What You Need to Know is the Speaker, no rules, and C-SPAN. The four-plus days of fighting over who would be the new House Speaker was excellent! The incoming rules package is a product of the compromise we watched in real-time on the house floor last week thanks to C-SPAN’s awesome coverage. The new rules are going to be better for the American people, and they ought to permanently include more camera angles than Pelosi did!
Cheryl Chumley, author and online opinion editor for The Washington Times, talks about her recent trip to the Holy Land and goes in depth for us to one of her recent columns, “Social credits, digital passports and other coming totalitarian evils.” This social credit system will be sneaky in coming through something people really want. It comes, Cheryl warns, in the name of some so-called good. Check out her books and visit her website CherylChumley.com.
Bill Pascoe, spokesman and “Man In Washington” for the Tea Party Patriots, discusses the GOP House and the new rules package that’s getting passed today. What happens now with the razor-thin GOP majority after last week’s Speaker debate? Bill sheds light on all of this and what the next two years will look like in the U.S. House of Representatives. Find more of his work at TeaPartyPatriots.org.
Wrap Up: New House committee chairman are being picked and the new Ways and Means Chairman is Congressman Jason Smith (MO-8). He’s a pretty solid conservative guy who will now serve as the frontline of the GOP House’s attempt to gut the new 87,000 Biden IRS agents of their funding. Good luck to him!