Morning Jolt: Is Biden Oblivious to a Mounting Economic Disaster?

On the menu today: New numbers indicate that the interrelated problems of inflation, fuel prices, and the supply-chain crisis are getting worse — raising the question of whether the Biden administration realizes how bad the economic outlook is and how ineffective its actions look. Elsewhere, the White House promises that President Biden will get around to taking a physical eventually; a disturbing pattern of the executive branch ignoring the Constitution's checks and balances takes root; and apparently, Gavin Newsom wasn't seen in public from October 27 to November 9 because he really wanted to go trick-or-treating with his kids. As Mark Twain said, "It’s no wonder that truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense."

Inflation and the Supply-Chain Mess Are Getting Really Bad. Is Biden Paying Attention?

It's not that the climate summit, court fights over access to documents related to the January 6 Capitol Hill riot, and Republican infighting in the aftermath of ...

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Is Biden Oblivious to a Mounting Economic Disaster?

On the menu today: New numbers indicate that the interrelated problems of inflation, fuel prices, and the supply-chain crisis are getting worse — raising the question of whether the Biden administration realizes how bad the economic outlook is and how ineffective its actions look. Elsewhere, the White House promises that President Biden will get around to taking a physical eventually; a disturbing pattern of the executive branch ignoring the Constitution's checks and balances takes root; and apparently, Gavin Newsom wasn't seen in public from October 27 to November 9 because he really wanted to go trick-or-treating with his kids. As Mark Twain said, "It’s no wonder that truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense."

Inflation and the Supply-Chain Mess Are Getting Really Bad. Is Biden Paying Attention?

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