In case you were worried AOC and John Kerry didn’t get their climate spending . . . According to the Washington Post: Although Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) forced Democrats to drop a key provision targeting the electric power sector, the final bill includes an array of tax credits for companies and consumers that will make it easier to buy electric vehicles, install solar panels,
President Biden Thursday unveiled a $1.75 trillion social spending bill he believes can pass the Senate — that is, gain approval from Democrats Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona while keeping the left onboard. It’s half the$3.5 trillion originally proposed. But it still involves massive tax hikes and expanded socialism, and it is made possible by shortening the periods of time
The economy is tanking as inflation picks up and the job market remains tight. Not a good look. According to the Wall Street Journal: The U.S. economy grew by 2.0% in the third quarter, with the Delta variant of Covid-19 and supply issues dampening gains. Such a pace marked a sharp slowdown from robust gains earlier this year. Gross domestic product grew at a historically
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Did the Justice Department order up a letter from this organization so it could “respond” to it by siccing the FBI on parents? According to Fox News: Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday requested the assistance of the National School Boards Association (NSBA) for their probe into what they called “troubling attempts” by the White House and the Justice Department to target
Nothing she does seems particularly genuine. Even her celebration of her Oct. 20 birthday.
The federal government is watching what you say at school board meetings. So . . . be careful, because Big Brother has lots of powers at his disposal. According to Fox News: Attorney General Merrick Garland doubled down on his memo to Department of Justice employees addressing a federal response to violence and intimidation of school board officials — despite the National School Boards Association