Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner

Paul Bedard

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Recent articles by Paul:

Food crisis: Inflation forcing change in eating habits

Most people, especially families with children, are being forced to change their eating habits because of the rampant inflation sucking up every spare penny and driving prices to historically high levels. → Read More

Trump 2024: ‘Time to start talking about greatness’

Former President Donald Trump has finally signaled themes he might use in a 2024 bid, turning from adjudicating the 2020 election to addressing over 15 key issues that he said President Joe Biden has fumbled, turning the United States into “a joke.” → Read More

Liberal Media Scream: Jane Pauley hypes climate agenda to ‘human extinction’ level

This week’s Liberal Media Scream brings us Jane Pauley, hosting the friendly CBS Sunday Morning, with a scary warning that “human extinction isn’t out of the question” from climate change. → Read More

DNC opposes Gmail spam filtering bow to GOP

The Democratic National Committee is objecting to a plan by Google to ease up on its Gmail filtering, which Republicans claim sends their fundraising mail to spam while greenlighting liberal appeals straight into users' inboxes. → Read More

Stephen Miller: 'World in chaos' as Team Biden 'jokes'

Former Trump aide Stephen Miller over the past two days led an effort to brush aside Democratic chest-thumping and White House cheering over the $720 billion Senate spend-a-thon victory to warn of the “chaos” of President Joe Biden’s agenda, especially on the border. → Read More

White House Report Card: Biden’s ‘even a blind squirrel’ week

This week’s White House Report Card finds President Joe Biden capping a week where he finally had things fall mostly his way. → Read More

Buzz: Obama's Justice would indict Trump 'in a minute'

It’s a good thing for former President Donald Trump that President Joe Biden didn’t bring former President Barack Obama’s top Justice Department team back. → Read More

Manchin-Schumer OKs paying 300 IRS agents same as Harris

The tax and spend deal cut by Sen. Joe Manchin and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer includes a provision to allow the Internal Revenue Service to create a high-priced strike force of 300. → Read More

‘Freedom’ cheered in first Ron DeSantis campaign ad

In a positive first ad in what is expected to be a reelection campaign leading to a 2024 presidential bid, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis features letters from constituents thanking him for keeping the state free and open during the federal crackdown on COVID-19. → Read More

Voters: It’s Biden’s recession, drove economy 'into the ground'

President Joe Biden can hide the recession ball no longer. → Read More

Despite COVID-19, federal workforce grows to nearly 2 million employees

A federal task force investigating threats against election workers has found more than 1,000 reported cases of "hostile" contact between election officials and the public over the last year. The Justice Department’s Election Threats Task Force, launched last year by the Biden administration, reported on Monday that of the 1,000 contacts "reported as hostile or harassing," about 11% were… → Read More

Media critics ignore Koch fulfilling pledge to leave Russia

Koch Industries, which faced fire in March for not leaving Russia in a knee-jerk fashion after the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine, has completed its withdrawal, saving hundreds of jobs in the process that unsurprisingly won zero coverage from the firm’s media and political critics. → Read More

Gun buyers defy Pelosi and Democrats, sales top 1M a month for three straight years

Gun sales hit a new record in July, the 36th straight month of firearms purchases over 1 million. → Read More

Liberal Media Scream: Jon Karl urges Jon Stewart for president

This week’s Liberal Media Scream brings us another left-leaning weekend news magazine host urging a fellow liberal to get into politics and run for office, including the office of the president. → Read More

LIV cheered, ‘MTG for VP’

Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was greeted with cheers of “MTG for VP” during her appearance with former President Donald Trump at the past weekend’s LIV Golf Tournament at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. → Read More

'Wokeness' overtakes 'three R's' in college teacher training

A national effort to elevate racial, sexual, and financial diversity in how colleges educate future teachers has taken root, leading to concerns that teachers are taking their “indoctrination” into classrooms of children as young as 5, according a search of university websites and a groundbreaking new study. → Read More

White House Report Card: Weak wins spun as big victories

This week’s White House Report Card finds President Joe Biden spinning a couple of legislative advancements as the start of a political comeback. → Read More

Jan. 6 hearings a dud, most see riot as one-time event

While a sizable percentage of viewers have tuned into the House hearings on the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot, they have turned out to be a dud for the political parties and failed to raise concerns about the midterm elections in the fall. → Read More

Most demand Biden condemn protests of judges and prosecute violence

With pro-abortion activists engaged in a “summer of rage” against conservative Supreme Court justices who overturned Roe v. Wade, most voters, including a majority of Democrats, are calling on President Joe Biden to condemn any violence. → Read More

GOP plan would ban illegal immigrants from voting and mandate photo ID

Eager to take charge after the fall elections, Republicans are readying a voting reform bill that would rewrite the rules in time for the 2024 election and reverse liberalized balloting pushed by Democrats. → Read More