If Joe Biden were to face a challenge for the Democratic nomination for president in 2024, he’d likely get shellacked.
The Biden documents scandal has now morphed from a boring clerical error into a scandal with deadly series potential issues.
The meetings this week in Davos, Switzerland where the elites of the planet meet to coordinate, plot and plan, hobnob and be seen, is just the latest step in the most significant danger democracy faces in the world today: Globalism.
Any good polling about the 2024 Republican presidential nomination has two key findings:
Gavin Newsom, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Gretchen Whitmer, Cory Booker, to say nothing of Kamala Harris, and a cast of dozens of potential Democratic candidates for president are eager to run in 2024.
In 1968, in Rome, a group of the world’s economic, political, financial, and social elite met to form the Club of Rome.
History tells us that the only leverage conservatives and Republicans have to rein in government spending is to refuse to raise the debt limit.
The recent admission by Biden officials that a number of classified documents have been found in a box at a think tank run by Biden raises very serious national security concerns because of one salient fact, largely unmentioned by the media — the box was being stored at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, a think tank largely funded by anonymous donations from China.
Biden’s political handlers are touting his projected move to the center and away from the leftist policies thus far in his term.
The GOP Leadership team for ’23-’24 of Donald Trump and Kevin McCarthy came out of the speakers fight in great shape. They will have to reenact their teamwork together many times before and after Trump is finally sworn in as president, but it was glorious maiden voyage.