April 22, 2022
Biden Is Slowing America Down 🚗
President Biden said the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill he signed last fall was a “monumental step forward for the nation.” In reality, not so much. Especially since he just made it even harder and more expensive to build America’s roads, bridges, and pipelines.
This week, the Biden administration rolled back a Trump-era policy that sped up environmental reviews for new infrastructure. What does that mean? Now, it’s not enough to make sure a pipeline won’t pollute a river. Builders might also need to show whether the oil it pumps would increase gas emissions 30 miles away. Studies like that can add nearly five years and upwards of $4 million to a project. And who does that help? The liberal activists who want to slow down new infrastructure, not the everyday families who rely on it most.
Instead, Joe Biden should listen to conservatives’ plans to speed our country up—like stopping union handouts or slashing the red tape that holds back new projects. These are the real solutions Americans want—ones that make their lives better, not worse.$1.2 trillion infrastructure bill
→ Read more: President Biden just made infrastructure even more expensive (Washington Examiner)
→ Read more: Inflation threatens to undercut Biden’s infrastructure plans (Fox Business)
No Woke Medicine 🩺
Look at medical research and its 2,700 recent papers on “racism and medicine.” It’s no surprise that doctors were burning out long before COVID—studies like these wrongly accuse them of giving bad care to minority patients. This wokeism is infecting doctors’ offices, too. Starting this year, the Biden administration is effectively bribing physicians to make decisions about care based largely on a patient’s race.
Let’s be clear: turning healthcare into a woke game isn’t just discriminatory, it’s dangerous. As a doctor fighting this alarming trend said: “We want to stop this infiltration of politics in the healthcare system…” We couldn’t agree more.
→ Read more: Keep politics out of the doctor’s office (Wall Street Journal)
→ Read more: All but two of top 25 medical schools re