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Haris Alic

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Past articles by Haris:

Democrats spend nearly $1M in scheme to boost far-right Republican in Maryland governor’s race

The Democratic Governors Association is spending heavily to boost a far-right Republican candidate ahead of Maryland’s gubernatorial primary next month. → Read More

Biden’s social welfare bill estimated to raise taxes 30% on middle class, cut them for millionaires

President Biden's mammoth social welfare and climate change bill is poised to raise taxes on the middle class, while giving lucrative breaks for the super-wealthy, according to a new study. → Read More

Biden plan to hire 80k IRS agents will backfire, letting wealthy dodge taxes, expert warns

President Biden’s proposed tax hikes and plan to hire more than 80,000 additional Internal Revenue Service agents could wind up helping the super-wealthy to avoid paying their fair share, according to a new analysis. → Read More

Detour ahead: Biden infrastructure package faces delays from workforce shortage, supply chain snares

President Biden's $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package faces serious delays in implementation from supply chain and workforce shortages. → Read More

Congressional deadlines threaten to sideline Biden social welfare bill

Democrats are facing a slew of budget and spending deadlines in early December as they struggle to finalize President Biden’s multitrillion-dollar social welfare and climate change bill. → Read More

13 moderate House Republicans save Biden’s infrastructure bill after far-left Democrats rebel

A cadre of moderate House Republicans saved President Biden’s $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal from defeat on Friday after far-left Democrats rebelled against the legislation. → Read More

Joe Biden cancels Delaware beach trip after far-left Democrats rebel against legislative agenda

President Joe Biden scrapped plans to travel to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, on Friday after far-left Democrats rebelled against a push to pass his $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi caves to moderates on reconciliation, dares far-left to kill infrastructure bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi caved to moderate Democrats on Friday, pledging to postpone a vote on President Biden’s multi-trillion-dollar social welfare bill, while simultaneously calling a vote on the long-stalled $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package. → Read More

‘Hiccups’: Moderate Democrats threaten to sink Pelosi push for infrastructure, social welfare bills

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's attempt to force through President Biden's multitrillion-dollar social welfare bill without a proper estimate of its cost hit a roadblock Friday when five moderate Democrats refused to go along. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: House GOP moves to block members of Congress from profiting off lucrative SALT deduction

House Republicans are trying to block members of Congress from profiting off the restoration of a proposed tax break for blue state residents. → Read More

‘We want to live’: Climate activists harass Manchin over resistance to Biden’s spending bill

Far-left climate activists harassed Sen. Joe Manchin III in Washington on Thursday over his reluctance to endorse President Biden’s multitrillion-dollar social welfare bill. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi plans Friday votes on infrastructure, reconciliation

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday will force a vote on two of President Biden’s domestic priorities: the multi-trillion dollar social welfare package and the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal. → Read More

Taxpayers foot $200B bill in Dems’ deduction plan for wealthy blue state residents

A proposal by vulnerable House Democrats to restore a lucrative deduction for wealthy blue state residents will cost taxpayers more than $200 billion by 2025. → Read More

Budget hawks warn Biden’s social-welfare bill costs nearly $4 trillion after discrediting budget gim

Two leading fiscal watchdogs are raising alarms about the true cost of President Biden’s social welfare and climate change bill, arguing the total price tag is far higher than the $1.75 trillion that Democrats have estimated. → Read More

Lucrative tax break for organized labor would cost taxpayers nearly $1.8 billion

President Biden's push to reward one of his biggest allies, organized labor, with a lucrative tax break will cost taxpayers nearly $1.8 billion over the next decade, according to a new analysis. → Read More

Biden’s $50,000-per-year journalist tax credit estimated to cost taxpayers $1.6B

The lucrative $50,000-per-year journalist tax break that Democrats have tucked within President Biden's multi-trillion dollar social welfare bill is estimated to cost taxpayers more than $1.6 billion over the next decade. → Read More

Richard Neal disregards Joe Manchin concerns on cost, input in reviving pet goals in Biden bill

Congressional Democrats are maneuvering to re-insert paid family leave and other far-left priorities into President Biden's $1.75 trillion social-welfare bill, brushing aside moderates' concerns about the price tag and the risk of provoking the same disagreements that have held up a final deal for months. → Read More

Kevin McCarthy welcomes House Democratic defections after Virginia, New Jersey results: ‘Big tent’

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy welcomed moderate Democrats into the GOP camp on Wednesday after the results of the Virginia and New Jersey elections. → Read More

House Democrats push to reinsert paid leave into Biden’s $1.75T social spending bill

House Democrats are making a renewed push to include paid family and medical leave in President Biden's $1.75 trillion social spending bill. → Read More

‘No Democrat is safe’: GOP expands 2022 House targets after Democrats falter in Virginia and N.J.

House Republicans view Democrats’ poor showings in Tuesday’s elections in Virginia and New Jersey as signs of a coming “red wave” and have expanded their list of targeted Democrat-held seats in next year’s midterm elections. → Read More