This week, the RNC, NRSC, and NRCC filed a joint FEC complaint on Google’s censorship of Republican fundraising emails. This complaint follows the publication of a non-partisan study by researchers at NC State, which found that Gmail, Google’s email platform, routed Republican emails to “spam” at a rate approximately 820% higher than similar Democrat fundraising appeals during the 2020 Election cycle.
‘Conservatives on social media slammed the Biden administration after it was announced that a “Disinformation Governance Board” is being established to combat “disinformation” in the 2022 midterms.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas testified Wednesday that a Disinformation Governance Board had recently been created, days after Tesla CEO Elon Musk purchased Twitter, to combat online disinformation and will be led by Undersecretary for Policy Rob Silvers and principal deputy general counsel Jennifer Gaskill.’
Interesting timing for the Biden administration to suddenly become so interested in ‘disinformation’ when of the primary routes for spreading their disinformation is being opened up to free speech.
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Please join us as we chat about the severe impacts of the United States’ citizenship-based taxation on overseas Americans and why pure RBT is the answer.
Please join John Richardson, Jim Gosart, and Kym Kettler-Paddock as we talk about every overseas American’s least favorite thing: citizenship-based taxation.
Hint: we want to get rid of it! Bring on pure Residence Based Taxation.
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Republicans Overseas stands for the full repeal of Citizenship Based Taxation and for the implementation of pure Residence Based Taxation. See below for a summary of our position.
Republicans Overseas decries the Biden regime’s plan to spy on Americans’ domestic bank accounts and report balances and transactions to the IRS. We have lived with this for a decade, and we know how bad it can be.
For over a week, the Hamas terrorist organization in control of the Gaza Strip has engaged in an unprovoked, massive missile attack against Israeli civilians located in southern and central Israel, including Israel’s capital, Jerusalem. Hamas has also sought to create civil unrest between Israel’s Jewish and Arab communities in urban centers where both have lived peacefully together for years.
There is compelling evidence that the missile attacks and the incitement campaign were carried out at the behest of or in coordination with Iran, the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism. In response, Israel has launched a powerful counterattack to destroy the extensive weapons manufacturing capacity and infrastructure built by Hamas. Hamas funded these tools of terror by diverting billions of dollars in foreign aid away from its own civilian population.
Regrettably, the Israeli counterattack, carried out in the defense of its citizens, has resulted in casualties among Gazan residents, many of whom were being exploited as human shields by Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorists. Some Gazans were killed or injured by Hamas missiles which failed to reach their targets in Israel. Many of the reported casualties in Gaza were actually Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorists.
Republicans Overseas strongly supports Israel’s right to defend itself against the cowardly terrorist attacks on its civilian population. The outbreak of hostilities in the Middle East has occurred during the Biden Administration’s foolish reversal of President Trump’s highly successful Middle East policies which resulted in unprecedented peace between Israel and many of her Arab neighbors (the “Abraham Accords”), while isolating Iran and eviscerating ISIS.
The Biden Administration has also restarted funding Palestinian and UN organizations in the region without requiring any positive change in their relations with Israel, thus sending exactly the wrong message which is in part responsible for the current outbreak of violence.
Even more absurd is the Biden Administration’s incessant effort to court favor with Iran by returning America to the JCPOA and providing millions of dollars to a regime dedicated to destroying Israel and America’s other loyal allies in the region. The Administration’s about-face has needlessly created an international and humanitarian crisis of enormous proportions. Like so many of the other crises engendered by President Biden in only four months in office, the Middle East crisis was totally avoidable and unnecessary.
Republicans Overseas calls upon the Biden Administration to reconsider its foolish and dangerous gambit in the Middle East; to abandon its financial and diplomatic support for Iran, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and other terrorist organizations; to return to the proven successful policies of the Trump Administration; and to demonstrate America’s unwavering commitment to prosperity and peace between Israel and her neighbors.
Read the PDF here: Statement on the Israeli-Gaza Conflict May 2021
On January 20, 2021, Former Vice President Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America.
We join President Trump in ‘praying for [the incoming administration’s] success in keeping America safe and prosperous’. We support the peaceful transfer of power that has always been a hallmark of American democracy.
Biden has stated that he wants to unify America and that he will be a President for all citizens. We call on President-Elect Biden to start fostering that unity by:
- Disavowing all political violence, especially that of Antifa and BLM;
- Rejecting the calls for ‘deprogramming’ of conservatives and the ‘re-education’ of conservatives’ children;
- Rejecting legislation that will classify conservatives as ‘domestic terrorists’, thereby treating his fellow law-abiding American citizens as if they were members of Al-Qaeda;
- Rejecting the leftist practices of blacklisting political opponents and seeking to oust them from jobs and communities; and
- Refraining from the politicization of our great military by requiring that military members swear an oath of allegiance to him and not to the country and Constitution.
President-Elect Biden must uphold the Constitutional rights of all citizens, including the 75 million Americans who voted for President Trump.
Lastly, we call on the leaders of both parties in the Senate to distance themselves from any attempt to try President Trump on the Article of Impeachment currently sitting in the House. Congress should focus on legislating for the benefit of all Americans at home and abroad.