May 17, 2022

Democrats Pass $1.5 Trillion Omnibus Spending Bill After Democrat Disarray

House Democrats passed a $1.5 trillion omnibus spending bill after hours of delay and Democrat confusion. House Democrats passed the $1.5 trillion omnibus spending bill, which was separated into two votes. The first half, focusing on security funding, passed with 361 votes for and 69 votes against the provision. The second half, featuring the remainder…

US Housing Market Grows $6.9 Trillion in 2021, Biggest Annual Gain in History

A fresh datapoint has emerged showing just how red-hot America’s housing market has been as the pandemic’s work-from-home revolution sent people on a buying spree that collided with slim supply to send the value of the U.S. housing stock soaring. The total value of homes in the United States surged by $6.9 trillion in 2021…

Study: Build Back Better Act Costs $4.91 Trillion

The Build Back Better Act would cost $4.91 trillion, not $1.75 trillion as Democrats have claimed, according to a study released Monday. The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget released their analysis of the Democrats’ reconciliation infrastructure bill, the Build Back Better Act. Democrats initially scaled down the cost of the legislation from $3.5 to…

Democrats to Delay Yet Again Their Vote $1.75 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

House Democrats announced Friday that they will delay for the second time this week a vote on their $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act. Democrat leadership said they would hold a vote on the $1.75 trillion reconciliation legislation on Thursday, although it remains possible that they could move forward on the $1.2 trillion so-called bipartisan…

House Democrats Tee Up Final Votes On Infrastructure And $1.75 Trillion Spending Bill

The House on Thursday scheduled final passage votes on President Joe Biden’s sweeping social-safety net package and the bipartisan infrastructure bill for Friday morning after a flurry of last-minute intraparty negotiations led to compromise.Democratic leadership had initially speculated that votes could happen Thursday, but Majority Leader Steny Hoyer instead notified that the House would reconvene…

$3.5 TRILLION BILL, SOMEONE IS GOING TO HAVE TO VOTE FOR IT IN ORDER TO FIND OUT WHAT’S IN IT AGAIN?

Pramila Jayapal: 50 House Democrats Will Oppose $1.2 Trillion ‘Bipartisan’ Infrastructure Bill

Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) said Friday that 50 House Democrats will oppose the $1.2 trillion “bipartisan” infrastructure bill, which is scheduled for a vote Monday. “Pramila Jayapal told me at least 50 of her progressive members still plan to vote to sink the infrastructure bill if it goes forward Monday,” a CNN reporter tweeted. “She…

Joe Biden: My $3.5 Trillion Agenda Costs ‘Zero Dollars’

President Joe Biden continued pushing a new White House talking point that claimed his $3.5 trillion spending agenda actually cost “zero dollars.” “My Build Back Better Agenda costs zero dollars,” a post from Biden’s Twitter account read on Saturday. His message argued money was currently “wasted” on “tax breaks, loopholes, and tax evasion” and need…

Report: Joe Manchin Pushes for ‘Strategic Pause’ for $3.5 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Until Next Year

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) said that President Joe Biden and the Democrat-led Congress should take a “strategic pause” from the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill, according to Axios. Manchin reportedly told workers at a Procter & Gamble facility in Martinsburg, West Virginia, that he wanted to pause all negotiations on the $3.5 trillion bill until…

Report: Biden Failed to Persuade Joe Manchin to Support $3.5 Trillion Spending Bill

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) will reportedly still not support Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion reconciliation package for the time being, despite the president’s efforts to persuade him, according to Axios. On Wednesday, sources told Axios that President Joe Biden reportedly hosted Manchin for a meeting at the White House where he failed to persuade the senator…

Republican Sen. Roger Wicker Flip Flops in Favor of Backing $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS) announced his support for the so-called bipartisan infrastructure bill Sunday after voting against the bill. “I rise this afternoon to announce my support for this bipartisan infrastructure legislation. Coming to this decision has not been easy or straightforward,” Wicker, the ranking member of the Transportation Committee, said Sunday on the Senate…

Sinema Says No To $3.5 Trillion Reconciliation Package

Democratic Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema announced Wednesday that she will not support the $3.5 trillion infrastructure package that her party’s leadership hopes to pass via reconciliation. “I do not support a bill that costs $3.5 trillion—and in the coming months, I will work in good faith to develop this legislation with my colleagues and the…

Nancy Pelosi Refuses Vote on Bipartisan ‘Infrastructure’ Deal, Holds It Hostage for $3.5 Trillion Reconciliation Package

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced Thursday she will refuse to take up the Senate’s bipartisan so-called infrastructure deal until the Democrats’ partisan companion $3.5 trillion reconciliation package is passed by the Senate. “While we are eager for it to pass, we will not be taking it up until the Senate passes the reconciliation bill,”…

Biden Budget Proposes $6 Trillion Annual Spending as Inflation Soars to 29-Year High

President Joe Biden released his budget Friday, proposing $6.01 trillion in annual spending even as the economy is going through record inflation. The Commerce Department reported Friday that core personal consumption expenditures hit a 3.1 percent annual gain in April — the highest since May 1992. The plan calls for a 36.6 percent increase in…

Republicans Make $928 Billion Counteroffer on Infrastructure, Joe Biden’s Offer at $1.7 Trillion

