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MRC Bulldog Awards Honor Conservative Voices; Rep. Arrington Examines Border Costs

The Media Research Center has released its yearly list of the MRC Bulldog Award winners, which honors individuals doing great work despite minimal recognition from the “leftist media establishment.” The center’s president, Brent Bozell, explained that major journalism awards are often biased, rewarding those who promote radical agenda priorities. In contrast, MRC Bulldog Awards recognize individuals for telling the truth and this year’s winners are being acknowledged as great American truth-tellers. Among the winners are conservative thinker Victor Davis Hanson for “lifetime achievement,” Ben Shapiro and Seth Dillon for “outstanding podcast,” Salena Zito for “outstanding columnist,” and Peter Schweizer for his “outstanding investigative journalism.”

In other news, Rep. Jodey Arrington, a Texas Republican and chairman of the House Budget Committee, is leading a hearing titled “The Cost of the Border Crisis” to gather facts and figures on the expenses associated with illegal immigration. The panel will include testimonies from various experts in the field. Furthermore, Ainsley Earhardt, co-host of “Fox & Friends” on Fox News, received an honorary degree from the University of South Carolina for her accomplishments in television and her devotion to her alma mater.

Turning our attention to Washington D.C., “Things to Do DC” has organized various events for young professionals, including a Parisian Evening at the Embassy of France, a Roof Top Nightclub Tour, and a Diplomatic Caribbean Gala at the Organization of American States. Additionally, a recent survey conducted by The Economist/YouGov found that 55% of U.S. adults consider immigration a “very important” issue, with significant agreement across political parties and racial groups.

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