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A member of the House Agriculture Committee, Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL), has announced the introduction of the “Labor Certainty for Food Security Act” this week to solve America’s agricultural labor shortage. In a recent interview with Southeast AgNet, Congressman Yoho said there are hurdles in getting this passed.
When our Founding Fathers established this American Republic, a wise group insisted that our Constitution include the Bill of Rights to ensure that the federal government they created could not infringe on the natural rights of Americans. The First and Second Amendments protect speech and the right to bear arms, respectively.
The world is seeing the emergence of another health crisis originating in China. Exact details regarding the exposure, virulence and mortality rates of the disease remain unclear. The lack of transparency from Chinese officials has only worsened the spread of a virus that does not discriminate based on ethnicity, nationality or political beliefs.
As NASA dives into their Artemis program, Americans have begun to wonder what comes after the moon. Is it a stepping stone to other planets? And if so, what does human life on those planets look like? But if we as a species truly intend to travel to distant planets like Mars, there are some basic questions on procreation outside of Earth’s gravitational effect that must be answered.
The Chinese regime will have nothing to gain if it tries to forcibly unite Taiwan with the mainland, Rep. Ted Yoho (R-Fla.) said days after the island’s President Tsai Ing-wen was re-elected on a platform promoting a tougher stance against Beijing.
The arrogance and ignorance of Beijing are highlighted in recent comments by China’s Taiwan Affairs Office Minister Liu Jieyi (劉結一) as the People’s Republic of China (PRC) continues a policy of intimidation toward Taiwan ahead of the consequential elections on Saturday.
As Kim Jong-un continues his saber-rattling, threatening the American people with an unwelcome "Christmas gift," the United States needs to deliver the coal Kim rightfully deserves.
#1 President Donald Trump Monday announced new tariffs on Brazil and Argentina, citing harm to U.S. farmers. Trump says the tariffs on steel from Brazil and Argentina are in response to the “devaluation of their currencies.” Speaking to reporters on the White House lawn, President Trump stated, “Our steel companies will be very happy, and our farmers will be very happy.”
The Farm Workforce Modernization Act has the support of hundreds of agriculture groups but many, like the American Farm Bureau, say they'd like to see certain provisions changed.
Some of those issues may be addressed with a different piece of legislation. RFD-TV'S Corryn La Rue reports from Washington.