So, the White House is saying that the amnesty bill will mark a historic change in allowing us to deport gang members, but that “if this bill fails, it may be years before Congress takes up immigration reform again, and in the meantime, the government will have to fight alien gangs without this powerful new tool.” If this bill fails, what’s stopping Kennedy and Bush and Kyl from promoting a bipartisan bill just to add gang membership to the grounds of deportability? Or are they for that only as the spoonful of enforcement to help the amnesty go down? Though it’s a relatively small issue, I have not seen a clearer or more shameless example of this administration’s willingness to hold enforcement hostage to amnesty.
On the menu today: GameStop’s rally, Andreessen Horowitz’s new media venture, Biden’s renminbi policy, and how Reddit rallies around stocks.
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Students and families suffer while the teachers’ unions flex their muscles.
The administration hopes to have enough vaccine supply for almost the entire U.S. population by the end of summer.
Michael Ryan, the executive director of WHO’s health emergencies program, made his comments on Friday.
The point of order resolution was put forward by McConnell's colleague from Kentucky, Rand Paul.