Joining Leader McCarthy were Representatives Drew Ferguson (GA-03), Andrew Clyde (GA-09) Tom Emmer (MN-06), Ashley Hinson (IA-01), and Mike Kelly (PA-16). They were joined by Eric Bruen, the President and CEO of Desert Valleys Federal Credit Union and Warren Hudak, the President of Hudak and Company.  At the end of their discussion, three takeaways were clear: First: The IRS cannot be trusted with your information. Rep. Ferguson: “This is about control. It’s about them looking into your bank accounts, looking at what you are doing and what you are spending money on. What happens if the party in power doesn’t like that you gave to a particular organization or that you purchase something like a firearm that goes against their ideology. This kind of surveillance is wrong.” Rep. Emmer: “The IRS gets 1.4 billion cyberattacks per year. They’ve already been compromised.

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Tuesday’s vote means workers will remain on strike in the hopes of securing a better deal. The raises in the latest agreement were twice as big as the ones in the original offer United Auto Workers union members rejected last month, but those raises and improved benefits weren’t enough to end the strike that began on Oct. 14. The new agreement also would have preserved a pension option for new employees and maintained workers’ no-premium health insurance coverage. The disputed contract covers more than 10,000 Deere workers at 14 of Deere's facilities in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Colorado and Georgia. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press.

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A pedestrian walks past a line of Canadian travelers in their passenger cars or motor homes on the Rainbow Bridge at Niagara Falls in the early hours of November 8, 2021. Many Canadians with family members living in the U.S. say they aren’t lining up to cross just yet, thanks in part to Canada’s requirement that they get a costly COVID-19 test in order to return home. New York congressman Brian Higgins will join today with mayors and community leaders from both sides of the Canada-U.S. border to urge the federal government in Ottawa to abandon the rule. Canada’s chief medical officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, said last week that the government is well aware of the complaints about the test requirement and that it is under review. The U.S. is not requiring foreign nationals who are visiting by land to show proof of a negative test, but that won’t matter much until Canada does away with the rule as well, critics say. The Canada Border Services Agency issued a statement last week reminding would-be travellers that proof of a negative test, taken no more than 72 hours before travel, is required to re-enter Canada, along with proof of vaccination. Not only is the expense discouraging people from travelling, it’s a self-defeating measure that does little to improve public safety, said Perrin Beatty, a former federal cabinet minister who now serves as CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

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On the security front, tensions are more glaring. Faced with China’s assertive pressure in the region, Japan has called on Australia to help lead resistance both directly and as part of the Quad with the US and India. Australia and Japan have also come to share similar stance s and have taken a series of domestic countermeasures under the name of national security. Both countries have excluded Chinese telecommunication firms from their 5G networks. Japan’s newly enacted land restriction law and Australia’s tightening investment screening are in the same line. Australia’s experience over the NT government’s 99-year-lease of the Port of Darwin to a Chinese firm which is now under review provides a useful lesson. While a similar situation is unlikely to happen in Japan, Tokyo can usefully draw upon its lessons. Last and most importantly, the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the threat landscape across the globe. Australia and Japan have been among the front-runners in managing the health crisis, taking hardline approaches to border control that few other countries have taken. Australia made the most of being an island ‘ fortress ’ and implemented a series of ad hoc lockdowns, while some crowded parts of Japan were subject to constant strict measures, even during the Tokyo Olympics. Australia is now bracing for the expected rise in cases that reopening its borders to international travellers will bring.

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