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THE CANNON



Your Weekly Blast of Infotainment


Happy Weekend! Our social media content this week reached nearly 23 million people! We combated the Left's message and drove the conversation on the biggest headlines.


Remember...as you read this CANNON and all future editions, don't get angry. Get determined. Each meme is a Call to Action (CTA) for America. We must stand up and call out the absurdity of the Left - NEVER GIVE THE LEFT A FREE DAY!


 

💰 Biden's Generosity... with Your Money

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in Biden v. Nebraska, a case in which states are challenging the Biden administration's attempt to cancel up to $20,000 of student debt per borrower. While the ruling likely won't be released until around June, it has reignited the debate on the issue. While the Left supports the program that was a staple campaign promise for many of their candidates in the midterms, Republicans say that the vote-buying scheme is not only unfair, it's unconstitutional. This is just another piece of the puzzle in the administration's work to remove financial responsibility from the individual and create a population dependent on the government.






🗞️ Rest Easy, Chicago: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot was defeated in her reelection bid this week. Voters were finally vocal about their dislike of her terrible policies, but Lightfoot blames other causes for her loss... read more in this blog.

To hear more from us on other topics, listen and read here. 🕚 And More CTAs...












👀 What's Ahead Next Week: Congress passed HJ Res 30 - a bill to ban Biden's attempt to encourage investment managers to prioritize ESG (environmental, social, and corporate governance) goals. While it looks like Biden will veto this bill, the fight still is not over. Keep your eyes on this bill and get more details here on How Biden is Coming After Your Retirement.

 

The Left doesn't stop, so neither do we! NEVER GIVE THE LEFT A FREE DAY!

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