November 2023

November 27

On Monday, November 27th, the Biden administration announced its “new actions” to progress the agenda of Bidenomics. The administration using government control to regulate supplies and processes is all too familiar. The creation of an economic council on supply chains appears to be another attempt by President Biden to force his energy and climate policies on the American people. For example, one action includes monitoring climate impacts of the supply chain while another regulates energy and critical minerals. The Biden administration continues to advance their big-government agenda.

November 17

On November 17th, President Biden exercised his emergency authority to utilize the Cold War-era Defense Production Act (DPA) and boost spending on clean energy technologies, citing "climate change" as the reason for this executive action. This move contradicts our country’s strong energy position, as the Biden administration is spending $169 million to produce electric heat pumps under the Defense Production Act in a way the act was never intended to be used: helping favored industries for an ideological agenda.