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Sep 25 05:53

Biden Administration Doles Out $250K to Wuhan Lab-Linked Group

The Biden administration awarded more than $250,000 to an organization whose founder waged a secret campaign last year to undercut the theory that the coronavirus originated in a Chinese lab.

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency granted $253,279 to EcoHealth Alliance in July to conduct research to thwart the use of viruses as weapons of mass destruction. EcoHealth Alliance worked closely with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the lab that many U.S. officials believe was ground zero for the coronavirus outbreak. The group's founder, Peter Daszak, secretly organized a group of scientists early in the pandemic to publicly undermine the theory that the pandemic sprung from a leak at the Wuhan lab.

Sep 25 05:40

Hunter Biden sought $2M in Libya deal in 2015: Report

Sep 25 05:40

Tucker blasts Biden for attacking the weak

Sep 25 05:39

Financial Disclosures Reveal Jen Psaki was Employed by an Israeli Spying Firm

In July, the exposure of the Israel-based NSO Group's Pegasus spyware shined new light on the scope of the Israeli government's vast spying network. The State of Israel itself licensed the sale of the spyware to foreign governments, private enterprises, and criminal organizations alike. This licensing enabled the impact of Pegasus covert surveillance to target journalists, foreign governments, and elected officials. To put its impact into perspective, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was revealed to have used Pegasus to spy on Jamal Kashoggi preceding his execution in Turkey, Mexican drug cartels employed it to target journalists exposing their crimes, and its use by the Moroccan government led to the revelation that they successfully targeted French President Emmanual Macron by tapping into a cellphone he has used since 2017.

Sep 24 09:51

Biden sinks in swing districts

Sudden doubts about President Biden's competence — on Afghanistan, immigration and COVID — are driving double-digit drops in his approval in private polling in swing House seats, The Cook Political Report's Amy Walter writes.

Why it matters: "[T]hese early mistakes go directly to the very rationale of his presidency; that it would be low drama and high competence."

Besides those setbacks, Biden "looks more like a helpless bystander than an experienced Capitol Hill deal maker, watching from the sidelines as his party struggles with internal divisions," Walters writes.

"For many voters," Walters adds, "things in Washington look like more of the same; politicians squabbling instead of solving problems."

Sep 24 09:46

Biden considering Defense Production Act to address semiconductor chip shortage: report

The Biden administration says it is considering using the Defense Production Act as a remedy to address the ongoing shortage of semiconductor chips in the U.S., and have reportedly already threatened companies with the prospect.

Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo told Bloomberg on Thursday she has warned industry leaders that the DPA is on the table, claiming businesses are not cooperating with the agency's requests for their data regarding supply chains.

"What I told them is, ‘I don’t want to have to do anything compulsory but if they don’t comply, then they’ll leave me no choice,’" Raimondo told the outlet. "I said today we’re evaluating all of our options right now, all the tools. I hope not to go there but we need to see some progress and we definitely need compliance."

Also on Thursday, the White House released a briefing on the semiconductor shortage and ways the administration is trying to address the issue.

Sep 24 09:26

Biden's reverse Midas touch threatens Democratic agenda

Republicans feared President Joe Biden would be relentless in enacting liberal policies with his congressional majorities, but Democratic division has thwarted him from turning that into a reality.

Now Biden, a 36-year Senate veteran and two-term vice president, must bring bickering Democrats together or his party's candidates may have no achievements to campaign on in the 2022 midterm elections. But so far, the president has had little success.

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Sep 24 09:02

Can Biden's short-lived honeymoon with Europe be salvaged?

When President Biden stood before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday urging global coordination in battling crises like climate change and COVID while touting U.S. efforts to restore an “era of relentless diplomacy,” the words rang hollow in Europe, particularly in France.

The government of French President Emmanuel Macron has been lambasting the Biden administration over its undiplomatic behavior ever since last week’s announcement that the U.S., U.K. and Australia had formed a new Indo-Pacific security pact called AUKUS, in which Australia will buy $66 billion of U.S.-made nuclear submarines. That alliance, which Macron learned about only hours before being made public, effectively torpedoed a $37 billion Australian order with France for a submarine fleet.

Sep 24 09:02

Crisis of Haitian migrants exposes rifts for Biden on immigration

When members of the Congressional Black Caucus arrived to Vice President Kamala Harris' residence this week for an event marking the group's 50th anniversary, talk quickly turned to the devolving humanitarian crisis on the US-Mexico border.

Gathered on a mild evening on the lawn outside the Naval Observatory, people familiar with the event said, Harris engaged members one-on-one in their urgent concerns about the situation in Texas, where thousands of Haitian migrants have been massing underneath a bridge in squalid conditions.

Harris, during the impromptu sessions, encouraged the group to continue speaking out on the matter -- even though, in many cases, the Democrats are speaking out against how President Joe Biden is handling the situation.

"I give her a lot of credit," Rep. Joyce Beatty, the chairwoman of the CBC, said on CNN. "Opening her doors to us, asking us to get engaged and to be very clear in our message."

Sep 24 08:24

Biden Going Across The Pond To Say Sorry

President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron intend to meet in Europe in late October "in order to reach shared understandings and maintain momentum" in wake of the AUKUS nuclear submarine announcement, the White House announced Wednesday afternoon.

According to White House officials, Biden and Macron talked for the first time by phone on Wednesday since the joint announcement by the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom on Sept. 15.

Sep 24 03:47

Biden And Press Sadly Break-Up

A pretty bad Friday for President Biden: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) denied Biden’s COVID-19 booster shots for all Americans.

France summoned its envoy to the U.S. after Team Biden snubbed our oldest ally in creating a national security deal with the United Kingdom and Australia.

Sep 24 03:29

Sen. Kennedy: Biden administration 'lies like they breathe'

Sep 23 13:35

White House beginning to tell government agencies to prepare for a shutdown

The White House has started to tell government agencies to prepare for a potential government shutdown if a stopgap bill is not signed into law by Sept. 30.

"We are taking every step we can to mitigate the impacts of a potential shutdown," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said during a briefing Thursday.

There is no formal guidance yet, but it's "just a reminder we're seven days out and we need to be prepared, of course, in any event of any contingency, so we see this as a routine step and one just to be prepared in any event of what could happen," she said.

Sep 23 07:50

Biden Has Fallen And He Can't Get Up, New Poll Shows

Iowa is not the swing state it once was. In the time since the Obama-Biden ticket carried it by six points in 2012, Iowa has developed to be in a sharply Republican direction.

Trump won it twice. Republican Sen. Joni Ernst replaced longtime liberal Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin, then won reelection by a remarkable margin in 2020. Democrats lost their toe-hold in government with a continuous collapse in the state Senate last decade, therefore turning Iowa into a Republican trifecta state. They failed to overcome the governor's mansion in the Democratic wave year of 2018, and no Democrat has been elected governor since one-termer Chet Culver won in 2006.

