The centrist group says it will decide on challenging Biden and/or Trump after Super Tuesday.
If Joe Manchin or Larry Hogan thinks he’ll be elected on a No Labels ticket, he’ll be sorely disappointed.
No amount of third-party/RFK Jr. shaming can erase the fact that Joe Biden is a weak and unpopular incumbent.
The Fiscal Responsibility Act falls well short of solving America's permitting crisis.
It'll be another five years before it's operational.
But it's exactly what they need to start talking about.
If you look closely, you'll find a lot of contradictions.
Inflation fell to 6.5 percent in December, but new House rules ensure that Congress will have to consider the inflationary impact of future spending bills.
Environmentalists, Senate Republicans Unite to Kill Joe Manchin's Plan to Streamline Environmental Review
The West Virginia senator had proposed a series of exceedingly modest tweaks designed to speed up the yearslong environmental review process for new energy projects.
If Sanders and Warren Think Climate Change Is an Emergency, Why Are They Against These Green Energy Reforms?
If climate change is an emergency that requires immediate action, it makes sense to streamline environmental reviews that tangle green energy projects in red tape.
Editor at Large Matt Welch gives a reality check on the new IRS measures inside the Inflation Reduction Act.
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?
Even Democrats are criticizing the bill's unrealistic expectations.
Democrats' Rejection of Permit Streamlining Resolution Doesn't Bode Well for Joe Manchin's 'Side Deal'
The West Virginia senator conditioned his support for the Inflation Reduction Act on reforming federal environmental review laws. His Senate colleagues don't seem so hot on the idea.
Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey surveys the provisions within the recent Inflation Reduction Act aimed at curbing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
A 40 percent cut in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 is possibly achievable.
Plus: The editors each analyze their biggest “I was wrong” moment from past work.
But it will hike taxes, including on Americans earning less than $200,000 annually.
And it also won't help us recover from the recession we're definitely not in.
The proposal reportedly hikes taxes by over $730 billion, with $300 billion of that money to be used for reducing the federal budget deficit.
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The political class still hasn't come to grips with the idea that subsidies don't fight inflation.
Prominent Democrats including Joe Manchin oppose a bad idea whose time has seemingly not yet come.
Wealth isn't held the way many believe it is.
Joe Manchin keeps saying out loud the part that Joe Biden would rather keep quiet.
Biden made some vague promises about deficit reduction during Tuesday's State of the Union address. They don't add up.
Time to stop pretending
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Enough with the budget gimmicks. It's time for Democrats to admit that Biden's proposal is a long, long way from being fully paid for.
"I'm open to supporting a final bill that helps move our country forward, but I'm equally open to voting against a bill that hurts our country," Manchin says.
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Why Biden's $3.5 Trillion Spending Plan Would Be Worse for the Economy Than Manchin's $1.5 Trillion Proposal
Manchin's $1.5 trillion plan is still bigger than the Obama stimulus, and would be a major expansion of government's power to redistribute wealth.
"Spending trillions more on new and expanded government programs, when we can't even pay for the essential social programs...is the definition of fiscal insanity."
Democrats are now relying on the same "dynamic scoring" technique they've previously criticized.
The problem isn’t the GOP or Senate rules. It’s that Democrats can’t agree amongst themselves.
That punishment for reinforcing the delusions that drove the Capitol riot is highly unlikely, and it would set a troubling precedent.
The Fight Over Brett Kavanaugh Is a Preview of a Future In Which All Political Arguments Are Health Care Arguments
Trump's SCOTUS nominee probably won't have an impact on Obamacare. But that won't stop Democrats from making the argument.
Newspaper lets him not
Manchin, who identifies himself as pro-gun rights, has signaled a willingness to back new restrictions
Joe Manchin Complains to MTV About New Reality Show Based in West Virginia, Lack of Serious Programming
Bemoans the lack of substance on MTV without a hint of irony