The mandate, which is expected to affect as many as 100 million Americans in an array of fields, including health care, directly impacts the private sector.
“This is absolutely unconstitutional,” Reps. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., wrote in a tweet, attaching a link to the news.
“Mandates are not the answer,” Reps. Neal Dunn, R-Fla., dijo en respuesta. “Getting the vaccine should be up to you and your doctor — not the federal government.”
“Todos 9 million federal employees should consult with their doctor and make a personal, informed decision about taking the vaccine,” wrote Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo. “En lugar de, Sleepy Joe says take it or else. … You don’t lead by coercion. Biden has failed as a leader in every way.”
“This is unconstitutional,” said Rep. Robert Aderholt, R-Ala. “Los Estados Unidos. Constitution does not give the President this type of authority. No where in Article 2 of the Constitution will you find anything that even remotely gives the President this kind of power.” HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA OBTENER MÁS INFORMACIÓN SOBRE NUESTRA PRINCIPAL HISTORIA.
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– California professor demanda over vaccine mandate, says he has natural immunity
– RNC to sue Biden admin over vaccine mandates
– Biden plan for forced vaccinations doesn’t include illegal immigrants
– Biden declares sweeping new vaccine mandate: ‘This is not about freedom’
– Biden declares war on DeSantis and Abbott: ‘Get them out of the way’
9/11 education should ‘avoid placing blame,’ leave out ‘gruesome’ detalles, college students say
9/11 education should “avoid placing blame” and leave out the “gruesome details” of that fateful day so as to prevent extreme nationalism, some college students say.
Students from the University of Florida spoke with Campus Reform recently to share their opinions on how 9/11 should be taught.
Among their suggestions was to avoid the discussion altogether of who was responsible for the terrorist attacks. Others said the idea of American exceptionalism shouldn’t be mentioned at all in lessons.
According to one student, American exceptionalism is “rooted in a lot of colonialist and imperialist notions of how we should treat other people.”
Another student suggested that a lot of young people who adopt the “dangerous mindset” of American exceptionalism risk growing up to be “extremists and really nationalistic.” HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA MÁS.
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– Biden to visit Nueva York, Pensilvania, the Pentagon on 9/11
– Zeldin: 20 Años después 9/11, ‘infuriating‘ that Taliban control Afghanistan again
– Bostón 9/11 display with American flags honoring victims vandalized
– ‘The Lost Calls of 9/11’ revela never-before-heard calls from one of the darkest days in US history
Bucs-Cowboys opener begins with Black national anthem
The Black national anthem was played ahead of the NFL’s first game of the season between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night.