Although three out of the seven elected statewide line officers are still Democrats, two of those (the 77-year-old attorney general and the treasurer, who turns 70 later this year) have held office since the Carter and Reagan administrations each. They are remainders, not the party's future.

Sep 23 07:49

Tulsi Is Back & On The Attack, Demands Joe Be Held Accountable

Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), formerly a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, emphasized the value of accountability about the U.S. departure from Afghanistan and a drone strike in the midst of that departure that killed seven children in an interview with FNC’s Tucker Carlson that aired on Monday.

Gabbard claimed that a bigger part of the problem was the policy objective, which included nation-building that never completely had the help of the people in Afghanistan.

Sep 23 07:23

'A Cascade of Calamities': Rubio Says What We All Know About Biden

On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) announced that the Biden administration’s announcements on coronavirus booster shots were “political” remarks from an administration that declared it wouldn’t politicize the virus and science and prophesied that there will be a coronavirus surge in other states as the Biden administration limits effective antibody treatments.

Rubio stated, “This was all produced out of the White House. They wanted to show — remember, these were the guys that were saying, I’m not going to politicize COVID, we’re not going to politicize the vaccine and the science. Those pronouncements out of the White House about an additional booster shot was a political statement.”

Sep 23 07:00

Isn't It Ironic? Biden Going After Putin For This Hypocrisy

The Biden administration released a statement Monday condemning the Russian elections that saw Vladimir Putin's regime retain their hold on power.

A surveillance video emerged showing ballot box stuffing occurring in the Russian election. Multiple videos and photos allegedly showing ballot fraud have made their way out of Russia since Friday.

The State Department issued a statement; "September 17-19 Duma elections in the Russian Federation took place under conditions not conducive to free and fair proceedings."

Opponents of Putin's United Russia party insisted that there was "mass fraud" during Monday's election, Reuters reported. United Russia won a parliamentary by a margin much bigger than anticipated.

Sep 23 06:42

Tucker: Why would Biden do this to his own country?

Sep 23 06:34

Russian and US general staff chiefs hold meeting in Finland

Russian Armed Forces’ Chief of the General Staff, First Deputy Defense Minister Valery Gerasimov and Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Army General Mark Milley discussed some issues of mutual interest, in particular, mitigating the risk of incidents during military activities at a meeting in Finland, the Russian Defense Ministry stated on Wednesday.

"During the meeting, the top brass addressed issues of mutual interest, including reducing the risk of incidents during military activities. The meeting was constructive," the ministry noted.

According to the defense ministry, the meeting took place today at the Finnish government’s Koningstedt residence in Vantaa, 40 kilometers north of the Finnish capital.

Sep 23 06:32

Boris Johnson Calls Joe Biden a 'Living Deity'

The US President and British Prime Minister had a brief meeting at the White House on Tuesday, following the gathering at the UN General Assembly - and some of the topics that came up were pretty personal.

One thing Joe Biden is known for, apart from his consistent gaffes and spelling mistakes, is his love for trains.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson seemed to have played upon this passion during their bilateral meeting on Tuesday when he called Biden a “living deity on Amtrak” – the rail service which the US president used almost daily during his four decades in the US senate and Barack Obama administration.

Biden and Johnson were just in the middle of their conversation about cooperation in Afghanistan and in the Indo-Pacific, when the US president decided to thank his partner for making his way to the capital following the UN General Assembly meeting in New York.

Sep 23 06:09

JUST IN: Marjorie Taylor Greene Accuses Biden Of Treason, Calls For His Impeachment

Sep 23 06:07

'Can We All Stop Pretending?': Dan Crenshaw Says Biden, Democrats Deliberately Causing Border Crisis

Sep 23 06:07

White House staff cuts off UK PM Boris Johnson mid sentence during meeting with Biden

Sep 23 06:06

Joe Biden nuclear sorcerer’s apprentice

resident Biden announced the birth of the AUKUS, a strategic-military partnership between the United States, Great Britain and Australia, with “the imperative of ensuring long-term peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific", the region that in Washington’s geopolitics extends from the west coast of the United States to that of India. The purpose of this "strategic mission" is "to take on the threats of the 21st century just as we did in the 20th century: together ". Clear reference to China and Russia.

To "defend against rapidly evolving threats," the AUKUS launches a "key project": the United States and Britain will help Australia acquire "nuclear-powered, conventionally armed submarines."

Sep 23 05:54

Jonathan Swan: 'Biden is getting hit hard on both sides'

Sep 23 05:51

The AUKUS preparing a nuclear war to sustain Taiwan

The official reactions to the announcement of the Australian-British-US pact (AUKUS) are only about the termination of the Australian-French arms contract. As terrible as this is for the shipyards, it is only a collateral consequence of a reversal of alliances aimed at preparing for a war against China.

Sep 22 11:30

Biden Practically Tells UN That America Is No Longer A Superpower - (2 Videos)

The United States is moving into a “new era of relentless diplomacy,” President Biden announced Tuesday throughout the opening of the UN General Assembly, notwithstanding several glaring diplomatic errors by his administration in recent weeks.

In the days leading up to the UNGA, the Biden administration has been forced to respond to Congress for the chaotic troop departure from Afghanistan, as well as diplomatic frustration from France over the nuclear-powered submarine deal with the United Kingdom and Australia.

“Simply put, we stand, in my view, at an inflection point in history. And I’m here to share with you how the United States intends to work with partners and allies to answer these questions, and the commitment of my new administration to help lead the world toward a more peaceful, prosperous future for all people.”

Sep 22 11:29

Biden Under Fire For Not Disclosing True Number Of Afghan Evacuees

Lawmakers on Tuesday aired frustration over a lack of data disclosed by the Biden administration, which has boasted of evacuating more than 124,000 people from Afghanistan but hasn't provided a precise breakdown of the different categories of those who fled the country amid and after the U.S. withdrawal.

Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.), talking with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, stressed a gap between the 60,000 people who have been taken into the U.S. and the total number evacuated.

Sep 22 11:27

The Day The Media Turned On Biden: Psaki Grilled By 'Once Friendly' CBS

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was shocked Tuesday after CBS anchor Gayle King slammed recent "very bad behavior" by the U.S. internationally.

King said on "CBS Mornings" that "there's a lot of incoming" at the White House these days, given a recent spate of negative headlines at home and away for the Biden administration. After Psaki spoke of President Joe Biden's Tuesday address before the United Nations General Assembly as forward-looking, King added that Biden couldn't "ignore what has happened before."

"We’re still getting hammered for how the withdrawal from Afghanistan happened," King said. "Everybody knows, many people believe it was time. It’s just the way that it was done … That’s not a good look. You look at what’s happening with immigration. You look at France now saying that they’ve been betrayed by the United States. So I get that we have to look forward. But what are we doing to justify or explain what appears to be very bad behavior on our part?"

Sep 22 08:14

Facebook Blocks Ad For Song Critical of Biden’s Afghanistan Withdrawal

Facebook blocked an ad that promoted a song critical of President Joe Biden's botched Afghanistan withdrawal, raising questions about how it applies its advertising rules.

