These tax hikes mean fewer jobs created in the U.S., shrinking paychecks, and even higher costs for every day goods. Why do Senate Democrats support job-killing tax hikes that put U.S. families and job creators at a disadvantage?
Nearly 70% of Americans think that President Biden and his administration handled the Afghanistan withdrawal badly, but apparently, that number doesn’t include the Democrat candidates for U.S. Senate in North Carolina.
China’s plans to ban private cryptocurrency is terrible but also offers a lesson and opportunity for US policymakers, says Competitive Enterprise Institute financial policy expert John Berlau.
President Biden waived congressionally mandated sanctions on Nord Stream 2 A.G., which is the company overseeing the pipeline construction.
New legislation would radically raise taxes to the highest corporate tax rates in the industrial earth and yet still not pay for all of the new spending they're talking about. So, while deficits grow forever, opportunities shrink.
"There are so many controversial changes being crammed into one mega-bill that it must be a deliberate strategy: Try to achieve everything the far left has wanted for 20 years in one fell swoop before the country has time to realize what hit it."
Biden’s continued refusal to open the northern border is inexplicable and is devastating Montana border communities and our economy.
The amendment would direct the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) to investigate the withdrawal of U.S. and allied forces from Afghanistan with an emphasis on understanding what military equipment was left behind in Afghanistan, whether the Taliban have control of that equipment, and whether it is being moved or sold to third parties.
Hundreds of Americans and thousands of Afghan allies are still stranded in Afghanistan because of Biden’s botched withdrawal – and Senate Democrats’ number one priority is not hurting Joe Biden politically.
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