First Amendment victory to praying football coach
  Washington Examiner:

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in a 6-3 opinion in favor of a former high school football coach who was fired from his job for his postgame prayers on the field.

Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote for the majority, arguing the fear of offending the Constitution's establishment clause does not require the government "to single out private religious speech for special disfavor. The Constitution and the best of our traditions counsel mutual respect and tolerance, not censorship and suppression, for religious and nonreligious views alike." 

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In the News: New York’s Noncitizen Voting Is Illegal
  Wall Street Journal:

Well, that was quick work. In December the New York City Council passed a law to let about 800,000 noncitizens vote in local elections. Mayor Eric Adams, man of action, neither signed nor vetoed the bill, allowing it to take effect. But on Monday a state judge declared it “illegal, null and void because it violates the New York Constitution.”

This was always a distinct possibility, as we warned at the time. The state constitution guarantees “every citizen” the right to vote, “provided that such citizen” is 18 years old and has lived in New York for 30 days. Another constitutional section promises a process “for ascertaining, by proper proofs, the citizens who shall be entitled to the right of suffrage.” 

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Rep. Loudermilk Supports Rigorous Oversight of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and Efforts to Ensure Title IX Funding is Used Appropriately
Letter to Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) – Rep. French Hill (R-AR)

-This letter urges the FHFA Director to conduct rigorous oversight of Fannie and Freddie and make sure they do not engage in mission creep.

Letter to Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack – Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC)

-Expresses deep opposition to recent proposals from the department suggesting that they may (mis)use title IX to withhold free and reduced meal funding from schools that fail to implement radical gender identity policies.

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