Last month, the actor ignored Joe Biden’s call to “heal America” and unite a divided nation by declaring that the very survival of American democracy depends on whether members of Trump’s family and administration face criminal prosecution. … [Read more...] about Rob Reiner: Senate Must Convict Trump, ‘New Leader of the Confederacy,’ to Win ‘Our Continuing Civil War’
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MIKE HUCKABEE: There's a lot of people that are losing their jobs because of these energy policies of the Biden administration. And I'd love to point out to John Kerry [that] under President Trump -- and he may find this hard to believe, he ought to pick up the newspaper every now and then and find out - under President Trump, we actually did better [at] taking care of the U.S. environment than we did and would have under the Paris Climate Accords. … [Read more...] about Huckabee: China is doing a ‘big happy dance’ over Biden climate agenda
While the Constitution failed to stymie the advent of political parties, it has kept them weaker than their overseas analogs. The Democratic Party is more of a loose association of elected officeholders than a coherent mass-member organization. As such, it has limited capacity to dictate terms to any of its incumbent senators, let alone to those whose job security would be enhanced by becoming Republicans. If Joe Manchin votes to abolish the filibuster, he will increase his personal power — but also likely expose himself to a series of “can’t win” votes on legislation that divides his idiosyncratic voting base of Democrats and right-leaning independents. A strong Democratic Party might be capable of brokering a deal between its moderate senators, interest groups, and activists (e.g., “We’ll abolish the filibuster if you’ll focus your advocacy on a discrete set of mutually agreeable issues and pork for our home states”). The existing … [Read more...] about The Democrats’ Civil War Over the Filibuster Has Barely Begun
Populists are calling for diversification from China, and reshoring of key industries like semiconductor, active pharmaceutical ingredient, and personal protective equipment manufacturing. They blame elites in both parties, government, the private sector and media for hollowing out America’s economy while personally benefiting. Populists pride themselves on looking beyond maximizing production or profits as the highest or only good. The Department of Health and Human Services has already awarded a $354 million contract to Phlow to manufacture key drugs and ingredients domestically. … [Read more...] about Bobby Jindal: Populist Republicans – Can traditional conservatives adapt to this movement?
Kim was reportedly particularly incensed by reports that communist officials were pressuring local civilians to donate money and resources to the construction of the hospital because they had mismanaged the funds they were given and needed more. The report emphasized that Kim’s ire was at the bureaucrats, not the construction workers at the site, which aligns with current reports that the delay in completing the hospital is one of materials resources, not insufficient manpower. … [Read more...] about North Korea Runs Out of Construction Material for Pyongyang General Hospital