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By Nolan Lewallen, The Stream, March 23, 2023

Nolan Lewallen is a retired pilot of a major airline and lives near Stephenville, Texas, with his wife, Kim. Nolan’s two greatest passions are the Bible and politics. His latest book, The Integration of Church & State: How We Transform “In God We Trust” From Motto to Reality, brings the two together.

As some of you know, I’m often quick to pounce on the Democrats, but I never want to get so ideological that I’m “blinded” to Republicans’ wrongdoings. On Monday, Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR), who had become one of my favorite senators the last few years, tweeted this about the crisis in the banking industry: “It was Joe Biden’s reckless spending that created runaway inflation, which led to higher interest rates, which put the squeeze on banks like Silicon Valley Bank.”

“Reckless spending”? Senator, you, along with 17 other Republicans, voted for the $1.7 trillion omnibus spending package on December 22, only 12 days before Republicans would regain leadership of the House. Twelve days! That’s less time than most public schools’ Christmas breaks. A World Series can last almost that long with travel days. …

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