Biden appears hapless, confused and stymied. He won the presidential election not because of who he was, but because of who he wasn’t. And that means the November election might not only be a rejection of the president’s agenda – a red wave – but a rejection of the president himself.
How should conservatives think about conspiracy claims? We know conspiracies exist — the Clinton-Steele Dossier proved that. But as a rule, be careful about attributing to conspiracy what can just as easily be explained by incompetence or stupidity.
With November midterm elections coming it’s critical that voters feel confidence in the basic accuracy and security of their state election systems. The really good news is that all the evidence so far indicates they can.
McConnell got done what needed to be done—and with less drama than we’ve seen in the House. He limited the fiscal and political damage Biden’s agenda could have caused, and he bought some much-needed time on fighting Build Back Better.
Today’s surge in space tourism is driven by market forces and has the potential to deliver outsized benefits more affordably. These private-sector space efforts are market driven, sustainable, broad-based and increasingly cost-effective
Manchin demonstrated that a “moderate” Democrat can still make a difference and may have reduced the hit Democrats will likely take in the 2022 midterms.
Even though Democrats say BBB is “paid for” – meaning new taxes will offset the new federal spending over the next 10 years – no honest person actually believes that.
Because the Texas grid is largely unconnected to other regional grids, it is doubly important that Texas has an abundant portfolio of energy sources to ensure adequate supply.
President Biden is more than willing to hand over the cash. And that may be the real reason why many car manufacturers are so eager to bet it all on EVs.