President Biden is persistently pursuing a course of action that has faced significant resistance. The Senate has rejected his proposal to cancel student debt, as it would unfairly burden taxpayers who never attended college while benefiting college graduates who refuse to repay their loans. Moreover, public opinion polls indicate widespread objection to this notion.
Why don’t tech giants ever seem to learn their lesson? Recently, LinkedIn, a social media platform owned by Microsoft, locked the personal account of Vivek Ramaswamy, a Republican candidate for President. The reason stated in an email to Mr. Ramaswamy was that he had shared “misleading or inaccurate information.”
On Monday afternoon, Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen once again sent a letter to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), cautioning him about the increasing risk of the United States defaulting on its debt unless Congress passes a bill to raise the nation’s debt limit. Even though the bill would also need President Joe Biden’s signature, Yellen has consistently directed these letters to McCarthy, despite him and House Republicans already passing a bill that raises the debt ceiling and prevents default.
Florida recently delivered two blows to the former president. The Florida Commission on Ethics denied a complaint by former President Trump’s associates accusing Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of orchestrating a “shadow presidential campaign.” Meanwhile, Fl legislation will allow DeSantis to run for president and keep his office.
All except three states in the United States have approved or are considering passing legislation safeguarding parents’ rights to prevent their children from being exposed to gender ideology in the classroom.
President Biden and congressional Democrats have wanted “the wealthy” to pay their “fair share.” The way they want to do this should alarm everyone. Biden and the rest of the Democrats want to tax unrealized gains on assets such as equities, real estate, and collectibles would be subject to yearly taxation under their proposed tax reform.