If one of the wealthiest enclaves in the western hemisphere can’t feed and house 50 impoverished migrants, how do they imagine that a poor town like, say, Eagle Pass, Texas deals with thousands of such migrants every single week?
Author: Paul Gleiser
After pursuing a blindly green energy policy for a couple of decades, Europe’s greenie chickens are coming home to roost.
For seven decades Elizabeth executed the duties of her office with uncommon grace and dignity.
A small handful of very powerful people in very powerful corners of our government now believe that their judgement as to who should win elections supersedes yours and mine – and they have the capability of acting on that belief.
Just because Molly doesn’t have to pay $10,000 of the student debt she ran up getting her gender studies degree (while living in the Kappa house) doesn’t mean the debt went away.
Because of the way the DOJ has behaved, it is reasonable to suspect that rather than seeking justice, they simply want to disqualify Trump for office and are willing to go to any length to do so.
Let just 6,000 illegal migrants – out of an estimated 3.5 million let in so far since Biden took office – land in D.C. demanding food, housing, and health care – and suddenly, according to Mayor Muriel Bowser, it’s a humanitarian crisis.
Given that all prior allegations of wrongdoing by Donald Trump have come to naught, what the FBI has carried out of Donald Trump’s home had better be, yuuuuge.
It’s as if with respect to border security, the U.S. has multiple personality disorder. On one hand clean, fastidious and healthy and on the other dirty, disorderly and diseased.
The U.S. grid is nowhere close to being capable of absorbing the load of millions of new electric vehicles. If Buttigieg doesn’t know that, he should.