Posts tagged: Bidenomics

The Left’s War On The American Dream

Written by Robert Knight

One of the most chilling scenes in the anti-communist 1965 film “Dr. Zhivago” shows the doctor returning to his Moscow home after forced duty in the Red Army.

The Bolsheviks overthrew the czar and took power in Russia in the October Revolution of 1917.

As his wife, Tonya, gives him a hug and a silent warning, Yuri looks around and sees dozens of people unrelated to him. What was once the Zhivagos’ home — a large, magnificent house — is now a sordid commune crammed with state-sponsored squatters.… Continue Reading

Bidenomics: Cashless, Homeless, and Jobless

Written by Daniel Horowitz

The president recently defined “Bidenomics” as building the economy “from the middle out and bottom up, not the top down.” In fact, Bidenomics is really the economy’s equivalent to “long COVID,” whereby that same middle class suffers permanent degradation of quality of life and standard of living while being caught in the permanent and degenerative cycle of government debt, inflation, and market manipulation.

Despite the rosy economic projections from the White House, incontrovertible data shows that because of the COVID lockdown policies he and his predecessor supported and the new policies they enacted to “fix” the market distortions created by the endless debt-driven inflation, a young family now has to live at the top of the economic pyramid to even afford basic living.… Continue Reading