The social media giant twice prohibited Five For Fighting's John Ondrasik from purchasing an ad to promote his new single "Blood On My Hands." Facebook claimed the song, which slams the Biden administration for abandoning hundreds of Americans and thousands of Afghan allies, "violated their policy on either politics or social issues." The song singles out Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley.

Sep 22 08:09

Biden to double refugee admissions to 125K amid border surge, Afghan evac

President Biden will increase the limit on the number of refugees who can be resettled in the United States to 125,000 for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1, the State Department informed Congress Monday.

The new limit is double the current cap of 62,500 refugees, which Biden raised in May from the previous limit of 15,000 set by former President Donald Trump.

The increase comes as Biden faces criticism over the ongoing migration surge at the southwestern border as well as the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan — in which US citizens, legal permanent residents and applicants for special visas meant for those who helped America’s military in the two-decade-long war were left in Taliban-controlled territory.

The Wall Street Journal reports that approximately 40,000 Afghan citizens have been brought to the US in recent days, though none have been formally classified as refugees due to the haste with which they were taken out of Afghanistan.

Sep 22 07:49

Haitian migrants are being released in U.S. on ‘very, very large scale,’ official says

Many Haitian migrants camped in a small Texas border town are being released in the United States, two U.S. officials said, undercutting the Biden administration’s public statements that the thousands in the camp faced immediate expulsion.

Haitians have been freed on a “very, very large scale” in recent days, according to one U.S. official who put the figure in the thousands. The official, who has direct knowledge of operations, was not authorized to discuss the matter Tuesday and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Many have been released with notices to appear at an immigration office within 60 days, an outcome that requires less processing time from Border Patrol agents than ordering an appearance in immigration court and points to the speed at which authorities are moving, the official said.

Sep 22 07:05

Joe Biden: Nuclear Sorcerer’s Apprentice

President Biden announced the birth of AUKUS, a strategic-military partnership between the United States, Great Britain and Australia, with “the imperative of ensuring long-term peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific”, the region that in Washington’s geopolitics extends from the West coast of the United States to the coast of India. The purpose of this”strategic mission” is “to take on the threats of the 21st Century just as we did in the 20th Century: together”. It is a clear reference to China and Russia.

To “defend against rapidly evolving threats,” the AUKUS launched a “key project”: the United States and Britain will help Australia acquire “nuclear-powered, conventionally armed submarines.”

Sep 22 06:03

After Psaki Gives Sad Excuse For Biden Over Drone Strike – Tucker Carlson Calls For Firings, Accountability

This week, the Pentagon admitted that their drone strike of an “ISIS-K” agent actually missed big time.

Instead, they blew up a car killing ten people, including an aid worker and 7 children. What’s even worse is that Biden has personally failed to comment on it.

When pressed for answers, his press secretary made up a bogus excuse. From Fox News:

White House press secretary Jen Psaki was hammered Monday following her decision to invoke President Joe Biden’s personal losses and grief while responding to a question on the botched drone strike in Afghanistan…

“As a human being, as a president, and as somebody who has overseen loss in a variety of scenarios, both as a leader and personally, his reaction is it’s a tragedy…” Psaki said.

Sep 22 06:02

The Stain Of Afghanistan Will Stick To Biden

President Biden’s supporters are hewing to one message since the disastrous Afghan exit: “Voters won’t remember it.” That analysis—or hope, really—could well be wrong because the evacuation left Biden with so many problems. None are going away soon.

The most consequential is that many independent voters are deciding that Joe Biden is simply incompetent. This “buyer’s remorse” is new, and it’s growing. Although Democratic voters are still backing the president, he is now deeply underwater with independents, both on overall “favorability” and on his handling of several high-profile issues.

A Quinnipiac Poll, conducted Sept. 10-13, showed only 34% of independents approved his job performance, while 52% disapproved.

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"THE CLIMATE! THE CLIMATE! THE CLIMATE!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Sep 22 06:01

MSNBC Rips Missing ‘Border Czar’ V.P. Harris As Border Crisis Worsens

As the chaos on the U.S. southern border continues to deteriorate almost by the hour, MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle ripped Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday for ignoring her duties as America’s border czar.

At issue: over the last week, Americans have been subjected to images and video of over 10,000 illegal immigrants – many or even most from Haiti – crossing the border with no resistance and setting up a massive camp in Del Rio, Texas.

Sep 22 05:39

UN Urging US To Make Its Peace With China

President Biden is entering the United Nations General Assembly on Monday carrying the baggage of many recent foreign policy disasters — including the botched troop departure from Afghanistan and a weapons deal blunder that has seen France withdraw its ambassador from the US — as he is supposed to meet with the UN secretary-general to kick off the summit.

Before the Monday meeting, UN Chief Antonio Guterres told the Associated Press that his focus is on the US and China fixing their relationship, and is keen to discuss bypassing a “cold war” with China.

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Sep 22 05:27

France rallies EU as trust in US, UK and Australia wanes

France’s European Union partners agreed Tuesday to put the country’s festering dispute over a major Indo-Pacific defense deal between the U.S., Australia and Britain at the top of bloc’s political agenda, including at an EU summit next month.

The Indo-Pacific security pact known as AUKUS will see Australia cancel a multibillion-dollar contract to buy diesel-electric French submarines and acquire U.S. nuclear-powered vessels instead. The French government is suggesting it was betrayed by the deal.

“It’s definitely something that raised interest and will occupy us in the months to come,” Gasper Dovzan, Slovenia’s foreign affairs chief, told reporters after chairing a meeting of the bloc’s European affairs ministers in Brussels.

EU leaders are set to meet in Slovenia on Oct. 6 and again in Brussels on Oct. 21-22.

Sep 22 05:26

Coming to America

The sudden crossing of the Rio Grande river at Del Rio, Texas, by 15,000 Haitians is a reminder that the most prophetic novel of the last half century was the late Jean Raspail’s 1973 book The Camp of the Saints about a million third-worlders landing on the beaches of France, and whites being unable to summon the will to be so racist as to turn them away.

Do American leaders still believe that they have the moral right to protect the territory of the American people by force? Or will we unilaterally disarm in the Scramble for America?

Few recent incidents better sum up elites’ lack of spine than this Reuters headline on Monday evening:

White House condemns border guard use of whip-like cord against Haitian migrants

Of course, the bridle reins held by the mounted patrolman weren’t actually a whip, as the press initially reported, but, still…they were whip-like.

Sep 22 05:10

At the UN, Biden Claims the US Is Not Seeking a Cold War With China

Addressing the UN General Assembly in New York on Tuesday, President Biden claimed the US does not seek a “Cold War” with China despite recent steps by Washington to rally allies against Beijing.

“We are not seeking a new Cold War or a world divided into rigid blocs,” Biden said, without mentioning Beijing by name. His remarks came a day after UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned against a new Cold War between the US and China and called on the two powers to fix their “dysfunctional relationship.”

