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Biden has created a robust, growing economy

The following letter to the editor appeared in The Daily Sun on March 25, 2022. President Joe Biden believes the federal government is there to help assure a level playing field for every American. Franklin Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower also believed in the federal government’s role in improving the lives of average Americans. FDR established

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Biden’s State of the Union speech packed plenty of emotion into an hour

By Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post Columnist, March 1, 2022. President Biden delivered his first State of the Union address at a critical moment in the existential battle between liberal democracies and autocracies. Biden needed to focus on riveting events in Ukraine, but didn’t want to stint on issues, such as inflation, that voters care most about. He had

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Five things Biden should do at his State of the Union address

By Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post Columnist, Feb 22, 2022. Next Tuesday evening, on March 1st, President Biden will deliver his State of the Union address, to which all members of Congress — but not their guests — have been invited in accordance with Covid-19 policies. State of the Union speeches are notorious for their excessive length

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Biden is on a roll as our commander in chief

By Jennifer Rubin, Washington Post Columnist, Feb 3, 2022. The pundits were emphatic: President Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan in August was disastrous, leaving the United States more vulnerable to terrorists and less trusted around the world. In case anyone needed a reminder of the danger of prematurely pronouncing Biden a failure, take a look at the

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President Biden directs $100 million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to lower energy bills for working families

On January 24th, President Biden announced that $100 million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) would be invested to directly help working families pay their outstanding heating and cooling bills. The BIL funding will send $5,785,953 to Florida, the third-highest amount of any state in the country. When combined with funding from President Biden’s American

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A review of Joe Biden’s first year

Content below courtesy of https://www.demlist.com/ It has been a historically challenging first year for President Joseph Biden. He inherited an ongoing global pandemic, economic turmoil, a climate crisis, a 20-year war, and a country torn apart by political and racial divisions. In fact, the Biden-Harris administration has delivered, bringing back the economy, passing the American

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The 10 best things Biden did in 2021

By Marc A. Thiessen, Washington Post Columnist, Dec 28, 2021. I once again offer my annual list of the 10 best things the president did this year. He launched the first test of a new system to defend Earth from a killer asteroid. On his orders, NASA launched a rocket into space testing “whether a spacecraft can

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Yes, inflation is worrisome. But it has little relevance to Build Back Better.

By Catherine Rampell, Washington Post Columnist, December 16, 2021. The latest sticking point over President Biden’s ambitious Build Back Better agenda? You guessed it: inflation. Asked this week about his reservations toward the legislation, Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) told reporters that inflation is “alarming. It’s going up, not down. And I think that should be something we’re

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Give Democrats credit for progress being made

The following Letter to the Editor was published in The Daily Sun on Dec 15, 2021.  Please submit your own by clicking HERE. Today there is only one pro-democracy political party and that is the Democratic Party. Republican policy proposals consist of rigging elections and stopping people from voting. They promote violence, disregard election results,

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Why do Democrats let Republicans set the terms of debate?

By E.J. Dionne Jr., Washington Post Columnist, November 14, 2021. Who knew that infrastructure was a wedge issue? Ever since the House passed the bipartisan bill to do lots of building and rebuilding around the country, Republicans have been at each other’s throats. Some Republicans said it was great to vote for roads, bridges and broadband. But most

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What have Democrats and Biden accomplished in 2021?

By Fran Dance, Charlotte County Dems Communications Committee Chair, November 15,2021. Yes, our nation is facing high inflation due to a supply chain crisis (which will hopefully alleviate in 2022) and an immigration surge. But let’s consider all the positives so far in 2021! When Joe Biden was inaugurated as our president on January 20th,

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Biden asks ALL Democrats to support Build Back Better

Here’s my Build Back Better Framework, a plan for my agenda I believe can pass the House and Senate. It’s a big deal, folks! And I want you to know what it’s going to mean for you. Here are some of the details: Families around the country will be able to afford child care for

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The bipartisan infrastructure package goes to Biden for signature

Following the news that the House of Representatives voted to pass the bipartisan infrastructure package, Florida Democratic Party Chairman Manny Diaz released the following statement: “From investments in roads and bridges that will cut commute times and keep Floridians safe to new funding that will bring clean drinking water and high speed internet to every

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Here’s what’s in Biden’s $1.85 trillion plan.

By Jim Tankersley and Zolan Kanno-Youngs, The New York Times, Oct. 28, 2021. President Biden met with lawmakers on Thursday morning to lay out a framework on a $1.85 trillion effort to spend heavily on climate change, child care and a wide range of other economic programs, paid for by an estimated $2 trillion in tax increases on corporations

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Biden needs a reboot. Fighting for democracy is the key.

Opinion by E.J. Dionne Jr., Washington Post Columnist, October 10, 2021. As President Biden confronts a steady slide in his approval ratings, he should move beyond the conventional storyline invoked to explain it and address the larger problems it reveals. Five months ago, the FiveThirtyEight polling averages pegged Biden at 54.1 percent approval, 39.7 percent disapproval. As of

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How Democrats can close the deal on Build Back Better

Opinion by the Washington Post Editorial Board, October 6, 2021. Democrats last week blew past their deadline to finish two massive bills at the core of President Biden’s agenda — a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill and an even larger social spending and climate measure — as party centrists and progressives faced off. But amid seeming chaos

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