Ruhle Blames The Media For Lack Of Confidence In Biden's Economy
MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle is not if not consistent in her efforts to blame the news media for the lack of confidence in the economy. On Friday’s The 11th Hour, Ruhle claimed that “we instilled this fear and unhappiness in people” right before going on to blame consumers for inflation.
CNN Calls Debt Ceiling Talks a ‘Philosophical’ and ‘Irrational Fight’
Politicians continued to negotiate the debt ceiling on Wednesday and Thursday but still have not reached a consensus. CNN This Morning anchors and correspondents believed the discussion surrounding the debt ceiling was unnecessary and destabilized the world economy and called Republicans’ efforts to curb America’s spending an “irrational fight.”
CNBC’s Kernen Takes Lefty Senator to School Over Debt Ceiling Blame
CNBC anchor Joe Kernen was fed up with Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse’s (D-RI) attempts to shift blame for the ongoing debt ceiling debacle in Congress.
Ron DeSantis on the Dangers of a Central Bank Digital Currency
President Joe Biden and the media are excited about something new: a Central Bank Digital Currency, or CBDC. It’s a currency like Bitcoin, except controlled by the federal government. Not everyone is a fan. “Sometimes government does things that may appear to be benevolent but really are kind of like a wolf in sheep’s clothing,” says Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in my new video. “This is a wolf…
Scarborough: GOP Debt Plan Would Make Cars, Trains, Food Supply Unsafe
MSNBC’s Morning Joe co-host Joe Scarborough showed how far gone he is from being a Republican (and instead a Democrat) when he tag-teamed with former Obama official and Morning Joe analyst Steven Rattner that, if Republicans get their way on government spending and debt, cars and trains could be more at risk of crashing and falling apart, food-borne illnesses could skyrocket…
Did Harvard’s Larry Tribe Really Just Advise Biden to Ignore Law?
Harvard Law School’s bonafide leftist Laurence Tribe didn’t see the ethics issue in advising President Joe Biden to ignore standing law on the debt ceiling in order to … uphold the law.
Americans, Not Conservatives, Strike Back Against Wokeism
Conservative activists are excited about the boycott of Bud Light. Anheuser-Busch, the beer maker, branded a can of Bud Light for a transgender activist, Dylan Mulvaney. Mulvaney, biologically male, celebrated his first year living as a “woman.” The week a transgender activist murdered six people in Nashville, Tennessee, Bud Light produced its Mulvaney-themed can. The backlash started.
Ruhle Defends Biden on Hunter, Mourns Unpopularity Despite 'Wins'
MSNBC host of The 11th Hour and Joe Biden fan Stephanie Ruhle sat down with Biden on Friday for an interview where she wondered why “despite all these wins,” his poll numbers remain terrible and defended him on the controversies surrounding son Hunter.
Thank Milton Friedman for the Rise Support for School Choice
WASHINGTON — Who is buried in Grant’s Tomb? Actually, Ulysses S. Grant is buried in Grant’s Tomb, which comes as a bit of a surprise to young Americans educated in our modern educational factories, all airconditioned, with counselors on every floor and armed guards patrolling the halls. Also, there are psychiatrists on duty daily for troubled students who may have encountered a rude word in…
Scathing Report Shows Bing’s Leftist Bias Just as Awful as Google’s
A new study just obliterated any doubts that Microsoft’s Bing is just as leftist and radical as its top competitor Google.
DERP: CNN Can’t Decide Whether Recession Is Coming or Not
CNN apparently can’t get its talking points in order after wantonly lecturing people to “chill” with the recession talk back in February.
Inside Paul Krugman's Shameless Biden Economy Flip-Flop
The so-called ‘Biden boom’ that New York Times economics columnist Paul Krugman has repeatedly foretold clearly never materialized. Now, he’s desperately trying to move the goalposts.
Networks Yawn at Anemic 1st Quarter GDP Report, Obsess Over Weather
On Thursday, Americans awoke to yet another sign our economy is barreling toward a recession caused by reckless government spending and 40-year-high inflation as the U.S. Commerce Department reported that the U.S. economy grew at a pathetic 1.1 percent in the first quarter of 2023. This is well below the two percent growth economists were expecting, and a far cry from the 2.6 percent GDP…