While he claimed the US doesn’t want a Cold War, Biden had previously framed the US-China relationship as an ideological competition between “democracy” and “autocracy.” He has also said the US is in competition with China to “win the 21st century.”

Sep 21 13:16

House Democrats unveil legislation to curtail presidential power

House Democrats on Tuesday unveiled legislation that aims to curtail presidential power and protect against abuse of power by future presidents, in an apparent rebuke of former President Trump's time in the White House.

The bill, dubbed the Protecting Our Democracy Act, includes a number of tenets to prevent presidential abuses, restore checks and balances, strengthen accountability and transparency, and protect elections.

It is sponsored by nine House Democrats — all of whom chair committees — and is supported by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). It also includes legislation offered by a number of other Democratic lawmakers.

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Good idea!

Sep 21 12:58

Joe Biden's ship has started to sink

August 2021 will probably be remembered as the month when Joe Biden's presidency was holed below the waterline. September is the month when it started to sink.

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Biden is beset by several disasters at once. All the blame is his, for they flow from his dumb, stubborn, and ideological moves immediately after he was sworn in. First, his border crisis has graduated into a catastrophe.

Sep 21 12:32

Border Patrol Debunks the Fake 'Whipping' Haitians Story but Media Doesn't Care About the Truth

As we reported earlier, folks on the left — and some in the media — spread a ridiculous story about the Border Patrol on horseback hitting Haitians who were trying to illegally enter the country with whips.

Now, anyone with any sense should know that was a nonsense story. But apparently, a lot of media don’t have any sense and a lot of them don’t know anything about horses or reins. Or they simply don’t care about the truth. Take your pick.

There wasn’t one picture of anyone being hit with whips or with reins. Yet when White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked about the story, the reporter referred to the pictures/video we have “seen” and so did Psaki. Yet the video didn’t show any such thing. It means the media and Psaki just imagined they saw it and/or didn’t even bother with the truth — they just are easily manipulated by the narrative.

Sep 21 11:01

Biden Says Children Must Be Masked, But Celebrities Are Exempt? - (Video)

The Emmys were skewered on social media as observers took notice of the lack of coronavirus safety measures, especially masks.

The 2021 awards show was one of the first to return to the typical in-person format after over a year of delayed and adjusted ceremonies like the Oscars and Golden Globes. Some of the stars in attendance on Sunday were seen on the broadcast wearing masks or observing social distancing suggestions.

Although host Cedric the Entertainer noted on the broadcast that everyone in attendance had to show evidence of vaccination, as well as test negative for COVID-19, stars like Seth Rogen, came out swinging at the lack of requirements. He wasn’t the only one.

Sep 21 11:00

Tax The Middle Class: Biden Is Battling His Own Party

President Biden is working to prevent congressional Democrats from scaling back his tax proposals, as lawmakers work on a $3.5 trillion social spending package aimed at advancing the president's economic agenda.

The White House and congressional Democrats both seek to raise taxes on the wealthy and corporations, and strengthen tax enforcement, to support investments in areas such as child care, health care and climate.

But the legislation that the House Ways and Means Committee approved Wednesday raised some taxes by less than Biden had previously proposed, and left out some proposals altogether.

Sep 21 10:42

'Unity' Fail: Has Joe Biden Even Tried To Bring Country Together?

First couple Joe and Jill Biden took a slow bike ride during their weekend in Rehoboth on Sunday as a new survey surfaced revealing more than half of Americans think the country is less united under this administration.

A Fox News poll published on Sunday reveals that 54 percent of listed voters think that the country has become more separated since Biden took office on January 20, 2021, and 37 percent say the country has become "more united."

Only 7 percent of 1,002 respondents believe there has been no change from when Donald Trump was in the White House and after Biden took over – and 3 percent say they don't know.

Sep 21 10:42

TRUE CONSPIRACY: Biden ordered OSHA to hide employer reports of COVID vaccine injuries and side effects

Americans have become so accustomed to our government — our elected leaders and our bureaucrats — lying to us, most people don’t even expect them to be honest with us anymore.

So it doesn’t shock too many people when we discover we’ve been lied to again; what is shocking, however, is why so many of us seem to be okay with it to the point where we’re not willing to demand better people lead us (and then elect them).

In any event, the big lie this time, once again, has to do with the COVID-19 pandemic, because you know, we haven’t been lied to enough about that virus.

Sep 21 10:37

Biden’s UN speech will try to convince member states that ‘America is back’

Joe Biden will make his first speech to the United Nations as president on Tuesday, seeking to “close the chapter on 20 years of war” and begin an era of intensive diplomacy.

Biden will however have to contend with hostility from China, an open rift with France and widespread scepticism among UN member states over his commitment to multilateralism following disagreements over Israel, a chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, and a nuclear submarine deal that took adversaries and allies by surprise.

The White House sees the speech to the UN general assembly as a chance to reclaim the global initiative and convince UN member states that “America is back”, as Biden promised when he took office.

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Good luck with that!

Sep 21 10:24

VIDEO: MSNBC Analyst Says Biden’s Drone Killing Of 10 Civilians ‘Confirms The Rightness And Correctness’ Of Botched Withdrawal

MSNBC Richard Stengel made the bold claim on Monday that the Biden regime’s use of a drone to kill 10 Afghan civilians in a strike that has been classified as accidental actually “just confirms the rightness and correctness” of Biden’s botched and heavily criticized withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Stengel was asked, “It was already a rough patch for the Biden administration to say the least, but where does this mistake leave the White House now, how does it fit into the broader story of Afghanistan?”

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Sep 21 10:03

Biden Gives First Address to UN General Assembly as Some US Alliances Face Tensions

President Joe Biden delivered his first address at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Tuesday morning, declaring that the United States is “back at the table.”

“We’re back at the table in international forums, especially the United Nations, to focus attention and to spur global action on shared challenges,” he told the assembly, emphasizing alliances within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the European Union, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, and others.

Much of his speech was dedicated to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sep 21 09:33

"It's Not The Same Thing": Jen Psaki Asked Why Migrants Walking Across Border Don't Have To Show Vaccine Proof

After the earlier Biden-mandated vaccine requirement for federal workers and all armed forces branches, and with the city of D.C. itself now issuing a vaccine mandate for public school student athletes and child care center staffers, a big segment of the US public is questioning: where will it end? After all, even a potential future requirement to show proof of Covid vaccine to merely travel domestically on an airline is still "on the table" as an "option".

With these stringent and watchful federal, state and local regulations -including masking in some places - being increasingly imposed on American citizens, one might assume at minimum there are vaccine and Covid testing requirements in place for migrants who are now walking across the border, often setting up camps in crowded conditions on the US side of the border. But that would be to assume wrongly, given the following exchange between a Fox White House correspondent and Biden's press secretary Jen Psaki...

