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Recent polling in the state of Kentucky revealed that a majority of residents disapprove of the job that Mitch McConnell is doing in DC. Mitch’s reelection in November implies that the change of opinion is due to something he’s done since election day.
Given everything that’s happened since November, most pundits point to Mitch McConnell’s political betrayal of Donald Trump as the tipping point for his constituents. Mitch essentially cast his lot with Democrats when it came time to deal with the Senate impeachment trial. He openly agreed with the left’s accusations of incitement against then-President Trump.
Many GOP members are going to learn a major lesson during the 2022 midterm elections. Trump may be out of office, but his supporters didn’t disappear. And anyone they deem as traitors to the MAGA cause will face a major backlash at home.
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You need to see this new trend
If you’re looking for the trends that could make you a millionaire next year, I’ve got the perfect place to start: Electric vehicles.
They were already scorching hot in 2021 – look what happened in just one month of action:
British EV bus maker CIIC climbed 119%…
Three-wheel EV pioneer SOLO soared 159%…
And EV charging-station operator BLNK surged 211%.
Not bad for one November!
But these results are nothing compared to what’s on the horizon…I’m already looking ahead towards the next generation of EV stocks – 11 companies that could soon launch into the stratosphere…
If you’ve been issued a parking ticket in Heber City, Utah, there’s an easy and charitable way to pay it off.
According to Heber City Police, the city will forgive a parking ticket in exchange for a donation of five non-perishable, non-expired food items through February 22.
“All you need to do is bring in the five food items to either the Heber City Building, Heber City Public Works Building, or Heber City Police building along with your citation,” a Facebook post from Heber City PD says.
Food-for-fines programs have become popular in many cities, especially during the holidays. Will the trend continue to grow and catch on in more US cities?
If you have uplifting and heart-warming stories from your local area that exemplify everyday America, be sure to let us know. We just might include it in our next edition!
This has been John W Denton for The Local Conservative
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