Senate Republicans have offered a second infrastructure counter proposal of $928 billion over eight years on Thursday, as the Biden administration’s stands at $1.7 trillion. The new new offer includes: $506 billion for roads, bridges, and major projects $89 billion for rail $21 billion for safety $22 billion for waterways $56 billion for airports $22…

CNBC’s Kernen to Buttigieg on $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan: ‘We Don’t Have the Money’

CNBC host Joe Kernen indicated that he was not impressed with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s sales job on the Biden administration’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal on Thursday’s broadcast of “Squawk Box.” Kernen said, “Mr. Secretary, so you’re the transportation secretary now, so we’re proposing a usage for the term infrastructure that Republicans would say includes…

Biden Reportedly Preparing $3 Trillion Spending Package

President Joe Biden’s team is reportedly planning on introducing a $3 trillion jobs and infrastructure proposal to the president this week, according to reports. The proposal would be presented in two parts– one focused on infrastructure and clean energy and the other on domestic issues, according to CNN, who was briefed on the matter by…

President Joe Biden Signs $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan Into Law

President Joe Biden signed his $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan into law Thursday, marking a major victory in the first 50 days of his presidency. The bill, which provides hundreds of billions in funding to schools and small businesses as well as $1,400 checks to most Americans, passed through Congress on Wednesday. Biden was originally…

Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Plan: Here’s What’s In It

The House of Representatives is expected to vote Wednesday on the American Rescue Plan, a $1.9 trillion package designed to provide economic relief from the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill was sent Tuesday to the House after it passed the Senate in a 50-49 vote Saturday, according to CBS News. Proponents of the legislation have touted…

Senate Passes Partisan $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Package

The $1.9 trillion coronavirus package, which includes $1,400 stimulus payments and $350 billion to cities and states, passed the Senate Saturday afternoon 50 to 49. Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) was absent due to a family emergency. ****50-49**** Amended $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan passed and sent back to the House, which still needs to pass it.…

Joe Biden Unveils $1.9 Trillion Spending Plan

President-elect Joe Biden unveiled a coronavirus plan Thursday that he claims will turn the tide on the pandemic, speeding up the vaccine rollout, and providing financial help to individuals, states, and local governments and businesses struggling with the prolonged economic fallout. The proposal reflects the priorities of Democrats, spending more money on aiding state governments,…

Trump Racks Up $8 Trillion In National Debt Throughout Presidency

President Donald Trump added nearly $8 trillion to the U.S. national debt throughout his presidency, according to the Washington Examiner. Before Trump took office in 2016, the federal debt stood at roughly $20 trillion, but it has ballooned over the past four years to nearly $28 trillion as of Monday, the Examiner reported, citing data…

Hey Obama, Where Did My Ten Trillion Dollars Go?

So former President Obama is back out on the campaign trail. Maybe this time the press will hold him to account with some tough questions (spoiler: don’t count on it). Here’s a quick question for our former president, and a possible tagline for the GOP midterm elections. “Hey Obama, where did my ten trillion dollars […]

BernieCare thirty-two trillion increase called a decrease

A recent Mercatus working paper from George Mason University that detailed the tremendous cost of Bernie Sanders’ health care plan spread like wildfire the last few days with false headlines from Leftist media outlets saying it showed government health care spending would decrease by 2 trillion dollars. But‪ the Mercatus white paper itself says right […]

Senate approves $1.3 trillion spending bill, sending to Trump.

The Senate rushed to approve a $1.3 trillion government funding bill early Friday morning, sending the mammoth legislation to President Trump‘s desk less than 24 hours before a deadline to avert another government shutdown. Senators voted 65-32 on the measure, well over the simple majority needed to approve it, despite late drama after the bill easily cleared the House on Thursday […]

Outrageous! Paul Ryan’s $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill Funds Planned Parenthood, Sanctuary Cities – Won’t Fund Trump Wall.

Speaker Paul Ryan is set to pass the largest spending bill in US history next to Barack Obama’s trillion dollar failed stimulus. President Trump spoke on Monday about the importance of the border wall with Mexico to enhance national security and battle the opioid crisis in America. But once again it is unlikely that funding […]

President Trump’s Debt Increase Half that of Obama’s – US Debt Surpasses $21 Trillion.

The US Debt surpassed $21 Trillion for the first time in history this week. What the MSM won’t tell you is that President Trump’s debt increase is half of Obama’s at the same time in their Presidencies. President Trump took over in 2017 with nearly $20 trillion of debt and the related interest payments on […]

Donald Trump Announces $1 Trillion Infrastructure Plan.

President Donald Trump announced plans for a $1.7 trillion infrastructure investment plan on Wednesday. “We’re also working to rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure by stimulating a $1 trillion dollar investment, and that will actually probably end up being $1.7 trillion dollars,” he said. The president revealed the price-tag during a meeting with about a hundred mayors […]

Cost of U.S. War on Jihadists: $5.6 Trillion, 7,000 Deaths, 52,500 Injuries

The United States is expected to spend nearly $6 trillion through 2018 on government-wide costs related to the wars waged in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria since 2001, reveals a study by Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. According to Brown University’s Cost of War project analysis, authored by Neta Crawford, the total […]

WINNING: U.S. Household Wealth Reaches Record High of $1.7 Trillion

Household wealth in America reached a record high of $1.7 trillion in the second quarter of 2017 due to rising property values and gains in financial assets, according to a Federal Reserve report released Thursday. The report showed that low inflation and a strong job market contributed to Americans’ improved purchasing power, which in turn, […]

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