Joe Biden is too old to be president. But his progressive playbook is also all wrong. Voters get it, even if the liberal media does not.
While much of Washington is focused on the Jan. 6 committee hearings, Americans in the rest of the country are focused on how they can afford to feed their families.
Biden’s approach so far has been to ignore the problem, despite pleas from border states, which absorb the brunt of the influx.
The president’s unswerving effort to squash domestic oil and gas production caused higher prices for consumers.
Most likely, instead of convincing independent voters that Republicans should be frog-marched to political Siberia, the hearings will further divide the nation.
As we approach the summer months, the cost of Biden’s war on fossil fuels will become even more evident.
For all his talk of toning down the divisive, angry rhetoric, Biden has proven to be an amplifier of hateful partisanship.
It won’t be long before some older people who had decided they could comfortably retire as their portfolios soared in value reassess their financial situation.
Even now, with voters saying inflation is their number one issue, Democrats still see no reason to slow the gusher of federal funds.
Pity the creative writing team at the White House franticly preparing President Biden’s State of the Union address.