As a result of news that diesel reserves have been depleted and, if not replenished, may run out within a month, sparking fears of shortages and price hikes, the Biden administration says it’s closely monitoring the diesel situation. Which means we should all be worried.
In recent days, President Biden and senior White House officials have loudly celebrated the decline in gasoline prices, although other energy costs are anticipated to grow during the winter.
Polls indicate that Republicans in Nevada have a decent chance of winning numerous midterm elections in a state where high prices on everything from fuel to rent are pulling voters away from Democrats.
Top Republican legislators say they’ll use the federal debt ceiling to force President Biden to negotiate if they regain control of Congress, threatening to rekindle high-stakes brinkmanship that might drive the U.S. into default and create big new issues for the White House next year.
The Georgia grand jury was temporarily prevented from requiring Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham to testify in its investigation of efforts to sabotage President Biden’s 2020 election victory while the Supreme Court evaluates Graham’s claim of congressional immunity.
After releasing the largest amount of oil ever from the U.S. emergency petroleum reserve, the Biden administration has signaled that it will soon replenish the reserve, a multibillion-dollar endeavor that it thinks will stimulate the stagnant domestic drilling industry.
A Strong Chance That Trump Will Be Indicted After Midterm Elections.
There is a more significant concern about the economy than ever before, and voters believe Republicans will be able to fix it. A recent New York Times and Siena College survey reveals that most Americans are anxious about the economy.
The analyst who contributed material for the Trump-Russia dossier is cleared of lying to the FBI. The acquittal of analyst Igor Danchenko is another setback for special counsel John Durham’s inquiry into the FBI’s investigation into allegations of ties between the 2016 presidential campaign of former President Donald Trump and Russia.
According to a recent New York Times poll, Joe Biden’s approval rating has fallen below 40 percent, giving Donald Trump an advantage.