The Biden climate agenda is the Green New Deal in disguise. For American greens, it’s climate first. For Chinese leaders, it’s China first.
On Saturday’s “Fox News Live,” Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) argued that if there’s a positive from the Omicron variant, it’s that it “created a level of fear that in the long run’s going to be good for the economy and
Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban purchased a small unpopulated Texas town about 60 miles south of Dallas “to help out a friend.”
Democrats are openly arguing that more wage-cutting migrants should be imported to shrink the inflation that is threatening President Joe Biden’s political future.
Police are warning citizens around the country of scam artists who pretend to play the violin at shopping centers and parking lots while an instrumental plays through a speaker.
Sen. Ted Cruz is pushing for reinstating sanctions against Russia for the pipeline it is building to export natural gas to Germany.
A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, the world’s largest shipping company, on Wednesday announced it would pay $1,000 bonuses to each of its 80,000 employees after projecting a record $17 billion in profits for 2021.
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Jose Díaz-Balart Reports,” Rep. Raul Ruiz (D-CA) stated that the November jobs report “is phenomenal news for all of us,” and that “all of our communities are just going to get back to work and
Alfredo Ortiz, president and CEO of the Job Creators Network, called out President Joe Biden over his speech on the economy following the November jobs report. Ortiz said Biden’s speech is evidence of the “complete delusion concerning the actual state of the economy.”
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk recently took a shot at President Joe Biden, suggesting the introduction of an age limit of “just below 70” for elected officials.
Congress has voted to spend $1.6 billion to help cartels deliver children and job-seeking youths to cities and towns around the United States.
Democratic Senators are suggesting they may block the huge green card giveaway to Fortune 500 investors in the Build Back Better bill if the Senate’s parliamentarian rejects their parole amnesty for 6.5 million illegal migrants.
Durable goods orders rose by more than expected but more than all of the growth can be chalked up to rising prices.
Department of Labor Secretary Marty Walsh on Friday reacted to the month of November’s jobs report showing the economy added only 210,00 jobs, and the unemployment rate sank to 4.2%.
The record-breaking November reading for ISM’s services measure was pumped up by inflation and supply chain problems.
Hackers are reportedly sending “antiwork” manifestos to receipt printers at businesses worldwide, taking over the common transaction record to spread their political propaganda.
The establishment media admitted President Biden’s terrible Friday jobs report was a disaster, as the American economy only added 210,00 jobs in November.
Payrolls grew by far less than expected in November.
The European Union will launch a €300 billion global infrastructure project in an apparent attempt to counter Communist China’s Belt and Road Initiative in the race for global influence. The Global Gateway scheme, which aims at investing €300 (£255bn/$340) billion into
The surge in fuel prices across the U.S. over the past year has hit poorer Americans the most, a report published Thursday details.
UPS is laying off hundreds of workers in Atlanta, GA, Chicago, IL, Louisville, KY, and President Joe Biden’s hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Black Lives Matter is calling for supporters to do their holiday shopping at black-owned businesses to “end white-supremacist-capitalism.”
The Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) was blasted on Twitter after sending a post that thanked President Joe Biden for a two-cent decrease in gas prices, despite gas prices rising more than a dollar under his presidency.
The Biden administration on Wednesday blamed the Omicron coronavirus variant for continued economic supply chain woes.
It took six or seven months but now everyone agrees that Bidenflation is persistent rather than transitory.
Biden’s deputies will restart Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” border policy next week — but with many loopholes to help migrants get into Americans’ jobs, according to the Washington Post.
Tech giant Apple has reportedly warned its component suppliers that demand for the iPhone 13 lineup has weakened leading into the holiday season.
Seventy-one percent of lower-income households are suffering while 63% of Democrats say they have suffered no hardship at all.
Tech giant Facebook has lifted restrictions on users praising or searching for the name of Kyle Rittenhouse after he was acquitted of all charges.
The World Bank is “exploring ways” to bypass U.S. sanctions on the Taliban so that it may redirect roughly $500 million from an Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF) to United Nations (U.N.) aid agencies, Reuters reported on Monday citing “people familiar with the plans.”
The labor market is starting to look normal. So why is the Biden administration still pushing for a huge expansion of government spending?
Major oil producers began meeting Thursday to decide on output levels from January, with a freeze possible as the Omicron coronavirus variant rattles the markets. The OPEC+ alliance led by Saudi Arabia and Russia has so far resisted US-led pressure
TOKYO (AP) — Japan has asked international airlines to stop taking new reservations for all flights arriving in Japan until the end of December as the country further tightens its border controls against a new coronavirus variant, the transportation ministry
Inflation within the Eurozone hit nearly 5 per cent in November, the highest level recorded since the Euro was introduced in 1999.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a self-described socialist, has remained silent as corporate special interests seek to dramatically shift the nation’s legal immigration system for their benefit.
Democrats and billionaire executives for giant tech corporations are urging the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to keep illegal aliens, enrolled in former President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, in American jobs.
On the first day of Parag Agrawal’s tenure as Twitter CEO, the company banned the sharing of private photos or videos without consent. Sounds like a good policy, doesn’t it? Except the details are so vague, the ultimate outcome will be the banning of anyone who exposes individuals the establishment likes, while corporate media will be free to dox at will.