Biden Administration

Already American Citizens

Featured image “President Joe Biden is taking executive action to protect undocumented spouses of American citizens,” NBC reports, “a move that would shield about 500,000 immigrants from deportation.” As legal immigrants and legitimate citizens should know, this is old news. “You know, 11 million people live in the shadows. I believe they’re already American citizens,” said Vice President Biden in 2014.  As he had to know, according to current law they aren’t American »

Biden’s Gender Fantasy Takes Another Hit

Featured image In April 2024, Joe Biden’s Department of Education, in response to an executive order by Biden, issued amended regulations implementing the Education Amendments Act of 1972, commonly known as Title IX, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs. These new regulations essentially incorporated the entire far-left “trans” ideology and imposed it as a matter of federal law. Among other things, the regulations force women to share »

Blood on Biden’s Hands

Featured image How many Americans have been assaulted, raped, maimed or murdered by illegals who have streamed into our country at the invitation of Joe Biden’s open border policies? No one knows, but it is safe to say that Rachel Morin is one among many. Morin, a 37 year old mother of five, went for a run in Harford County, Maryland. She was waylaid by Victor Martinez Hernandez, who raped, viciously beat, »

Pier Today, Gone Tomorrow

Featured image The Biden administration spent more than $300 million to construct a pier on the Gaza shore, intended to facilitate provision of supplies to Hamas. Which is itself, of course, a terrible idea. But things have not gone well: NEW Lifespan of Biden’s $320 million pier: May 17: Biden’s pier opens May 21: “No aid from pier has been delivered to broader population” May 28: Pier ops suspended after piece breaks »

From San Bernardino to Gaza

Featured image “On Oct. 7, Hamas committed a brutal massacre of 1,200 innocent people and abducted 250 hostages,” Vice President Kamala Harris told the Michigan Democratic Party on Saturday.  “Thankfully, four of those hostages were reunited with their families tonight. And we mourn all of the innocent lives that have been lost in Gaza, including those tragically killed today.” Harris did not name hostages Noa Argamani, Almog Meir Jan, Shlomi Ziv, and »

America’s Guided Democracy

Featured image On Thursday, during the Celtics-Mavericks playoff game, Joe Biden ran an ad attacking Donald Trump and claiming “the promise of American democracy will not break.” As viewers may have noted, “American democracy” marks a shift from “our democracy,” a euphemism that derives from the composite character David Garrow described in Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama. In 1965, his mother Ann Dunham married Indonesian student Lolo Soetoro, and in »

Mandate of heaven

Featured image Like every regulator grant of power to the administrative agencies of the executive branch, the agency has grabbed the power and expanded it beyond its original intent. Take the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards imposed by the Department of Transportation/National Highway Traffic Safety Administration — please. The origin of federal fuel economy standards dates to the oil embargo of 1973-1974 imposed by Arab members of the Organization of the »

Insane asylum

Featured image If a frank enemy of the United States had taken over the executive branch of in January 2021, he would not have conducted himself one whit differently than Joe Biden, his administration, and his Democratic enablers in Congress and the media. From his first day in office Biden garishly repealed every border control that President Trump had worked up to stem the tide of illegal immigration. Biden put out the »

Trans.Gov.Con [With Comment by John]

Featured image Last month Joe Biden nominated magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. In 2022, Netburn recommended that serial child rapist William McClain, who calls himself July Justine Shelby, be sent to a women’s prison. Netburn described the six-foot-two rapist as  “sober and entirely a female,” which piqued the interest of Sen. John Kennedy. “That phrase struck me as remarkable,” Kennedy said. »

What about me?

Featured image Today Chairman Joe announced that he is canceling $7.7 billion in student debt for 160,000 borrowers. NBC’s Peter Alexander posed a good question to White House press secretary KJP at the White House press briefing. “What is the White House’s message to those Americans who did not attend college, for a variety of reasons perhaps, including perhaps they didn’t want to take all the debt that went with it…” REPORTER: »

Down With Coal?

Featured image The Biden Administration is determined to limit America’s production of fossil fuels, of which we have the largest supply in the world. This will transition us from a position of energy independence, and potentially energy dominance, into a position of subservience to the Chinese Communist Party, on which we will depend for the vast quantities of materials that are needed for wind turbines, solar panels and batteries–which we will not »

The Nine-Percent Solution: A sequel

Featured image President Biden has taken to asserting on more than one occasion that inflation stood at 9 percent when he took office. The statement sems to call for a follow-up question on the source of his misinformation, as they put in the Censorship Industrial Complex that he heads. But no, we have been left hanging. Students of ancient history may recall that inflation rate was actually 1.4 percent when Biden took »

Quotations from Chairman Joe

Featured image In an interview with Yahoo Finance yesterday President Biden claimed yet again that inflation stood at 9 percent when he took office: “I think inflation has gone slightly up. It was at 9 percent when I came in and it’s now down around 3 percent.” Washington Post Fact Check artiste Glenn Kessler wanders around Biden’s iterations of this falsehood with astounding verbosity. The verbosity delays his assignment of Four Pinocchios »

Noem Versus Nidal

Featured image South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, a possible VP choice, continues to take heat for gunning down a vicious canine. That invites a look at Vice President Biden’s response to a mass shooting of American soldiers by U.S. Army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Hasan, who billed himself as a “soldier of Allah.” On November 5, 2009 at Fort Hood, Maj. Hasan yelled “Allahu akbar” and blasted away with two handguns. He shot »

We Are Screwed

Featured image This happened a week ago, but I just saw it courtesy of Christopher Monckton on Watts Up With That?: Here is perhaps the most spectacular instance of invincible ignorance I have come across in a long career studying this phenomenon and working to prevent its weaponization and deployment by those who mean harm to democracy. Here is a verbatim clip from a recent interview. Your mission, should you choose to »

Signer of the Times

Featured image Joe Biden has been called as a waxworks effigy of a president, sock puppet, bobblehead and so forth. Those descriptions are all valid, but there’s a better way to view the Delaware Democrat now occupying the White House. Consider the experience of the composite character president David Garrow charted in Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama. During Obama’s eulogy of Nelson Mandela on December 10, 2013, South African interpreter »

Al Gore, Statesman?

Featured image Until I saw Lloyd Billingsley’s post, I hadn’t realized that Joe Biden awarded Al Gore, among others, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The White House’s press release is here. This year’s recipients were the usual mixed bag, but I want to focus specifically on Gore. This is what Gore’s citation says: Al Gore is a former Vice President, United States Senator, and member of the House of Representatives. After winning »