Tagged: joe biden

Is this the best we can do?

Biden said he wasn’t going to give an inch and Speaker McCarthy made him give a couple of feet. (It was nowhere close to a mile.) But it all comes at the cost of raising the U.S. debt ceiling by $4.0 trillion.

Overspent and overdrawn.

The federal government is spending more while taking in less. Understanding the consequences doesn’t require an Ivy-league degree.

Epic corruption.

The story of Biden family corruption gets worse by the day, and soon will force us to cover our noses and mouths lest we be overcome by the stench.

The big disconnect.

In a representative republic, if it is to prosper, the priorities of those in government should reflect the priorities of those who put them there.

Two-tier justice.

It is now undeniable that elite Democrats have their own concierge justice system, separate and apart from the system you and I might face.

Help for your Holiday shopping.

One cannot help asking, to what degree is the President of the United States now compromised by the Chinese Communist Party, Vladimir Putin and other malign actors?

Where does this end?

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.

So much we know. So much we don’t.

It is entirely legitimate for us to ask if the President of the United States, having evidently profited personally from the shady foreign business dealings of his son, is compromised as it pertains to the doing of his job.