Jen Psaki admitted that most of the federal funds designated for schools in the Biden administration’s COVID bill will not be spent in 2021.
As Biden prepares to jam a $1.9 trillion COVID spending package through Congress, more than $1 trillion of previous coronavirus funds is sitting unused.
Senate Democrats likely lack the votes to pull off a major rules change. Still, the fact so many want to do so speaks to the radical nature of their goals.
While President Joe Biden has said to want to open schools within his first 100 days, he has proposed a $130 billion stimulus bill for K-12 schools that would not address the issue.
After Republicans refused $2K stimulus checks, a politically costly move, they tossed out their convictions to talk to Biden about his $1.9 trillion proposal.
Suzi LeVine’s department in Washington state lost hundreds of millions of dollars to a long-known Nigerian scammer group called “Scattered Canary.”
Subsidize something — get more of it. Expect the Biden economy to have additional unemployment, increased poverty, and lower incomes for a longer period.
The Barstool Fund is a perfect example of why private-sector support is more effective, efficient, and trustworthy than big government.
Under the now-voided rule, distilleries would have been forced to shut down production of hand sanitizer and pay a government fee.
Even during the COVID-19 pandemic and darkest days of 2020, Americans proved their benevolence and generosity in ways the government never could.
President Trump had supporters waiting in the wings to fight for him and for the American people. Now, the swamp has gotten exactly what it wanted.
Trump is going out proving that he meant it when claiming since his political entrance in 2015 he has no use for the beltway elites.
Federalist Senior Editor Chris Bedford railed against the coronavirus relief package passed by Congress this week, threatened with veto by the president.
The prohibitively long and oddly complex document that bails out states that have decided to harm their own citizens contains ridiculous provisions with no connection to the pandemic.
President Trump threatened to veto the latest bipartisan coronavirus relief package Tuesday night, railing against legislation he branded a ‘disgrace.’
Vice President Joe Biden said of COVID-19 on Tuesday in a public address that ‘Our darkest days are ahead of us, not behind us.’ Nice to know.
No small business could’ve prepared for this. Washington needs to give small businesses a genuine, real chance to survive.
Michigan Democratic Rep. Elissa Slotkin pledged on CNN not to go home without a deal in Congress to pass another round of coronavirus stimulus.
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