On Friday, Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., used his Twitter account to respond to an op-ed Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., got published in Manchin’s home state that accused the senator of standing in the way of the $3.5 trillion Build Back Better Act.
“With predictions of a colder than usual winter this year, we want to understand what actions you and the Department are taking to prepare for what could be a perfect storm of a cold winter, high and unaffordable energy prices, and supply disruptions,” the 22 House Republicans wrote.
The Biden administration laid out an ambitious plan Wednesday for government-funded wind farms along the east coast, which it said would sustain millions of Americans’ energy needs.
GOP lawmakers said they’ve spoken to hospital executives who say they are at risk from shutting down as a result of health care workers leaving their jobs over the mandate. They pointed out that the Central Maine Medical Center has suspended some pediatric and other medical services.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that New York state must recognize healthcare workers’ religious exemptions to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, according to court documents. The ruling follows Gov. Kathy Hochul’s statement denying the legitimacy of religious exemptions.
The ban prohibits “any entity,” including schools, private businesses, and local governments, from compelling an individual to receive the COVID-19 vaccine if they object due to reasons of “personal conscience,” such as religious beliefs.
The Biden administration “is putting politics over progress and surrendering the fate of the U.S. economy to our foreign competitors, putting America at a serious disadvantage and making it better to be a foreign company or worker than an American one.”
John Kerry and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced after a meeting that 24 additional nations had joined the pledge. However, China, Russia and India, which produce more than 33% of the world’s methane emissions, remained off the list.
Merrick Garland has now twice referenced unexplained threats of violence in directing authorities to investigate hot button culture issues. The Department of Justice has not explained or offered examples of the violence it is referring to in either of these instances.
Rapidly increasing energy costs across Europe and Asia have prompted warnings of an impending U.S. crisis and calls for policy makers to scale back the shift from fossil fuels to renewables.
A website that tracks critical race theory (CRT) in K-12 schools and higher education institutions released a study Monday that shows CRT, “equity” and other initiatives are being pushed at the U.S.’ top 25 elite private schools, according to a database compiled by CriticalRace.org
A Florida mom this week called for a “mass exodus” from the public school system, saying that public school officials aren’t listening to parents and so the only option left is to pull kids out and look for new alternatives.