As bad as inflation and the nation’s mood seem now, both are likely to be worse by November.
On July 1, California will increase the state tax on gasoline, from 51 cents per gallon to 53.9 cents.
This morning brought the worst inflation numbers since 1981. Just what is left for President Biden to say at this point?
In off-the-record chats, President Biden is whining to the White House press corps that they aren’t giving him enough credit for a great economy.
Apparently, it is just too much for Justice Kavanaugh’s political foes to express genuine concern about today’s threat upon his life.
We already have a good sense of what the biggest news on Friday morning is going to be.
Celebrity appearances at the White House with President Biden are extremely unlikely to change the overall political environment or mood of the country.
With supply-chain issues getting worse, a policy center is warning local election officials to ensure they have enough paper to print ballots for the November elections.
This morning, the national average price for a gallon of regular gas is $4.86 — almost 60 cents per gallon higher than a month ago.
Does Biden’s pandemic coordinator believe all schools will and must be open this coming fall? He doesn’t want to say.