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Libertarian: the democrats are the party of the “Karens”

As President Biden’s approval ratings have risen with non-white voters, the Democratic Party is increasingly dominated by liberal white women who signal virtue with suburban lawn signs, then bite people. in supermarkets to pull their masks off their noses, “scolds The Hill’s Kristin Tate – that is,” the Democratic Party risks becoming a party of ‘Karens’. “Although Dems” has worked to build an electoral base made up of minorities and unmarried women, “polls show” Hispanic and black voters are dropping out of the party “as many are affected by” soaring inflation, anti-business COVID measures and exploding crime rates in urban areas sparked by a year of left-wing measures. This leaves Dems only “its most consistent members: single, graduate white women.”

Urban pace: Outrage Biz at New York injection sites

“The establishment of supervised drug injection sites in two New York City neighborhoods has, as you might expect, angered business owners and residents in the area,” observes Zachary Evans of National. Review. “The two sites, located in Washington Heights and East Harlem, are the first of their kind in the country. They provide clean syringes and overdose prevention services to drug addicts, who bring drugs in from outside. A store owner near the Washington Heights injection site says there are “needles on the sidewalk all the time” and customers are “scared of drug addicts” standing in front of the store. But “whether communities are comfortable or not, government officials seem ready to try real-world overdose prevention centers” because “the United States is suffering from record levels of overdose deaths.”

Americans are now starting to ask, “Miss Trump yet? ”
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Economic Watch: “Miss Trump Yet? “

“No one has justified [Donald] Trump’s “Make America Great Again” policies more convincingly than [President] Biden ”, quips Stephen Moore for the creators. “High gas prices, the highest inflation rate in four decades, a plan to double the national debt in 12 years, and falling paychecks” are waking Americans to “widespread prosperity under Trump.” His “strategy was to cut taxes, slash regulations, massively increase domestic energy production and revise trade agreements to toughen things up with China.” No one thought it would succeed, but here are the facts: Before COVID, “the unemployment rate fell below 4%, which was near the lowest in half a century”, inflation fell to 1% and poverty has fallen to its lowest level. never recorded. Americans are now starting to ask, “Miss Trump again? ”

From right: Cali’s unnecessary climate pain

“President Biden has made California his model of green energy, so it’s interesting that a new study” – by a left-wing group, Next 10 – shows the Golden State is failing to meet its targets. emissions targets “in part because of its climate obsession,” the Wall Street Journal editors crack down. Last year, the state added more electricity from emissions-producing natural gas than energy solar, as it is “needed to support unreliable renewables.” Forest fire emissions have also skyrocketed “due to years of forest mismanagement,” although the study did not include them If that were the case, emissions would have increased since 2000, “making California’s anti-carbon crusade seem an even more serious failure.” The bottom line seems to be “to suffer in the name of anti-carbon virtue. , because this suffering did not do much p to reduce emissions ”.

Cultural criticism: how the radicals of the 1960s won

“The radical ’60s ethos is felt throughout public and private life,” says Roger Kimball of Spectator World. After “the fantasies of an overt political revolution faded away, many radical students urged their supporters to undertake the” long march through the institutions “” – “to work against the established institutions while working on them”, according to the scholars. words of Herbert Marcuse. And by “innuendo and infiltration rather than confrontation,” the “radicals have triumphed”: look no further than the curriculum at your local school or college or what is on offer at the nearest museum. The “surprising and depressing fact is that the supposedly conservative victories at the ballot box have done little to challenge the dominance of left-wing emancipatory attitudes and ideas in our culture.”

– Compiled by the Post Editorial Board

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