Saturday, July 30, 2022

House Dems Address Economic Recession By Declaring War on Modern Sporting Rifles
Matt Vespa / Townhall Tipsheet
It seemed like the Uvalde shooting was no longer a cause for action for Democrats. They were struggling to get the votes for a new assault weapons ban. After weeks of demanding something be done in the wake of that awful shooting, it looked like the Democrats were resigned to defeat. Why? Well, the last ounces of political exploitation over this tragedy got milked. Democrats face destruction in the 2022 midterms. We’re in a recession. It’s time for Democrats to start stacking sandbags. Even more pathetic is that at the time, the two wings of the Democratic Party couldn’t compromise on this anti-gun provision and funding for more police (via The Reload):
There will not be a House vote on the “assault weapons” ban this month.

Democrats failed to come to a compromise on how to move forward with both the ban and a police funding initiative on Wednesday. Instead of being scheduled for a vote by the end of this week, they have pushed both bills past the August recess. Read more here.

Small business groups rip Manchin, Schumer deal: 'Misery for many more Americans'
The Inflation Reduction Act will 'hurt local economies and workers,' Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council President Karen Kerrigan tells FOX Business
Groups representing small business interests slammed a deal announced Wednesday by Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., saying it would increase inflation and hurt employment. 

The groups argued that the agreement, titled the Inflation Reduction Act, will increase pressure on small businesses that have already struggled to stay afloat amid record-high prices and slowing economic growth. 

The legislation was unveiled after weeks of negotiations between Manchin and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., who said it would guarantee corporations and the wealthy "pay their fair share." 

"We all know that taxes roll downhill," Alfredo Ortiz, president of the Job Creators Network, told FOX Business in an interview. "So, it's either going to be an increase in cost and, ultimately, in prices to the consumer, which is inflationary, or it's going to be a job killer. At the end of the day, you have a few levers to pull." Read more and see videos here.

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