Sep 21 09:32

Operation 'Go It Alone': Disenchanted Europeans May Build Their Own Army

The chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal has renewed talk about striking out and leaning less on the U.S. But is it possible?

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Europeans are a moody lot. Whenever they feel neglected by America - meaning most anytime Washington is busy elsewhere - there is much wailing and gnashing of teeth. And endless demands for “reassurance,” as in additional promises to spend and do even more to defend the continent.

Sep 21 08:26

Biden cuts Florida COVID treatments

President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion reconciliation ambitions have just been cut back in a couple of significant ways. This is the latest blow to the Biden agenda.

First of all, his attempt to cram an immigration amnesty into the bill has just been scratched by the Senate parliamentarian. It cannot be included as a taxing and spending measure because it is (big surprise) actually a policy measure.

Meanwhile, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., has come out against the White House’s prescription drug plan. This is good, because it is a very bad idea. But merits aside, it represents yet another area where the White House finds itself failing.

Sen. Joe Manchin has gone further, calling for the reconciliation bill to be put off until 2022. That is equivalent to killing the bill — once the infrastructure bill passes this year, there will be no pressure on moderate Democrats in the House or Senate to cooperate on the massive reconciliation bill.

Sep 21 08:15

Biden directs additional funds to Texas abortion centers, launches new attacks on heartbeat law

The Biden administration took new steps last week to undercut Texas’ life-saving heartbeat law and to prop up abortion businesses amid a near-total abortion ban in the state.

Biden health secretary Xavier Becerra on Friday announced a “three-pronged Department-wide response” to the Texas Heartbeat Act, or SB 8, by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), following Joe Biden’s call for a “whole-of-government effort” against the law.

Becerra said that the HHS will direct additional funding to abortion centers in Texas, including through Every Body Texas, a nonprofit that administers federal “family planning” funds across the state. The funding is intended to respond to an “anticipated increase” in demand for “emergency contraception” abortifacient drugs, according to the HHS.

Sep 21 07:58

US Seeks NATO Cooperation for Surveillance and Potential Airstrikes in Afghanistan

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley met with his NATO counterparts in Greece over the weekend to discuss cooperation on surveillance and potential airstrikes in Afghanistan, what the Pentagon calls “over the horizon capabilities.”

“We are going to talk about over the horizon capabilities and where allies think appropriate that they can make a contribution, we’re certainly open to that,” Milley told reporters ahead of the meeting. “There are opportunities where alliance members may choose to work closely with us on these over the horizon capabilities.”

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I think the American people have had enough Afghanistan for now!

Sep 21 07:39

The Biden presidency is in free-fall

Eight months in and I am perilously close to employing one of the worst political clichés in existence — Joe Biden’s honeymoon is over. You’re not imagining things — the Biden presidency is in a state of free-fall.

This is not a joke. It’s not an overreaction. It’s not about Biden’s opponents pouncing or seizing. Biden’s presidency has a very real chance of completely foundering within its first year. After a promising start where he inherited a vaccination process that was already in progress, albeit briefly, under Trump, his vaccine strategy has stalled to the point of him now demanding mandates on private businesses, a step he assured the electorate he would not take. Last Friday, an FDA panel bucked Biden’s booster rollout program, which was slated to begin this week.

Sep 21 07:19

US Law Authorizes Secretive, National ’Exercises’ Against Public Health ‘Threats’

A 2019 federal law raises concerns that the U.S. government may be engaging in large-scale COVID-19 ‘drills’ without alerting the public.

Previous articles mentioned that leading up to the reported COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. federal government made multiple actions on laws governing pandemics, including U.S. laws governing pandemic preparedness “drills and exercises.”

This article will focus on the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness and Advancing Innovation Act of 2019, which was passed by Congress and signed into law on June 24, 2019, only a few months before COVID-19. That law describes requirements for the National Health Security Strategy 2019-2022.

Sep 21 06:34

DeSantis slams Biden for ignoring 'natural immunity' in vaccine mandates

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday slammed President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates as "not following science" on the natural immunity people acquire from already being infected.

"These mandates, this is not about science," the Republican governor said during a press conference in Alachua County. "Because if it was about science, you would recognize the infection conferred immunity."

Sep 21 06:19

Politics and the Politicization of the US Military

Americans traditionally have been wary of a large permanent military establishment, believing it to be a threat to democratic institutions. This attitude goes all the way back to the Founding Fathers who deliberately kept the army small, preferring to rely on local militia in case of an emergency. This was done to prevent the army from being used to repress the rights of any individual state during the long and ongoing battle over the issue of states’ rights; the echoes of which still reverberate to this very day. The past nine months’ events show how wise this attitude was.

During major conflicts, such as the Civil War and the two World Wars, the military would expand exponentially, only to revert to the size of a constabulary force when hostilities ended. This lasted until the end of the Cold War when our newly established rivalry with the Soviet Bloc compelled us to maintain a large standing military force.

Sep 21 06:16

Biden Proposes Increase in Refugee Admissions to 125K Amid Border Crisis

Thousands of Haitian migrants remain under the International Bridge in Del Rio, Texas, seeking asylum in the United States, as federal authorities have been sending out planes to fly the newcomers away from the already-crowded border.

US President Joe Biden has proposed to Congress that it increase the country's refugee admission cap to 125,000 for the next fiscal year that will begin on 1 October, according to a submitted report released by the State Department on Monday.

Africa and Near East/South Asia, which includes Afghanistan, will be two regions prioritised by the Biden administration, with 40,000 and 35,000 allocation limits assigned, respectively.

Biden also suggested taking in some 15,000 refugees from both East Asia and the Latin America/Caribbean region. Meanwhile, the allocation quota would give only 10,000 spots to newcomers arriving from Europe and Central Asia, while leaving the same number of spaces for “unallocated reserve”.

Sep 21 06:02

Watch: Biden Slammed By Hardcore Dem Over Border DISASTER

The Democrat mayor of Del Rio blasted Biden and Harris over absence at the border, demanding from the duo: 'Where are you?'

Bruno Lozano, the Democrat mayor of Del Rio, Texas, tweeted his dissatisfaction with the Biden administration's apparent disregard for the increasingly untenable situation at the border, one that directly affects his constituents.

In response to a Saturday tweet from President Joe Biden's official Twitter account, Lozano questioned, "Where is the plan to protect our southern border?"

Sep 21 06:01

Australia's Tyrannical Rule Seems Like The Direction Biden Is Taking

Australian police caught 267 demonstrators during anti-lockdown protests Saturday, with 235 of the seizures made in Melbourne and 32 in Sydney.

The Melbourne demonstrators assembled to march against Australia's lockdowns, executed to curb the spread of the delta variant.

During the demonstration, the 700 protesters charged at Australian police, knocking down and crushing several of them. Victoria Police said six officers required hospitalization, according to Reuters .

