It appears that the week's furor over the impending (or not) indictment and arrest of Donald Trump has ended with a whimper, though I'm sure it will heat up again. At NYPo, Jonathon Turley lays out Why Alvin Bragg’s case against Trump is falling apart. The Free Bacon reports an old Democratic Operative Takes Credit for Sparking Trump Hush Money Probe. Former "Special" counsel to President Clinton, Lannie Davis. Democrat hoaxes always seem to point back to the Clintons. Ben Whedon at JTN hears Turley worry about a 'Race to the bottom': Legal experts fear escalation spiral ahead of possible Trump indictment "My concern is that this could trigger a type of tit-for-tat response where Republican prosecutors seek to weaponize criminal charges against Democrats." Game Theory teaches us that a tit-for-tat response minimizes the cheating by making it not pay off.
From Chicks on the Right, Another Day, Another Biden Train Wreck Of A Speech: Daily Wire@realDailyWire: Biden: "I applaud China...excuse me, I applaud Canada." Jennifer Van Laar at Red State reports FAA Nominee Phil Washington Withdraws His Nomination, after having been shown to be perfectly incompetent by the Senate GOP, and revelations of a pay-to-play scandal in his previous gig. At Breitbart, Report: Hunter’s Allies ‘Distrust’ White House Defense of Biden Family Business.
Politico is concerned with Trump’s beer track advantage over Ron DeSantis, "The divide quickly defining the GOP primary." At CTH, sundance hosts President Trump Talking to Newsmax About Ron DeSantis and Election 2024, also, Mid-Tier Donor Class Very Worried About Ron DeSantis 2024 Management Agenda. Mike Miller at Red State says DeSantis Goes Bottom Line When Asked if He'd Play Second Banana to Trump in 2024 "Not to bury the lede, but anyone who knows anything about both Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis knows two things. First, DeSantis drips executive power. Second, given Trump’s continuing attacks and attempts to take credit for DeSantis’ success, why would he give up his successful governorship to take it?" At Public, Zero Dark Trump…
From Mediaite, Biden Mocks Wall Street at Press Conference — Says ‘We’ve Done A Pretty Damn Good Job’ On Bank Failures. What color is the sky in his world? At Red State Nick Arama wants you to WATCH as Sen. Kennedy Wrecks Janet Yellen, WH During Grilling on US Economy.
He's a national treasure. At ET, Billionaire Investor Warns Economy Heading for ‘Train Wreck’ After Fed’s Latest Move. Barron's explains What It Means that Banks Are Borrowing at Financial Crisis Levels. YaHoo! U.S. Banks are sitting on $1.7 trillion in unrealized losses, research says. That’s not a problem—until it is. Sundance sees Deutsche Bank Loses 10% Value After EU Leaders Say “Banking System Is Stable in Europe.”
Q: Isn’t it a fact that the president’s proposed budget proposes $4.7 trillion in new taxes?— John Kennedy (@SenJohnKennedy) March 23, 2023
Sec. Yellen: It does propose significant additional taxes, yes.
Q: $4.7 TRILLION?
Sec. Yellen: Something like that, yes. pic.twitter.com/ncL1CAImlD
State Sen. Megan Hunt (D), speaking directly to Republicans, reaffirms vow to filibuster all legislation if #NEleg anti-trans bill passes:— The Recount (@therecount) March 23, 2023
"No one in the world holds a grudge like me. And no one in the world cares less about being petty than me. I don't care. I don't like you." pic.twitter.com/IBvOV3g5ey