5 things to watch as Biden heads to the United Nations

When President Joe Biden speaks Wednesday at the United Nations General Assembly, the two most important people he’ll be addressing won’t be in the audience — Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping.

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Democrats “Green Agenda” is threatening U.S. National Security

As Americans struggle with high gas prices and high utility costs Democrats across the country are falling over themselves in their singular pursuit of their elusive “Green Agenda” no matter the disastrous impact on the country and its impact on U.S. national security.

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California gas car ban ‘interesting,’ EV adoption must happen ‘quickly’ to beat climate change says Buttigieg

Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg on Thursday appeared to heap praise on states’ efforts to fight climate change – particularly California’s gas car ban – which go well beyond policies set at the federal level. 

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U.S. Educational Achievement Plummets in Latest Report

A report issued by the respectable National Assessment of Educational Progress traced the long-term trend (LTT) in reading and mathematics progress for children at the 9 year age level to examine student achievement during the COVID-19 pandemic, and progress showed what we all suspected there was severe learning loss throughout this period.

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Biden’s Reckless Student Loan Forgiveness Executive Order

In order to secure his progressive base for the midterm elections, President Biden in one bold announcement, announced an executive order canceling $10,000 in student loan per borrower ($20,000 for Pell Grant borrowers), and to limit those with annual incomes of less than $125,000.

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Senator Warren worries that Fed will tip U.S. economy into recession

Democratic U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Sunday that she was very worried that the Federal Reserve was going to tip the nation’s economy into recession and that interest rate hikes would put people out of work.

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