Sep 21 05:55

‘License to Murder Children?’ Psaki Panned for Bringing Up Biden’s Losses in Kabul Strike Answer

Psaki's statements have stirred a backlash on social media, as many users deemed it was inappropriate to compare Biden's family tragedies and the failures of the US drone program.

Sep 21 05:34

Joe Biden Plans Bringing 10 Times as Many Refugees to U.S. Next Year

President Joe Biden is planning to bring to the United States in Fiscal Year 2022 about 10 times as many refugees as he will have brought this year, the State Department confirmed on Monday.

In May, Biden announced he would raise the refugee resettlement cap to 62,500 refugees for Fiscal Year 2021 — more than four times the cap that former President Trump imposed for the year at about 15,000 refugees.

For Fiscal Year 2022, which begins October 1, Biden will set the cap at 125,000 refugees who can be resettled across the U.S. over the subsequent 12 months, a State Department notice to Congress confirmed. The data projects that the Biden administration will have brought about 12,500 refugees to the U.S. by the end of Fiscal Year 2021.

The cap is merely a numerical limit and not a goal for the State Department to reach.

Sep 21 05:32

White House: Illegal Aliens Do Not Need Proof of Vaccination Because ‘Not Intending to Stay’

The White House conceded Monday they were not requiring border crossers to show proof of vaccination, even though the government requires proof of a vaccine or a negative coronavirus test for other travelers into the United States.

When reporters asked about the apparent double standard on vaccination requirements, White House press secretary Jen Psaki argued that illegal immigrants and migrants crossing the border were not intending to stay in the United States.

“They’re not intending to stay here for a lengthy period of time,” she said, referring to migrants. “I don’t think it’s the same thing. It’s not the same thing.”

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Not intending to stay?!?

Sep 20 11:41

"Why Aren't You Here?" - Democratic Del Rio Mayor Calls Out Biden, Harris For Failing To Visit Border In Crisis

Democratic Del Rio Mayor Bruno Lozano has called out President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for failing to make an appearance at his town as it battles with an overwhelming illegal immigrant crisis that has left Border Patrol agents struggling to process thousands of people.

More than 15,000 illegal immigrants, including Haitian, Cuban, and Venezuelan nationals, have illegally entered the United States in recent days and taken shelter underneath the border bridge connecting Del Rio, a Texas town of about 35,000 people, to Ciudad Acuña, Mexico.

While numerous official figures and congressmen, including Rep. August Pfluger (R-Texas) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), have visited the town, shared images, and urged the Biden administration to take action, both Biden and Harris have been noticeably absent.

Sep 20 08:30

This Never Happened Under Trump, Now Biden Admin Scrambling To Save Face

President Joe Biden’s new opportunity to aid Australia to launch nuclear-powered submarines may have added one alliance in an effort to counter China.

Though for France — which on Friday returned its ambassadors to the United States — the deal might have sent what little trust had been restored after four years under former President Donald Trump, experts said.

As Biden celebrated the new AUKUS pact with Australia and Britain on Thursday, French officials revealed outrage over the deal, which brought that nation's 2016 contract to build submarines for Australia to an unexpected end.

Sep 20 08:14

Biden Administration Warns States Federal Debt Crisis Might Trigger Recession

The Biden administration has issued a warning that the pending federal debt crisis might trigger an economic recession that would affect economic growth and trigger job losses across the United States.

“Hitting the debt ceiling could cause a recession. Economic growth would falter, unemployment would rise, and the labor market could lose millions of jobs,” the White House said in a letter (pdf) to state and local governments that was released Sept. 17.

Arguing that Congress needs to raise or suspend the U.S. debt ceiling, the administration said the debt crisis may affect the country’s recovery after the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic. In July, Congress missed its deadline to suspend or raise the debt limit, prompting several recent warnings from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen that her agency will exhaust its cash reserves.

Sep 20 08:02

FDA Throws Wrench In Biden's Plans As They Reject His 'Promise' To America

An influential Food and Drug Administration advisory board on Friday dismissed an offer to send booster shots of Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccines to the general public, bringing back those plans to unanimously recommend the third shots to people aged 65 and older and other vulnerable Americans.

“It’s likely beneficial, in my opinion, for the elderly, and may eventually be indicated for the general population. I just don’t think we’re there yet in terms of the data,” said Dr. Ofer Levy, a vaccine and infectious disease specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital.

The council voted 16-2 against administering the vaccines to Americans 16 and older, before collectively covering another form of method to administer boosters to older Americans and those at a high risk of experiencing severe illness if they get the virus. That’s previously included people with diabetes, heart disease, obesity and other so-called comorbidities.

Sep 20 08:01

Massive Daily Deportations: Biden Bashed Trump For This Policy, Now It Is His Own

The Biden administration will send thousands of migrants who have gathered under a bridge near a Texas border crossing back to their home nation of Haiti, the Associated Press reported.

The AP cited an official who said that between five and eight flights per day would depart from various cities beginning Sunday, in an effort to relieve the pressure on local and federal officials in the city of Del Rio. It was not immediately clear from which cities the flights will depart from.

Over 13,000 migrants, the vast majority from Haiti, were estimated to have taken shelter under the International Bridge that connects Del Rio with Ciudad Acuna, Mexico as of Friday night — with hundreds more arriving daily.

Sep 20 07:29

France is ‘vital partner & oldest ally,’ US says as Australia ‘regrets’ recall of French envoys over nuclear submarine deal

Washington has insisted that Paris remains a “vital partner” after France recalled its ambassadors from the US and Australia, in protest over the AUKUS nuclear submarine deal that killed a French shipbuilding contract.

“France is a vital partner and our oldest ally, and we place the highest value on our relationship,” State Department spokesperson Ned Price said on Friday, according to Reuters. He added that the US would continue to work to resolve the spat at the senior level in the days ahead, namely at an upcoming UN General Assembly meeting in New York next week.

Sep 20 06:57

Biden beset by leadership woes at home, abroad after eight months in office

Self-inflicted crises are piling up for President Biden.

His leadership suffered severe blows foreign and domestic in rapid succession Friday, including an acknowledgment of a misguided and deadly U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan and mounting chaos on America’s southern border.

“Joe Biden has completely lost control only 8 months in,” tweeted Rep. Andy Biggs, Arizona Republican.

Sep 20 06:56

Biden Asks For Early Macron Talks As Allies Try To Smooth Tensions

The United States and Britain sought Sunday to smooth tensions with Paris over a new security pact with Australia, with US President Joe Biden requesting early talks with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron.

The announcement of the defence alliance, and Australia's related decision to tear up a deal to buy French submarines in favour of American nuclear-powered vessels, sparked outrage in Paris, with Macron recalling France's ambassadors to Canberra and Washington in an unprecedented move.

But on Sunday British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tried to downplay France's concerns about the deal, saying the pact was "not meant to be exclusionary... it's not something that anybody needs to worry about and particularly not our French friends".

Biden has requested a phone call with Macron, French government spokesman Gabriel Attal said, which would happen "in the coming days".

