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WashTimes: Bossie: Biden misses his chance to be a consequential president

Decision to embrace socialism will go down as one of the worst calls in the history of the presidency

President Joe Biden let an enormous opportunity slip by — not to be a transformative president — but a consequential one instead. The truth is that America is at an inflection point and Joe Biden is missing his moment.

For starters, Mr. Biden should have acted on his own inaugural address. In the first week of his presidency, he could have invited Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to the White House for a meeting to set the tone for how he was planning to govern with the legislative branch so evenly split.

Mr. Biden could have sat the Republican leaders down in the Oval Office and said what every American knows — we’re a divided country. He could have acknowledged political reality: He won the electoral college by merely tens of thousands of votes out of a record 158 million cast; the Senate is deadlocked at 50-50; and Democrats barely have a governing majority in the House. He could have said in these uncertain times, it’s important that the American people see Democrats and Republicans united, working together.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Buckle up for Biden's next big crisis – our economy is in peril thanks to his radical agenda

Joe Biden has stifled our economy by dishing out unemployment on steroids and with mixed messaging over masks

As Americans begin to move past the COVID-19 pandemic and finally get on with their lives, there’s another crisis on the horizon. This one is of President Joe Biden’s own making.

After more than a year of crushing lockdowns of schools, churches, and our economy, job creators are eager to once again unleash our economic engine and roar into the next decade. Unfortunately, there’s one thing standing in their way: the radical Biden agenda.

As the House and Senate congressional leadership meets with President Biden this week to discuss his misleading "American Jobs Plan," they now have to consider last week’s shocking jobs report and its undeniable implication that the Biden administration is warping the labor market with its counterproductive unemployment incentives and "transformative" socialist initiatives.

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Daily Caller: Bossie: Woke Cancel Culture, Not The Citizens United Decision, Is Responsible For Corporate Activism

Immediately after our victory for free speech was handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, liberals from President Barack Obama to Senator Chuck Schumer said the decision would open the floodgates for big corporations to use their largesse to take over our elections by drowning out the voices of the little guy.  Now, more than 11 years since the landmark decision, this prediction — like many others — simply never transpired.  But the politics of fear and the barrage of outright lies continue nonetheless.

The Democrats' latest effort to overturn Citizens United — H.R. 1 — is deceitfully labeled the "For The People Act." The reality is that H.R. 1 would stifle constitutionally protected free speech and once again tilt power back to entrenched interests in Washington. This is exactly what President Joe Biden, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer desperately want: permanent and total control of government and our lives.

The truth is that corporations do not dominate our elections as a result of the robust free speech rights that were reasserted by the Citizens United decision — although they have a First Amendment right to participate in the electoral process. A report by The Center for Responsive Politics in 2020 found that "Despite fears that elections would be dominated by corporations, the biggest political players are actually wealthy individual donors."

In fact, you'd be hard pressed to find evidence of a big corporation engaging directly in a multi-million dollar independent expenditure campaign to influence an election. It simply doesn't happen and the reason is obvious. The market is always right, so why upset half of your consumers?

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Wash Times: Cheney's messaging not helping to defeat Dems' socialist agenda in the 2022 election

She's making it more difficult to win back Congress

In 2008, conservatives were told to get in line and support Republican nominee John McCain for president. McCain was no conservative and actually went out of his way to thumb his nose at conservatives over policy differences for decades. But conservatives got behind McCain nonetheless because defeating Barack Obama was important to America’s security and prosperity.

In 2012 — once again — we were told to hold our noses and get behind the candidacy of Mitt Romney. Mr. Romney had run as a pro-choice candidate for U.S. Senate in 1994 and was the author of "Romneycare" in Massachusetts but conservatives were implored to redouble their efforts in the name of denying Barack Obama a second term in the White House. Conservatives united around Mr. Romney because it was the patriotic thing to do.

But when Donald Trump — the ultimate political outsider — shocked the world by winning the Republican nomination for president in 2016, the establishment that previously demanded obedience decided that unity wasn't a two-way street. Career politicians and RINOs attacked and ridiculed Mr. Trump wherever and whenever they could. In polite company, they asked how elitists such as themselves could ever support Mr. Trump. Then Mr. Trump won, with the backing of America's forgotten men and women.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden's speech -- top takeaways from president's '100 days' address to Congress

Joe Biden has already proven that his is a different kind of presidency

The Biden Doctrine -- say one thing and do another -- was on full display Wednesday night as President Joe Biden delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress. 

The president tried to come across to members of Congress and a national television audience as a moderate, knowing full well he will be returning to the White House to execute the duties of his office much differently. 

On the heels of his unity-themed inaugural address from 100 days ago -- which now rings completely hollow -- why should the American people expect anything different from this president?

