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22 May 2023
Does the White House even want a deal?
Despite the left’s refusal to negotiate, Politico reports that President Biden has “prioritized deal-making” in the debt limit talks. *Checks notes* Back in January, the White House pushed the House to “show us your plan” and provide a debt limit proposal before they would even consider negotiating. When the House majority passed a bill to […]
9 May 2023
New poll confirms White House still clueless in debt ceiling battle
Despite facing criticism on multiple fronts, President Biden still refuses to negotiate on the debt ceiling. According to a new poll by America’s New Majority Project, 60.7% of voters agree that Biden and the Senate should negotiate a compromise with Speaker McCarthy to avoid an economic catastrophe, while only 26.8% disagree.  Their poll also found that most Americans actually want government to cut spending […]
22 April 2023
Earth to White House: Proposed savings and repealing IRS agents are actually popular with voters!
As the debt ceiling battle heats up, Biden’s negotiating strategy (or lack thereof) is losing steam. The Washington Post reports the Biden administration is still refusing to cut spending in exchange for raising the debt ceiling. They write: “One person familiar with the White House’s thinking, speaking on the condition of anonymity to describe internal […]
Energy
30 March 2023
Gluesenkamp Perez and Golden vote for H.R. 1 following AAN ad campaign
Following American Action Network’s major energy advocacy campaign, Marie Gluesenkamp Perez and Jared Golden flipped to support H.R. 1. Passing the House with bipartisan support, this commonsense legislation would make life more affordable for all Americans and fortify our national security by cutting the red tape that’s stopping American energy production. “It’s good to see that […]
Energy
30 March 2023
Peltola votes against lowering energy costs & fortifying American national security
Mary Peltola just voted against House Republicans signature energy bill that will make life more affordable for all Americans and fortify our national security by cutting red tape that’s stopping American energy production. The commonsense legislation passed the House with bipartisan support, leading to even more questions why Rep. Peltola would vote against it. How […]
30 March 2023
Caraveo votes against lowering energy costs & fortifying American national security
Yadira Caraveo just voted against House Republicans signature energy bill that will make life more affordable for all Americans and fortify our national security by cutting red tape that’s stopping American energy production. The commonsense legislation passed the House with bipartisan support, leading to even more questions why Rep. Caraveo would vote against it. How […]
Energy
30 March 2023
Kildee votes against lowering energy costs & fortifying American national security
Dan Kildee just voted against House Republicans signature energy bill that will make life more affordable for all Americans and fortify our national security by cutting red tape that’s stopping American energy production. The commonsense legislation passed the House with bipartisan support, leading to even more questions why Rep. Kildee would vote against it. How […]
Energy
30 March 2023
Wild and Cartwright vote against lowering energy costs & fortifying American national security
Susan Wild and Matt Cartwright just voted against House Republicans signature energy bill that will make life more affordable for all Americans and fortify our national security by cutting red tape that’s stopping American energy production. The commonsense legislation passed the House with bipartisan support, leading to even more questions why Reps. Wild and Cartwright […]
Energy
30 March 2023
Nickel votes against lowering energy costs & fortifying American national security
Wiley Nickel just voted against House Republicans signature energy bill that will make life more affordable for all Americans and fortify our national security by cutting red tape that’s stopping American energy production. The commonsense legislation passed the House with bipartisan support, leading to even more questions why Rep. Nickel would vote against it. How […]