With President Biden’s advanced age, it’s essential we explore Kamala Harris’ radical gun control plan, for it seems — like with the crisis on the southern border — Ms. Harris is taking the reins.
Bobby Kennedy, George McGovern, Hubert Humphrey and the traditional liberals of the civil rights era are tossing and turning in their graves as Uncle Joe rides the new leftist wave.
Whatever you think of the 2020 elections, it seems prudent to be concerned about the quality and integrity of the process.
If President Biden’s trying to improve the job outlook in the U.S., he doesn’t need to get in the economy’s way. Unfortunately, his new infrastructure plan, called the American Jobs Plan, is going to do just that.
Lost in the shadow of the worldwide battle against the COVID-19 pandemic has been America’s fight against opioid addiction, which has taken hundreds of thousands of American lives.
President Biden’s new secretary of Defense, Gen. Lloyd Austin no doubt will be heavily relying again on the intelligence community as the Pentagon charts a course forward on Afghanistan.
Baltimore calculates that it expects to receive $670 million from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan — and for a city whose pre-pandemic unemployment rate stood at 12% for Black residents compared to 4% for Whites, it can surely use some help. Is a rehash of the Lyndon Baines Johnson’s Great Society the most effective and efficient road to travel? Rep. Kweisi Mfume seems to think so.
United Airlines’ officials announced that its pilot training program over the next decade will focus on diversity, and at least half of its planned 5,000 new-hire pilots will be women and minorities. They hope, that is. Great. What if they suck at flying, though?
Since my service as vice president concluded, I have taken the time to reflect on all that America achieved over the last four years, and I believe that posterity will recognize the Trump-Pence administration as one of the most transformative, and most consequential, in American history.