Harmful Language Alert?!?
What to know: The National Archives put a “Harmful Language Alert” above the U.S. Constitution’s digital display. “In the past, the National Archives has not had standards or policies to help archivists avoid harmful language,” it explains.
The TPPF take: No, the Constitution is not “harmful language.”
“This clearly shows the Constitution is very much under attack now from the left,” says TPPF’s Kevin Roberts. “That’s because the left knows if this great nation is going to be turned around, the pivot point will be the U.S. Constitution.”
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What to know: It turns out that OSHA will have a tough time enforcing President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate on businesses—and may have to resort to simply publicly shaming them.
The TPPF take: Businesses should resist this unconstitutional overreach and refuse to comply with the vaccine mandate.
“The president has neither the authority nor justification for the mandate on large employers,” says TPPF’s Robert Henneke. “TPPF encourages individuals, business owners and everyone who believes in fundamental liberties to stand up for your rights, and stand against this authoritarian action by the federal government.”
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Mississippi Moves Forward
What to know: Mississippi lawmakers are considering criminal justice reforms that will make the state safer while reducing recidivism.
The TPPF take: It’s not enough just to be tough on crime.
“Government services, including public safety, must be evaluated on results and lowest cost,” says TPPF’s Scott Peyton. “Mississippi is heading in the right direction and legislative hearings on reentry are a critical first step.”
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