Tag:President Joe Biden

  • Joe’s dirty dozen…so far

    When former president Barack Obama warned us about Joe Biden, he did it in no uncertain terms. He said (and since this is a family publication, I’ll edit as necessary) that we were never to underestimate Joe’s ability to mess things up. “Mess” is the kind word for the f-bomb…

  • Biden is killing Democrats. NCGOP can’t get in the way.

    Between now and next November, if North Carolina Republicans are talking about anything other than President Biden’s long list of failures they are doing themselves no favors. While Biden’s failures are mounting, and since the policies aren’t sound, Republicans just need to stay out of their own way. The October…

  • The Biden angst

    A lot of this angst is fueled by a truth many Americans have or should have known all along – the government is ill-equipped to solve most problems in society.

  • Do limousine liberals control the Democratic Party? 

    Believe it or not, the “limousine liberal” tag was first used by a Democrat to describe a Republican in a New York City mayoral campaign during the late 1960s. Back then, the Democratic Party was still largely cemented as America’s working-class party. Today, it’s an entirely different story. Few…

  • After Afghanistan, our veterans need continued support

    President Biden’s incompetent handling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan was challenging to watch. The American people are rightly outraged by the abject weakness displayed by the president and his advisors. No community feels this pain more acutely than America’s veterans, especially those who served in Afghanistan. For two decades,…

  • Biden and Walter Jones offer striking contrast on Afghanistan

    The late U.S. Rep. Walter Jones, a N.C. Republican, ended his speeches on the House floor about the pitfalls of Afghanistan by asking God’s blessing and protection for our service members. After 20 years in the war-torn country, U.S involvement in Afghanistan ends just as Jones predicted. Yet, one wonders…

  • North Carolina is leading by example with conservative budgeting

    At $6 trillion, President Joe Biden’s first budget calls for an unprecedented level of federal spending. Republican members of Congress who criticize the president’s plan are understandably reminded by Democrats that the GOP did not do much to resist—and even contributed to—excessive government spending during President Donald Trump’s time in…