More than anyone else, the Missouri conservative leader has his "rap" down without enduring too much ridicule from his uglier and far less accomplished political enemies.
Via TKC links, here's a peek at his busy week that never earns much mention from local media . . .
Long a land of abundance, the United States has become a land of scarcity under President Joe Biden. Store shelves are increasingly empty, the cost of basic goods is soaring, supply chains are failing, foreign imports are backlogged at our ports, and a government-induced energy crunch has driven up prices at the pump to seven-year highs.
Those who haven't gotten the COVID-19 vaccine are more than 18 times more likely to be hospitalized with the disease, according to the CDC. At the same time, more companies and businesses are now mandating the vaccine for employees. Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri remains opposed to mandating the COVID vaccine.
Sen. Josh Hawley bill takes aim at supply chain crunch, requiring 50% of value of a good to be produced in US
FIRST ON FOX: Republican Sen. Josh Hawley is rolling out a measure amid the supply chain crisis that would identify key goods critical to U.S. national security and impose local content requirements for them - requiring 50% or more of the value of the good be produced in the United States.
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