Democrats to Cut Seniors’ Prescription Drug Benefits Ahead of Midterms

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The passage of the Inflation Reduction Act would mean that Democrats would cut seniors’ Medicare prescription drug benefits ahead of the midterms. The Senate passed the Democrats’ $700 billion Inflation Reduction Act on Sunday, setting up a vote later this week for the House to pass the bill and make the deal law. However, the legislation...

WaPo Columnist Slams the Inflation Reduction Act as No Such Thing

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Washington Post columnist Steven Pearlstein torched the Democrats’ so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” as being “no such thing” because politicians cannot simply turn a dial “to control employment, output, inflation — even the price of gasoline.” Pearlstein said the economy is a complicated organism, and any politician who claims to be able to fix the economy by adjusting a dial “just right” is...

U.S. Department of Energy Gives Revolutionary Battery Technology to China

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An American company called UniEnergy developed revolutionary battery technology that could theoretically allow a house to be powered by solar energy. The company that made this breakthrough ten years ago is dead and gone because the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) inexplicably gave its tech to China while preventing American companies from manufacturing it. The astounding saga of UniEnergy and its...

Left-wing Viewers Reject Women and Minorities on Late Night

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Late-night TV is all about leftism now, and leftists obviously do not support women or minorities. To wit: Samantha Bee’s Full Frontal just got axed after seven seasons on TBS. Oh, and something called Desus & Mero on Showtime, a late-night show starring two black guys, is also a goner. Though white men named Jimmy still dominate, the late night landscape that Bee leaves...

20 Democrats Hedge on Supporting Joe Biden in 2024

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At least 17 Democrats have hedged on supporting President Joe Biden’s reelection in 2024. While Biden has claimed he will run for reelection despite sagging poll numbers after 40-year-high inflation, recession, and the deadly Afghan withdrawal, at least 17 Democrats have refrained from openly supporting Biden in 2024. Two other Democrats, Reps. Angie Craig (D-MN) and Dean Phillips (D-MN), have...

Maher on Newsom’s Freedom Ads

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On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher reacted to California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s (D) recent ad campaign in Florida arguing that California is more in favor of freedom than Florida is by saying that while Republicans are “taking away” people’s freedom on abortion, and that makes it “kind of a new ball game” on the issue...

6 Times Prominent Democrats Said Raising Taxes During Recession Is a Bad Idea

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Prominent Democrats said six times that raising taxes during a recession was a bad idea, yet the Democrats are seeking to raise taxes on companies over the weekend. While President Joe Biden’s economy entered a recession last month, he is pushing Congressional Democrats to ram through a reconciliation bill–  so-called the “Inflation Reduction Act.” The bill imposes a minimum tax on corporations...

Majority Say Their Financial Situation Is Getting Worse Under Biden

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Most voters say their financial situation is actively “getting worse” under President Biden’s leadership, a recent Harvard-Harris survey found. Over half, according to the survey, say their financial situation is “getting worse” under Biden’s leadership — 56 percent. For a comparison, one year ago in July 2021, 33 percent said their financial situation was “getting worse.” And in January 2020, former President...

Florida More Desirable to Live in than Blue New York, California

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Americans believe Florida is more desirable to live in than blue states such as New York or California, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Thursday found. The survey found respondents relatively split when it comes to their preferences on an area to live when choosing between urban (18 percent), suburban (31 percent), and rural (22 percent) areas or a small town (26 percent).

10 Criminals Arrested Nearly 500 Times, Thanks to New York’s ‘Insane’ Bail Reform

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Ten criminals caused trouble in New York City and were arrested nearly 500 times, thanks to the state’s bail reform law, the New York Post reported Wednesday. Many of those individuals remained on the loose, the outlet continued: Stunning statistics compiled by the NYPD, and obtained first by The Post, show that the city’s alleged “worst of the worst” repeat offenders have been busted...