Once again Washington is using sham accounting practices to claim that a massive new spending bill will be "paid for."
Biden is facing significant vaccine resistance, which will only be exacerbated by his recent prescription drug importation executive order.
There are numerous stories about conservatives and Fox News politicizing the national vaccination effort. But the media weren't nearly so concerned about that politicization last fall when Democrats were the vaccine skeptics.
The White House and media are predicting when unemployment will return to pre-pandemic lows, but that won't happen if the White House and media get their big-government budget blowout.
The federal debt ceiling is back, and it poses yet another roadblock to the Democrats' spending spree.
Economists often highlight the federal debt's per-person obligation. But not everyone pays federal income taxes and half only pay a small portion, thus the debt burden falls heavily on higher-income households.
President Biden is schooling some Republicans on the harm caused by taxes hikes—no, seriously.
Joe Biden is unlikely to get his $15/hour minimum wage proposal passed, so he's trying to increase wages through the backdoor—and it may be working.
More women and minorities are becoming first-time gun owners, which should worry Democratic politicians since gun owners tend to vote more Republican.
Joe Biden needs to read "I, Pencil," a story highlights the importance of free markets, and especially the often ignored role of supply chains.