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So much for the idea that low interest rates meant the government could borrow endlessly with no consequences.
But Biden can't forgive billions of dollars in student loans if the COVID-19 national emergency is over.
The White House is giving $1.5 billion in INFRA grants to entities that either don't approve new housing or are actively opposed to making it easier to build.
If the pandemic is over, then how is the supposed emergency move justified?
Under the new regulations, Title IX investigators can deny students access to the evidence against them.
A new Cato report sheds light on "jawboning," or attempts by state actors "to sway the decisions of private platforms and limit the publication of disfavored speech."
James Taylor croons while the stock market burns after another ugly report on inflation.
Even as gas prices continued to tumble, rising prices for food and housing pushed inflation higher in August and proved that prices aren't cooling off yet.
A Young Joe Biden Mocked Gerald Ford's 'Whip Inflation Now' Slogan. Now He Faces His Own Inflation Mess.
During his own inflation crisis, President Ford called on the American public to do their part through personal fiscal discipline.
The current president becomes what he criticizes by delegitimizing opposition.
Noted environmental law scholar Richard Revesz will be nominated to head the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
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New poll shows majority of Americans oppose student loan forgiveness once they become aware of the obvious tradeoffs involved, like higher inflation and rising tuition prices.
Why Won't the Biden Administration Join Gorsuch in Seeking To Overrule These Racist SCOTUS Precedents?
The Insular Cases “rest on a rotten foundation,” Gorsuch wrote.
When taxing authorities get more resources and power, they will find ways to make everyone pay more.
The administration is creating a system where everyone involved in higher education has an incentive to fleece the American people.
The proper response to one failed bailout is not another bailout of a different group.
The Student Loan Debate Isn't Just About Money. It's About the Experiences Students Like Me Sacrificed.
Many college graduates who made strategic choices to avoid taking on debt are now wondering if those sacrifices have put them ahead after all.
Tariffs are a regressive tax that have driven inflation higher and harm poorer families the most.
Biden's debt forgiveness will do absolutely nothing to change the incentive system that created this doom spiral in the first place.
Biden's plan to forgive nearly $300 billion in student loan debt will disproportionately help affluent Americans.
"Student loan relief would lead some people to spend more," warns Obama economic advisor and Harvard economist Jason Furman
Unsurprisingly, wealthier Americans will be the prime beneficiaries of the White House's soon-to-be-announced student loan forgiveness scheme.
Little, if any, of the $2.2 billion in RAISE grants have gone to jurisdictions proactively deregulating housing construction.
Democrats Attempt To Boost Midterm Fortunes by Pitching Inflation Reduction Bill That Won't Reduce Inflation
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America gets about 42 megawatts of power from offshore wind. Another 18,000 megawatts are currently tied up in permitting battles.
But it will raise taxes and sic thousands of new IRS agents on American households.
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One year after the U.S. withdrawal, tens of thousands of Afghans who assisted American forces are still stuck under Taliban rule.
Congress Just Passed the Inflation Reduction Act. It Will Hike Taxes on Some Middle-class Households.
It also spends billions on new green energy programs, and it lets the IRS hire 87,000 new agents.
Media "fact-checkers" are taking administration promises at face value and using them to bludgeon Republicans.
Brayton Point was a coal-fired plant that tried to clean up its act. Protesters and politicians demanded its closure. A new offshore wind project won't be sufficient to replace it.
IRS Controversially Claims Hiring 87,000 New Agents Won't Mean Higher Audit Rate for the Middle Class
So why do Democrats keep equivocating on the point that households making under $400,000 may be targeted for more audits by an expanded IRS?
Prices for food and housing continued to rise but were offset by lower gas and energy prices.
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Congress has added $2.4 trillion to the long-term deficit since President Joe Biden took office. Now they want credit for reducing the deficit by $300 billion?
Perhaps not coincidentally, the makeup of the Democratic Party has recently been trending toward high-earning professionals.
Supervised facilities aim to make a dent in the dramatic increase in overdose deaths.
Political scientist David Leal explains why conservatives should reject efforts to compel states and localities to help enforce federal laws these jurisdictions oppose.
Senators allege Bureau of Prisons officials turned a blind eye to rapidly deteriorating conditions at the U.S. Penitentiary in Atlanta.