A new Syracuse University research group assessment reiterates concerns that the 87,000 more IRS officers financed by House Democrats and President Joe Biden will disproportionately target low-income taxpayers.
On Friday, the 23rd of December, President Joe Biden signed a short-term measure to keep the government running until the approaching $1.7 trillion budget plan is passed.
This new, short-term bill pushes the deadline for financing to the 30th of December, providing the White House with some breathing room while President Biden prepares to sign the far more expensive funding plan in the following week.
Senate Democrats push ahead with their spending plans while talks stall. GOP critics claim the package includes large hikes for the IRS and other non-defense agencies. A top Senate Democrat stated that his party intends to introduce an omnibus spending bill on Monday to press Republicans into accepting a deal or risking an alternative that would freeze government spending for the entire year and prevent reallocating funds to military and other programs.
To get support for their plan in the incoming Republican-led House, the Center for Renewing America, which the former Trump administration officials run, published a budget plan on Wednesday.
The blueprint stated that America could not be saved unless the existing agenda of a ‘woke’ and ‘weaponized’ government were broken because those are our nation’s primary and most pressing threat; therefore, politicians must stand tall to defeat it.
As Democrats rush to force a vote before the end of the year, Republicans are fighting back against the inclusion of “woke” military policies within the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the annual defense policy bill. They also intend to work to include provisions that counter “wild” Biden administration policies.