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Governors from the Southwestern United States are pursuing stronger business ties with Taiwan
Trade missions took New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and Arizona counterpart Katie Hobbs to the self-governing island of Taiwan. At a recent business conference in Taipei, Lujan Grisham urged entrepreneurs and leaders to consider investment opportunities in her home state, touting a workforce with access to subsidized child care and tuition-free college. Hobbs said her goal was to encourage ongoing investments to make Arizona a hub for semiconductor manufacturing…JH reporting.
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Greg Clugston SRN News White House correspondentView More »
Donald Trump is feeling the heat after calling Florida’s six-week abortion ban a “terrible mistake.” Trump has called himself “the most pro-life president in American history,” but pro-life leaders and rival GOP candidates are criticizing his recent abortion comments. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds tweeted that it’s never a “terrible thing” to protect innocent life.” SBA Pro-Life America said anything later than a 15-week abortion ban “makes no sense.” And the president of Students for Life Action sent an open letter to Trump, declaring “the pro-life vote is up for grabs.”Listen Download
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Bob Agnew SRN News U.S. Senate correspondentView More »
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer [D-NY] is laying the groundwork to blame House Republicans for an expected government shutdown at the end of the month. In a letter to his Democrat colleagues Schumer writes that any shutdown will be the result f what he calls “political games” by House Republicans. Fiscal House conservatives are demanding 2024 spending cuts deeper than those already agreed to by Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and the white house. And they’ve vowed not to budge, even if the budget stalemate leads to a shutdown at the end of September. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell has said the senate GOP will not support House bills demanding the deeper than agreed upon cuts.Listen Download
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Bernie Bennett SRN News U.S. House correspondentView More »
The former President is kicking off his 2024 campaign with two stops along the East Coast. More from Correspondent Bernie Bennett.
Former President Donald Trump kicked off his 2024 White House bid with a stop Saturday in New Hampshire before heading to South Carolina, appearances in early-voting states marking the first campaign events since announcing his latest run more than two months ago.
Those states hold two of the party’s first three nominating contests, giving them enormous power in selecting the nominee.
Mr. Trump and his allies hope the events will offer a show of force behind the former president after a sluggish start to his campaign. In recent weeks, his backers have reached out to political operatives and elected officials to secure support for Mr. Trump at a critical point when other Republicans are preparing their own expected challenges.
Bernie Bennett reporting.Listen Download
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Michael Harrington SRN News religion desk editorView More »
A new poll provides insight into non-Christians and their beliefs about God
VERBATIM: It comes from the Barna Group and it reveals that amongst non-believers in this country, 58% have faith in some kind of higher power. Only 21% of non-Christians state categorically that there is NO God. In fact, nearly 30% agree with the statement that God is “the all-powerful, all-knowing perfect creator of the universe who rules the world today.” Barna researchers say the number indicate that many non-believers would be open to the gospel. Michael Harrington, SRN News.
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