Democrats are on a mission to dispel any notion that massive new government spending in their Build Back Better bill will let roaring inflation out of its decades-old cage.
Democrats are understandably concerned about their stunning loss at the polls on Nov. 2. But the election that should most concern them is the one in which Americans vote with their feet. In that “election” Democrats have been losing for years.
There has been a long-running concern that robots will eventually take the jobs humans could and wanted to do. It may turn out that in the Biden era, robots are simply taking the jobs humans choose not to take.
Biden is going to the climate summit in part because he clearly cares about the environment, as we all should. But he has other reasons for going, many of which are more political than environmental.
Donald Trump has never been able to prove the 2020 presidential election was stolen. And while it may be impossible to prove it wasn’t stolen either, there are several reasons for conservatives to accept the results and move on.
These days the Democrats’ mandate list is long—and growing longer. But their embrace of mandates isn’t new.
If you are a cigarette smoker, you are likely a low-income, poorly educated member of a minority community—and the Democrats want to raise your taxes.
The solution to this problem is simple to understand, though difficult to implement: If you want to drain the swamp, first drain big government.
There is concern that an FTC focused on ‘big is bad’ will stunt economic growth in the future.
Future vaccines may be our best preventive medicine option for long-feared diseases. They may even become the preferred treatment option. Let’s hope they won’t be as politicized as the COVID-19 vaccines have, become because the least effective vaccine is the one a person refuses to take.