Joe Biden’s private sector vaccine mandate is the latest example of this president’s executive overreach. It also stands in stark contrast with Biden’s previous position: Biden: “No, I don’t think [the vaccine] should be mandatory. I wouldn’t demand it be mandatory…” One year later, Biden has changed his tune. He moved full steam ahead with … Continue reading Vulnerable Democrats Endorse Joe Biden’s Unconstitutional Private Sector Vaccine Mandate
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?
In July, a key inflation indicator reached a 30-year high, previewing a record-high level for producer prices in August.
The petroleum industry employs about 100,000 people in Colorado, and generates $13.5 billion in economic activity, providing state and local governments with $1 billion in tax revenue.
Senate Democrats – most notably, vulnerable Democrats fearing the backlash from standing up to their party’s leadership – have remained silent and refused to call out the Administration for its failures. Instead, they are ready to turn the page and focus on passing their reckless socialist tax-and-spending bill that will bankrupt our country and continue to fuel the inflation crisis
8.3% is the highest such inflation number ever recorded since the metric began...this beats the previous record of 7.8% set last month. It’s clear that, unlike what President Biden says, the rise in inflation is absolutely not transitory.
"Coloradans have come to expect this kind of weak, ineffective leadership in the U.S. Senate from Michael Bennet. But, when it comes to matters of war and peace, Bennet’s irrelevance will eventually catch up to him.”
According to RealClearPolitics’s Sean Trende, “Biden’s job approval has entered dangerous territory.” Why? Because with an approval rating this low, Democrats are poised to lose up four seats in the Senate.