Jeb Barnes, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences So much for gridlock. President Joe Biden’s US$1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan is moving steadily through a series of crucial votes in the House and Senate. Its progress toward passage is part of a process known as “reconciliation,” […]
Joshua P. Darr, Louisiana State University ; Jeremy Padgett, University of Mobile, and Johanna Dunaway, Texas A&M University Committee assignments are normally a blessing for new House members. But some of today’s newer members, like freshmen Republican representatives Marjorie Taylor Greene and Madison Cawthorn, seem to be more […]
An early spring in New York City sends blossoms through Central Park, but the loopy New York Times claims “a pall of anxiety has descended on the city.” Really?
I’ve believed that the mainstream media news sucks for a long time, but it’s gotten suckier. A recent example pissed me off, even more so because it aligns me with Donald Trump. Thankfully, not for the same reasons.