The bipartisan Affordable Connectivity Program — part of a $14 billion effort to expand broadband access to hard-to-reach areas — glitches as the Biden administration can’t get rural people (nor cable companies) to take the money.
Hot takes on the bottom stories of the day, on the latest episode of Steve Green’s Lightning Round.
Americans are angry with inflation, shortages, war, and President Biden’s blunders. What should Republicans do to seize the moment?
Why can’t this Supreme Court hopeful honestly answer these simple questions?
Is this just step one in a total student loan forgiveness plan?
Vice President Kamala Harris dishes out another perplexing word salad about ‘the passage of time’.
Despite the deadly seriousness of the war in Ukraine, U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris awkwardly cackles at a broadcast news conference with the President of Poland. Is her inappropriate reaction an uncontrollable tic, or is it something worse?
As people of integrity, we want to tell the truth, but how do we TELL the truth from the lie. Passive listeners will absorb massive quantities of intentional and accidental distortions.
McDonalds shuts down 847 restaurants in Russia, as Visa, Mastercard and other big U.S. brands cut off services to helpless Russians in ways that won’t affect President Vladimir Putin in the least.
Will President Biden’s virtue signal against Vladimir Putin actually backfire against Biden’s own voters and countrymen?
President Biden starts a COVID-19 conference call with state governors by saying: “There is no federal solution. This gets solved at the state level.” Are we Constitutional conservatives dreaming?
Stephen Green’s legendary Lightning round goes boldly where angels fear to tread.
If federal departments can procrastinate on this priority, what about the rest of the country?
Bill Whittle nails the impact of the “Let’s Go, Brandon!” meme (code words to deride President Biden), and unpacks the consequences of a divided nation in post-Gilligan America.
Is this a smart way to catch tax cheats so President Biden can get the trillions of dollars he needs to Build Back Better?