Democrats are pushing the biggest expansion of government in history at a time when the majority of Americans say the government is already doing too much.
Democrats hope that their massive federal spending spree would buy them votes. But it looks like all they're buying is voter anger.
The lower your household income, the more likely you are to be a smoker. Doubling the tax on cigarettes suggests Democrats aren’t quite as concerned about economic disparities and equity as they claim.
President Biden's and President's Xi's visions and policy proposals are amazingly similar, which says more about the U.S. than China—and not in a good way.
You shouldn’t be able to ram through massive policy changes without a solid mandate from the voters, which Democrats definitely do not have.
Coalition letter of over 120 center-right organizations, activists, and state lawmakers in opposition to the numerous tax hikes on American families and businesses included in the $3.5 trillion tax-and spend reconciliation proposal.
It’s not just the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Many of President Biden’s domestic policy efforts have become a mismanaged mess.
Vote buying used to be limited, secret and with a politician's own money; today it's massive and cheered, and it's done with taxpayer and employer money.
President Biden’s job performance is making him the most serious political threat to Democrats’ election chances in 2022. It’s almost as if Biden is a GOP secret weapon, ensuring that Republicans retake control of the House and Senate.
It shouldn’t be possible for a tiny majority in Congress to pass sweeping changes and enormous spending increases, but it is, thanks to the absurd Senate budget reconciliation process.