How much are you willing to sacrifice for “the future of the liberal world order”? As you will see below, the Biden administration is trying to convince us that supporting the “liberal world order” is far more important than any short-term economic pain that we are experiencing right now.

A new poll just took a sledgehammer to the Biden administration.

A new poll done by the Associated Press shows Biden’s approval rating is at 39% (which means it is probably in the upper 20s) and that 8 in 10 Democrats think the country is headed in the wrong direction.

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The U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) decided that Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm broke the Hatch Act throughout a late 2021 interview.

The OSC announced that Granholm explicitly endorsed Democratic Party candidates throughout an Oct. 6 interview in her official capacity with media outlet Marie Clare, according to a response letter addressed to the Foundation for Accountability & Civic Trust (FACT) on June 9. FACT requested that the OSC investigate the matter soon after the interview was published.

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is being labeled a religious extremist by some after proclaiming in a recent speech that she was “tired of this separation of church and state” in the US. The polarizing lawmaker’s comments came alongside the SCOTUS decision to repeal Roe v. Wade – a move many view as an application of traditional religious values.

Boebert’s vocal exasperation with the separation of church and state has prompted a rebuke from fellow Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-CA), who likened the Colorado Republican’s ideology to that of the Taliban*.

A WalletHub survey of the largest U.S. cities discovered that the top three "worst-run" are primarily controlled by Democrats. 

WalletHub examined the operating efficiency of 150 cities to determine which ones are managed best. They used a "Quality of Services" score of 38 metrics grouped into six service categories (financial stability, education, health, safety, economy, infrastructure, and pollution), which revealed Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and New York City are the worst three.