Unexpected shrinkage: Welcome to the Biden Recession

The economy officially shrunk in the first quarter despite the steady drumbeat of supposedly positive news from the administration and the mainstream media.  Economists continue to insist the odds of a recession are low, though we may be in the middle of one already.  Some seem to believe the economy is great, but the people… Continue reading Unexpected shrinkage: Welcome to the Biden Recession

The looming economic disaster, brought to you by President Biden

Suddenly, the experts are insisting a recession is on the way after a full year of telling us the economy was breaking records and they’re looking for someone to blame.  Apparently, that someone is you for getting a job and demanding better pay, pay no attention to their failed policies or the man in the… Continue reading The looming economic disaster, brought to you by President Biden

The Biden Administration doesn’t care what you think, and they don’t even try to hide it anymore

From inflation to the border with the pandemic and the fate of Americans held overseas in between, President Biden’s words and actions make clear he doesn’t really care what you think or the challenges you are facing.  The radical progressive agenda is paramount no matter what, but fortunately Americans are starting to notice. Earlier this… Continue reading The Biden Administration doesn’t care what you think, and they don’t even try to hide it anymore

Biden’s approval rating sucks for obvious reasons that aren’t likely to change

The pandemic continues and unexpected new crises have cropped up, from halfway around the world, to the border, even into your dining room.  There’s nothing normal about America less than a year into the Biden presidency, and almost nothing in the entire world has changed for the better.  It’s a miracle Biden’s approval ratings aren’t… Continue reading Biden’s approval rating sucks for obvious reasons that aren’t likely to change

Biden gets a big win on infrastructure, but is missing a massive opportunity on manufacturing

The $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure plan finally passes the House of Representatives, giving President Biden a much needed political win, but instead of focusing on supply chains and manufacturing moving forward to permanently address wide-spread shortages and spiking prices, progressives continue to push massive social spending and a tax break for the rich of all… Continue reading Biden gets a big win on infrastructure, but is missing a massive opportunity on manufacturing