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Wash Times: Bossie: Biden defines his administration by activism and appeasement

America-last crowd cheers president's policies, and he appeases Iran and China by reversing Trump strategies

On the eve of his 100th day in office, President Biden has already defined his administration by activism and appeasement. At home, Mr. Biden has bowed and all but surrendered control of government to the socialist wing of his party.

Abroad, Mr. Biden is working to appease global adversaries like China and Iran by reversing President Trump’s successful maximum pressure and peace through strength strategies. While the radical America-last crowd is cheering, the rest of the country is feeling the brunt of Mr. Biden’s irresponsible policies. From the crisis at the border, to abusive spending, to “reimagining” policing, to threatening to pack the U.S. Supreme Court and impose Green New Deal-like policies, Americans have already had enough.

A recent Washington Post/ABC News poll has Mr. Biden sitting at the third lowest approval rating in recent history for presidents at the 100-day mark of their first term. Just imagine Mr. Biden’s numbers if he didn’t have a sycophantic mainstream media machine protecting him day in and day out. On the campaign trail, Joe Biden asked voters if he looked like a radical socialist and packaged himself as a unifying moderate. We now know that was all concocted. Instead, left-wing extremists are pulling the strings and driving the agenda for the Democratic Party — and Mr. Biden is happy to play the puppet.

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Wash Times: Bossie: Democrats push insidious 'For the People Act' and election integrity will suffer

H.R. 1 — the "For The People Act" — and its Senate companion, S.1, are built on lies. The insidious bill has been making its way through the legislative process, propelled by a false narrative that the White House and their allies in the biased media are all too willing to perpetuate.

Ostensibly, the For The People Act, which passed in the U.S. House without a single Republican vote, is being pushed — if you believe the left's spin — in response to what Democrats say is an unprecedented assault on voting rights taking place in Republican-controlled state legislatures across the country.

This disingenuous storyline was propagated yet again in the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday as the committee met for a hearing to examine the bill. The hearing's title — "Jim Crow 2021: The Latest Assault on the Right to Vote" — even pushes the despicable notion that equates states that are protecting electoral integrity with actual voter disenfranchisement.

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Wash Times: Bossie: Biden's rush to discard Trump-era policies has already backfired

Trump Derangement Syndrome causes Joe Biden to return to weak and feckless Obama foreign policy

It’s become clear that President Biden suffers from Trump Derangement Syndrome and that’s bad news for America’s national security. Mr. Biden is a puppet for his left-wing base and this means reversing as many Trump policies as possible — even if they achieved positive results for America.

This alarming behavior is terrible our country. Why raise taxes, knowing it will hurt our economy? Why stop building the border wall, knowing it will increase illegal immigration? Why give China a free pass for its human rights abuses, knowing it will only embolden them?

Eliminating programs that don’t work is one thing, but throwing out the baby with the bath water is stunning incompetence and a horrible precedent to set. Our country can’t survive if each new administration’s entire existence focuses on undoing an outgoing president’s agenda, regardless if it was successful. This is dangerous and the world is paying close attention.

Former President Trump adopted a doctrine of peace through strength while promoting America First principles on the world stage as his foreign policy. Mr. Trump rebuilt our military and national defense, renegotiated unfair trade deals, utilized our military power wisely and promoted American Exceptionalism around the globe.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden the green radical – 'infrastructure' spending binge tells you this about who's in charge

President Joe Biden has fully embraced his role as a puppet for the radical left.

In August of last year, Biden rhetorically asked the American public: "Do I look like a radical socialist?" Biased media outlets like Politico and the Los Angeles Times took their messaging cues from the Biden campaign, running stories with headlines like "Why Trump’s attempt to tag Biden as a tool of the radical left isn’t working," and "Ignore Trump’s warnings – Biden and Harris are no radicals."

Well, time makes fools of us all, and none more so than the liberal media.

Fresh off the passage of the wasteful $1.9 trillion "COVID relief" bill – less than 10% of which addressed public health mitigation efforts – the Biden administration continues to gaslight the American people with the same strategy for its $2.25 trillion "infrastructure" monstrosity. 

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Fox News: David Bossie: Democrats' China syndrome – this is why they're tough on Georgia, soft on communists in Beijing

Why is it the policy of the left to be tougher on Georgia than the Communists in Beijing?

The American left has a China problem.

As the fascist woke mob continues the politics of personal destruction by punishing the state of Georgia over false allegations about its new voting law, the Biden administration, Major League Baseball, and companies like Coca-Cola and Delta turn a blind eye to China’s human rights abuses and voting crackdowns in Hong Kong. 

This is bizarre behavior and it begs these questions:

Why is it the policy of the left to be tougher on Georgia than the Communists in Beijing? 

If we can’t have a 2021 All-Star Game in Atlanta, can we really have a 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing?

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