The vast majority of Americans choose to buy a fossil-fuel powered car. With the coming of President Joe Biden, that soon may no longer be an option.
The left and the media have long decried the vast amounts of money spent on political campaigns even as Democrats blow the lid off past spending records, without a word of complaint.
Florida Gov. DeSantis tries to set up a prescription drug importation program, but no businesses have been willing to take on the risky project—even for $30 million.
California wants to replace gas-powered cars or trucks with electric vehicles, but then take away the electricity during wildfires.
For today's political left, an "expert" isn't one accomplished in a field such as science, but one who promotes the left's agenda.
Preexisting medical conditions were a real problem for a small number of uninsured individuals. But the political debate is no longer about how best to address that problem, but how to hammer a political opponent.
It will be months before we have enough Covid-19 vaccine to cover everyone, but we probably won't need that many doses since many will forego vaccination.
Even the media and environmentalists are concluding that poor forest management, not just climate change, is a major factor behind the California's wildfires.
Drug makers, navigating a very partisan minefield that could undermine public confidence, take a rare step of assuring the public that any vaccine they produce will be safe and effective.
As the media and the left accuse Republicans and the Electoral College of diluting minority votes, the number of minority members of Congress has increased dramatically over the past 20 years.