Of all the institutions in America that has to be a political is the U.S. Supreme Court, but in recent weeks this has all changed with the recent opinions by the court, which has President Biden and Democrats attacking the very legitimacy of this arbitrator of U.S. constitutional law.
At the beginning of the presidency of Joe Biden, America was energy independent, then his administration did everything in his power to change this dichotomy, and now he will travel to the Middle East with tin cup in hand begging countries in the region to produce more energy in order to drive down gas prices.
Forty-six people were found dead after being abandoned in a tractor-trailer on a remote back road in San Antonio in the latest tragedy to claim the lives of migrants smuggled across the border from Mexico to the U.S. Sixteen people were hospitalized, including four children.
The US Supreme Court has overturned its 49-year-old landmark Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion throughout the US, upholding a Mississippi law banning the procedure after 15 weeks of pregnancy – and leaving the issue up to each of the 50 states.
The Supreme Court has struck down New York’s century-old law restricting the carrying of concealed firearms, its first major Second Amendment decision in more than a decade and a ruling that could lead to more guns on the streets.
I understand why President Joe Biden keeps saying he plans to run again for the most powerful job in the world, and why preparations reportedly are under way. But we can't ignore that he's 79 and unpopular. It sounds rude to say so, but these are well-known facts.
Speaking before the AFL-CIO, President Biden stated his policies in his words are “Changing Lives,” unfortunately not in the way he wanted or intended them to be.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on ABC's "This Week" that a recession is not inevitable, with Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and Brian Deese, director of the National Economic Council, echoing her on other programs.