Sep 19 07:29

By Withholding Regeneron, Biden Could Be Sentencing Black People to Death

President Joe Biden’s decision to cut deliveries of monoclonal antibodies to southeastern states, in what critics have called a politically-motivated effort to punish Republican states, could end up sentencing black people to death from coronavirus.

On Tuesday, Politico reported that the Biden administration was going to ration the distribution of monoclonal antibodies from Regeneron, given that “demand from a handful of southern states … accounted for 70 percent of all orders in early September.”

There is no shortage of Regeneron, and the federal government controls the distribution of the drug completely.

The decision came after the administration said that it would not cut supply to those states, and after Biden himself announced last week that “we will increase the average pace of shipment across the country of free monoclonal antibody treatments by another 50 percent.”

Sep 19 07:27

Tucker: Biden finally forced to stop lying

Sep 19 06:01

EXCLUSIVE: Biden Admin Shuts Down All Border Patrol Checkpoints in Laredo Sector

U.S. Border Patrol officials closed all highway immigration checkpoints operating in the Laredo Sector on Friday evening in response to the Haitian migrant crisis unfolding in Del Rio, Texas, according to a source within Customs and Border Protection. The Laredo Sector operates six permanent checkpoints including one of the busiest checkpoints in the nation located on the I-35 Interstate corridor between Laredo and San Antonio.

Laredo Sector Border Patrol highway checkpoints inspect thousands of vehicles daily. Staffing normally reserved for the inspections that result in the seizure of countless migrants and illicit narcotics will be diverted to assist with the care, transport, and processing of more than 10,000 mostly Haitian migrants detained under the Del Rio International Bridge.

Sep 19 05:21

Kadish: Is It Puppeteers Or Puppets In Control In Washington?

It must be the best of times and the worst of times for our nation's enemies.

On one hand they have a President in the White House whose actions are reducing America into some befuddled and diminished world power.

On the other hand our foes are trying to figure out, as are all Americans, who is actually in charge in Washington?

Is it a shadow government of consultants, lobbyists, and Obama retreads?

Or is it really a president who counts success as getting to the presidential helicopter unassisted?

One can envision the intelligence chiefs of our sworn enemies being sternly lectured by their supreme leaders to get to the bottom of it because they can't believe their good fortune that American leadership has fallen so far so fast. It must be a devious trap.

If only that were true.

Sep 19 05:14

Debunking Biden's Claim We Must "Protect The Vaccinated From The Unvaccinated"

The official line on vaccines is that they are extremely effective at protecting against serious illness. And yet, these same people are also claiming that the unvaccinated are a major threat to the vaccinated.

More specifically, President Biden claimed on September 10 that vaccine mandates were to “protect the vaccinated workers from unvaccinated workers.”

In other words, it is claimed that vaccines are remarkably effective, and that the vaccinated must also be protected from the unvaccinated. How can both claims be true at the same time? They can’t. The idea that vaccinated people are being frequently harmed by the unvaccinated is a complete fabrication, based on the pro-mandate crowd’s own mainstream data.

Sep 19 05:13

Biden team ratchets up counter-terrorism talk — but to what end?

The war on terror has been a costly failure, and most of those costs have been borne by the people in the countries where the United States has waged this war.

The 20-year campaign of militarized counterterrorism has succeeded in destabilizing entire regions, wasting trillions of dollars, and killing at least 900,000 people. In the process, it has created conditions that have increased the number of terrorist organizations in the world, and the number of fatalities from terrorist attacks worldwide has risen accordingly.

Sep 19 04:53

Taibbi: Does America Hate The "Poorly Educated"?

It was impossible to mistake the tone of Joe Biden’s announcement of a vaccine mandate last week. It was an angry speech, which started by explaining that “many of us are frustrated with the nearly 80 million Americans who are still not vaccinated,” and went on to announce that “our patience is wearing thin,” and “your refusal has cost all of us.” Biden, not normally one for oratorial effects, even conveyed a sense of barely contained rage by muttering, “Get vaccinated!” as he walked off the stage.

“Enjoying the angry Dad vibes from this Biden speech,” came the cheerful comment of former Justice Department spokesman and MSNBC analyst Matthew Miller:

Sep 17 14:43

Afghanistan: US admits Kabul drone strike killed civilians

The US has admitted that a drone strike in Kabul days before its military pullout killed 10 innocent people.

Sep 17 14:34

PENTAGON ADMITS AFGHAN MASSACRE…

"The US must now commit to a full, transparent, and impartial investigation into this incident. Anyone suspected of criminal responsibility should be prosecuted in a fair trial," said Brian Castner, a senior crisis adviser with Amnesty International's Crisis Response Program.

Sep 17 13:37

In One Sentence, France Just Insulted Biden & Vindicated Trump

The French Embassy in Washington, D.C., canceled a gala to protest being pushed out of a multibillion-dollar deal between the United States and the United Kingdom to support Australia getting nuclear-powered submarines.

Friday’s gala was scheduled to celebrate the long history of diplomatic ties between France and the U.S., but a French official told the New York Times that continuing with the event would be “ridiculous” in light of the pressure.

It was specifically going to mark the 240th anniversary of the 1781 Battle of the Capes, in which the French navy secured sea supply lanes to give goods and weapons the Americans needed to win the Revolutionary War. The party was to take place at the embassy in Washington, D.C., and on a French frigate docked in Baltimore.

Sep 17 06:04

MANDATES

Under America’s legal system, a mandate may be official, but it is not law. Laws are legislated, meaning they are voted upon by elected officials and signed into law by an executive such as a Mayor, Governor or President. Mandates are commands to be obeyed in the eyes of the mandator, and failure to do so may be exasperating to the mandator, but it is not a violation of the law to fail to comply. Non-compliance with a mandate is a good way to thumb your nose at a tyrannical mandator. For all intents and purposes, a mandator is equivalent to a dictator, and America is not, although getting close, a dictatorship. Let us hope and pray that it does not become so.

Sep 17 05:51

Biden’s ‘long overdue’ tax hikes span from Wall Street to Main Street, from superwealthy to smokers

President Biden’s plan for higher taxes on corporations and the wealthy to pay for his $3.5 trillion social welfare expansion so far includes 40 new taxes.

The menu of hikes ranges from doubling the federal tobacco tax to more than $2 per pack to boosting the top income tax rate to 39.6% from 37%, adding up to one of the largest tax increases in U.S. history.

Mr. Biden said Thursday that he’s ready to do more. To justify the taxing spree, he said the wealthiest Americans and biggest corporations skirt their duties to pay for government safety net programs.

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Sep 17 05:36

Tucker: This Biden policy means many more young Americans will die

Sep 17 05:34

Biden Defends The Treasonous General

The top U.S. military officer on Wednesday backed the phone calls he made to his Chinese counterpart in the messy final months of Donald Trump's term, saying the talks were supposed to offer “reassurance” to the Chinese military and were matching his responsibilities as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Some in Congress charged Gen. Mark Milley of having exceeded his authority and pressed President Joe Biden to terminate him, but Biden showed Wednesday he is behind Milley.

