Democrats told themselves the trillions in new spending they were passing under President Joe Biden would prove a huge winner come Election Day 2022. Oops.
America’s gross national debt exceeded $31 trillion for the first time on Tuesday, a grim financial milestone that arrived just as the nation’s long-term fiscal picture has darkened amid rising interest rates.
In a surprise move, the Biden administration limited eligibility for its previously announced student loan jubilee—potentially leaving up to four million borrowers expecting relief out to dry.
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“The sheriff of Spokane, Washington, is calling for action from Democratic officials who have let the state’s second-largest homeless encampment ‘spiral out of control,’ according to a Wednesday video posted on Twitter.”