Ramming Biden’s massive spending bill through is no way to run Congress or set government policy.
News organizations that breathlessly hyped the 2016 Steele dossier should correct the record.
The Biden White House and its media allies are trying to sell inflation as a positive development.
Spending billions on political projects that are a form of reparations for murky actions that are 70 or more years old is no way to conduct public policy.
Democrats must wish they’d spent more time talking with Manchin, Sinema, and some of their colleagues before shaping the radical Biden Budget Buster bill.
Merrick Garland’s memo threatening CRT-protesting parents is an attempt to intimidate opponents and silence opposition.
All his talk about the supply-chain issues just proves how little Biden understands his job or comprehends economics.
If a private-sector CEO tried Pelosi’s bookkeeping sleight of hand, they would be put in jail for fraud.
A scaled-back bill totaling $1.5 trillion would force Democrats to abandon programs such as free community college and prekindergarten.
‘I’m all for ending income inequality, but let’s not lie,’ said Maher. ‘The rich pay a lot of the taxes.’