In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR

Wh3

Pelosi fails to move $1.75 trillion Biden social spending bill

House Democratic leaders Friday failed to secure the support of enough moderates to put to a vote President Biden’s signature program, some $1.75 trillion in social welfare spending. About a half dozen moderates say they want to see what the Congressional Budget Office thinks the bill will cost. That could take days or longer. With all Republicans opposed, there are not the votes to pass

Read More »

Democrats desperate for Biden to get more aggressive

Democrats are probably jealous that Republicans had a president who never slept and never stopped working. They’ve got a president who only sleeps. And despite their pleas, it’s not going to get better. According to a check of the calendar, Sleepy Joe is just getting older. As reported by Politico: Democrats’ frustration with the White House is starting to bubble over after months of low approval

Read More »

Biden vaccine mandate could decimate trucking industry

You think the supply bottleneck is bad now? Wait until President Biden’s vaccine mandate kicks in for large companies Jan. 4. According to The Hill: Federal vaccine mandates to be imposed on companies with more than 100 employees may exacerbate a truck driver shortage across the U.S. that could contribute to further supply chain delays, industry stakeholders warned the House Agriculture Committee on Wednesday. Vaccine

Read More »