Does Issue Polling Reveal Voting Patterns?

By Allan Wall, October 15, 2020 The presidential election is scheduled for November 3rd, with millions having already cast their ballots in early voting, and polls show Democrat challenger Joe Biden leading incumbent Republican Donald Trump. But much could occur between now and the election. Here at US Incorporated, we can’t endorse candidates, but we…

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Why are we still importing medicine from China?

By Dave Gibson, October 14, 2020 While most Americans were outraged to discover that the ingredients for nearly all of our drugs were manufactured in China, precious little has been done to remedy the issue, though that revelation came about in March 2020, seven months ago. On August 6, 2020, President Donald Trump signed an…

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MO Congressman: Detail 2020 Census Translation Costs

By Stephen D. Guschov, October 12, 2020 Rep. Sam Graves (R-MO) has sent a letter to Gene L. Dodaro, Comptroller General of the United States, at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (“GAO”), and Rep. Graves has asked Dodaro and the GAO to “issue a report detailing the costs associated with translation services provided through the…

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Importing Doctors Still Isn’t Necessary

By Jason Richwine, October 6, 2020 When the Covid-19 pandemic hit in full force last March, the expected spike in demand for healthcare workers raised fears of a shortage. In response, Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) proposed the Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act (S.3599), which would grant green cards (permanent residency) to 25,000 nurses and 15,000 doctors,…

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Immigration AWOL during Presidential Debate

By Dave Gibson, October 2, 2020 This past Tuesday night, we were all treated to the constant warnings and interruptions of moderator, Chris Wallace. Obviously, the Fox News personality, and at times, Joe Biden’s protector, should have been reminded, beforehand, that no one goes to a prize fight to watch the referee work, just as…

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Our Rule of Law Recedes

By John Vinson, October 1, 2020 The rule of law is one of the primary reasons for America’s success. It protects us from arbitrary state authority, and enables us to adjust our differences without violence. The rule of law promotes commerce and productivity by ensuring that people will reap the rewards of their labors without…

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