Whether or not Joe Biden will run for reelection in 2024 is one of the parlor games that will be played at many holiday gatherings this season. To date he hasn’t declared his candidacy but has hinted that he will run. I expect a final decision after Christmas at the earliest. Today I want to make a case for why, at least in his mind, he should run and that he likely will.
This article was written well ahead of scheduled publishing in order to accommodate my travel plans.
Perhaps it is the old coach in me but I’m not feeling real good going into the final stretch before the mid-terms. If the Democrats take a loss (as in one or both chambers of Congress) what happens may well depend on just how bad the loss(s) are. Continue reading Just How MAGA
Far and away the biggest story of the week just passed didn’t get much coverage but its repercussions will be felt for years, if not decades, to come. At this point we don’t know exactly what they are and how bad they will be.
Like most American political junkies, I’m currently obsessed with the upcoming mid-term elections. One of the things I find the most frustrating is that despite following them pretty closely I can’t call many of the Senate and Governor races. There are four major factors at play that make the results less than clear and I’d like to explore them with you today.
We all know the adage about counting chickens when they are still eggs. That is how I’m operating on Build Back Better 2.0; better known as the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.