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The Washington Times

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Americans will suffer from Biden and Democrats’ latest uninformed decisions

Government leaders often fail to understand what information is needed, and they often ignore it for political reasons

Biden weighing ‘mileage tax’ on drivers, Buttigieg says: ‘I think that shows a lot of promise’

U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Friday President Biden is weighing a “mileage tax” on drivers as a way to help pay for his forthcoming infrastructure plan...

Biden planning executive actions on guns, White House says

President Biden is preparing executive actions that seek to combat gun violence.

‘Cinderella’ canceled at Minnesota theater over ‘98% white’ cast

A Minneapolis-area theater announced the cancellation of its upcoming production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” over concerns the cast was too white.

White House: No individual making less than $400K will pay more in taxes

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday that neither individuals nor families earning less than $400,000 per year will see their taxes increase under President Biden’s tax plans.

Democrats raise red flags over Biden’s pricey rescue package

Congressional Democrats sounded the alarm Tuesday over key parts of the $1.9 trillion relief package they just voted for, saying they’re concerned the Biden administration isn’t doing enough to get checks out the door quickly to families and small businesses.

China threatens U.S. over sanctions: ‘They will pay a price for their ignorance and arrogance’

China on Tuesday threatened retaliation against the U.S. over sanctions that targeted Beijing’s alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang province, with top Chinese officials vowing that America and its allies “will pay a price for their ignorance and arrogance.”

Biden eyes executive action to impose new gun-control measures

President Biden is considering executive action to force new gun-control measures and avoid a gun-debate logjam in Congress, the White House said Tuesday.

Unintended consequences: Dems rush to fix mistakes in relief package

President Biden says “the devil is in the details” of his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. Turns out, there are a lot of details.

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