May 1, 2022

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: Orrin Hatch’s Beltway Barnacle Legacy – Michelle Malkin

Seven-term former U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah died last weekend, and accolades came pouring in from both sides of the political spectrum. This is not any kind of testament to his character or ability to “bring both sides together.” It’s really just proof that the toxic Washington Swamp is run by a uniparty of


Las Vegas water intake now visible at drought-stricken Lake Mead

Photo: This photo taken Monday, April 25, 2022, by the Southern Nevada Water Authority shows the top of Lake Mead drinking water Intake No. 1 above the surface level of the Colorado River reservoir behind Hoover Dam A massive drought-starved reservoir on the Colorado River has become so depleted that Las Vegas now is pumping


Biden order to boost mining may not have quick payoff

Photo: Nickel Ore President Joe Biden is turning to a Cold War-era law to boost production of lithium and other minerals used to power electric vehicles, but experts say the move by itself is unlikely to ensure the robust domestic mining Biden seeks as he promotes cleaner energy sources. Biden’s action, part of his efforts


Warren Buffett tells shareholders about spending $51 billion

Photo: A Warren Buffett rubber duck is available during the Berkshire Hathaway 2022 Annual Shareholders Meeting Warren Buffett gave Berkshire Hathaway investors a few details Saturday about how he spent more than $50 billion earlier this year and again reassured them that the company he built will endure long after the 91-year-old billionaire is gone.

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