Good morning, it’s Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021. One year after he won the presidency while vowing to work as hard for Americans who didn’t support him as those who did, Joe Biden finally got to strut his stuff. It came in the form of a bill-signing ceremony yesterday at the White House where the 46th U.S. president affixed his name to the $1.2 trillion, 10-year infrastructure spending bill to improve the nation’s roads, bridges, ports, mass transit, power grid, drinking water, and broadband access.
Most congressional Republicans, miraculously rediscovering their inner fiscal conservatism with a…
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