Sep 16 14:35

Twilight’s Last Gleaming

Does the government work for us, or do we work for the government? -- Such a question would have been laughable 100 years ago. But today, the government treats us as if we work for it because we have permitted it to do so. We supinely let the federal government right any wrong, regulate any behavior, tax any event, start any war, kill any foe, seize any property and crush any liberty as if our rights came from it, and as if the Constitution had no meaning or authority. -- This is the same government that can’t deliver the mail, fill potholes, stop robocalls, spend within its means, abide by the laws that it has written or follow the Constitution — and Biden wants it to force vaccinate us!

Sep 16 14:22

Leaked Document Shows Biden Sidelining Public To Take Orders From Planned Parenthood

A new leaked document shows the Biden administration flouting the regulatory process in order to push through a massive financial favor to the powerful and lucrative abortion industry that backed Joe Biden’s presidential candidacy with tens of millions of dollars.

Less than two weeks after an already abbreviated period of time for the public to review and comment on the proposed regulatory change, Biden’s Department of Health and Human Services circulated a draft final rule that violates the clear language of Obamacare in order to benefit Planned Parenthood and other corporate abortion interests. The leaked document, dated August 10 and more than 300 pages long, was then sent to the Office of Management and Budget for final approval, according to multiple sources familiar with the federal rule making process. OMB posted confirmation of receipt August 19, a mere 50 days after the major rule change was first proposed to the public.

Sep 16 08:23

Poll: Joe Biden Coronavirus Approval Rating Sinks Underwater After Vaccine Mandates

President Joe Biden’s approval rating on the Chinese coronavirus has sunk underwater after he placed vaccine mandates on mid-sized to large businesses and federal employees and contractors, according to Tuesday’s Quinnipiac University poll.

Only 48 percent of U.S. adult respondents approve of Biden’s handling of the coronavirus crisis with 49 disapproving. In August, those numbers were flipped. Fifty-three percent approved and 40 percent disapproved.

In just one month, Biden’s disapproval rating on coronavirus has jumped nine points while his approval rating has shrunk five points.

The terrible numbers for Biden on his strongest issue going into the 2020 election seems to be due to independents, who marked Biden in the Tuesday poll at a 44 percent approval rating on coronavirus with a 53 disapproval rating.

Sep 16 07:47

France Accuses "Backstabbing" Biden Of Being 'Worse Than Trump' As UK-Aussie Defense Pact Sinks Sub Deal

As it turns out, while President Biden was celebrating yesterday's "historic" security pact between the US, UK and Australia to establish a "partnership" that will help furnish Canberra with US nuclear submarine technology, one American ally was sulking in defeat.

Back in 2016, Australia had signed $40 billion contract with France's Naval Group to build a new submarine fleet to replace the Aussie's aging fleet of Collins subs. But apparently, the new deal with the US and UK makes this deal unnecessary (since Australia will now be getting its subs from the US, not France), essentially stealing a major $40 billion deal out of the mouth of the French defense industry.

Sep 16 07:43

LARA LOGAN DESTROYS BIDEN'S VACCINE MANDATE NARRATIVE

Sep 16 07:35

The U.S. Army’s Iron Dome could be headed to Ukraine

Since taking office, the Biden administration has kept up Washington’s shipments of weapons and training to the Ukrainian military, including $275 million worth of equipment and support packages since March.

But some in Congress are looking to do more and have included an amendment attached to the 2022 defense bill that would pressure the Biden administration to sell or transfer new air and missile defense systems to Ukraine, including potentially sending an Iron Dome battery currently being operated by the U.S. Army.

Included in the House Armed Services Committee’s version of the fiscal 2022 defense policy bill is an amendment requiring the Pentagon to submit a report to Congress outlining options for potentially selling or transferring “existing systems” to Ukraine that are likely not going to be deployed in the near-term.

Sep 16 07:33

China Blasts U.S.' 'Cliques' Before Planned Meeting With Japan, India and Australia

Leaders from the four countries, referred to as the "Quad," will meet next week in person for talks in the interest of "promoting a free and open Indo-Pacific," the Biden administration said.

Taiwan, which China claims as part of its territory, conducted military exercises Wednesday on rural roads to prepare for any possible Chinese attacks on its main airfields. The action comes as China has increased its assertiveness in the East and South China Seas, pushing Taiwan to bolster its defense and the U.S. and allies to bolster cooperation in structuring a sufficient response, the AP reported.

Sep 16 07:09

VIDEO: Biden Detains 5K Migrants Under Texas Border Bridge amid Their Own Excrement

A source within CBP provided Breitbart Texas new video depicting the unsanitary conditions agents and detainees are subjected to at a makeshift camp under the local international bridge. The camp, as of Wednesday, houses more than 4,000 mostly Haitian migrants. The site is used as a temporary detention area due to facility overcrowding in the area. The location is expected to swell to 5,000 inhabitants by the end of the day.

The source, not authorized to speak to the media, says the Border Patrol is not properly equipped to deal with the situation using standard resources. The video shows an area near the camp littered with human excrement. The portable restrooms are not sufficient for the growing crowd size. The number of migrants being held in the camp has risen by more than 1,000 since Tuesday.

Sep 16 06:45

Australians squirm as Biden calls PM 'fellow Down Under'

Australians squirmed Thursday as US President Joe Biden thanked their prime minister for joining a major new defence alliance -- but appeared to forget his name.

Instead of being feted by name for his role in the US-Britain-Australia agreement, Prime Minister Scott Morrison was initially relegated to being "that fellow Down Under".

At a televised White House announcement, Biden was flanked by large video displays of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Australia's Morrison, who each took part remotely.

"Thank you, Boris and... and I want to thank that fellow Down Under. Thank you very much, pal. Appreciate it, Mr Prime Minister," Biden said as he revealed an agreement that will equip Australia with nuclear-powered submarines.

Biden seemed to recover as he then turned to his formal remarks and correctly identified the Australian leader, who had earlier responded to the apparent gaffe with a smile and a thumbs up. But it was too late for some.

Sep 16 06:35

Gantz Says Israel Could Accept a US Return to Iran Nuclear Deal

In an interview with Foreign Policy, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said Israel could accept a revival of a US-negotiated Iran nuclear deal if there are backup plans that involve more sanctions and possible military actions.

“The current US approach of putting the Iran nuclear program back in a box, I’d accept that,” Gantz said when asked about the Biden administration’s Iran strategy. The comment signals a possible shift in Israel’s stance on the Iran nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA, although Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has repeatedly said he is opposed to a revival of the agreement.

Gantz said Israel wants to see a “viable US-led plan B” that includes more economic pressure if the talks fail, although Iran is already under an enormous amount of US sanctions. “Israel has no ability to lead a real plan B, we can’t put together an international economic sanctions regime. This has to be led by the US,” he said.

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