Some VERY ugly numbers for Democrats are, like our current inflation problems, probably not "transitory" no matter how much the intelligentsia tell us they are. Given that Biden clearly sees the numbers why does he persist in pushing ahead with a "transformational" agenda that, pace Jen Psaki, 81 million Americans most certainly did not vote for...not even counting the 74 million who voted for Donald Trump. Quoting from USA Today: "A year before the 2022 midterm elections, Republicans hold a clear lead on the congressional ballot as President Joe Biden's approval rating sinks to a new low of 38%. A USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll, taken Wednesday through Friday, found that Biden's support cratered among the independent voters who delivered his margin of victory over President Donald Trump one year ago."
They all know this. So why are they still going down this radical road? I don't think they really believe they'll be rewarded by voters, but that could be a small piece. For example, Obamacare was unpopular until it eventually was popular-ish.
But I think I understand what's going on and it's laid bare by this story: Inside Biden’s private chat with historians about his FDR mentality - Axios
Kendall Qualls is a former US Army captain (in field artillery) and is the founder of TakeCharge MN, based in Minnesota but with national ambitions to push back HARD against Critical Race Theory by working "to inspire and educate black and other minority communities of their full rights and privileges as Americans granted to them by the Constitution." See their great message in the video at the bottom of the page.
Heidi Ganahl is an entrepreneur, University of Colorado regent, and Republican candidate for Governor of Colorado. We'll talk about how she perceives the situation in Colorado right now across a range of issues and the state of the race for governor at this very early stage.
Maybe the hardest-working guy in media, Fox News' Brian Kilmeade co-hosts "Fox and Friends" in the morning, hosts his own daily radio show, and writes best-selling American histories. His newest book, "The President and the Freedom Fighter" is the latest of those, telling the stories of the parallel, and (unlike parallel lines) occasionally intersecting, paths of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass.
Et tu, San Francisco Chronicle?
If you're a far-left politician from California and a major San Francisco newspaper/web site is making fun of your political prospects, you know you have a problem.
Kamala Harris has a comically bad approval rating, poll finds (sfgate.com)
ICYMI: A life possibly saved by a hand signal
This is what motivates voters, and it's a huge problem for Democrats right now
I wish these numbers surprised me
I bet this sells for more than $500,000
Rare first Apple computer to be auctioned for estimated $500,000 | TheHill
(Do you remember using cassettes to load computer programs?)
From TakeCharge MN and our earlier guest Kendall Qualls, this is a powerful message that I hope can get some traction among its target audiences.