Over the last several years which have occurred since Joe Biden entered the oval office in January of 2021 and became the 46th president of the United States, the country has found itself immersed in a turbulent, chaotic, and ominous time at both the domestic and international levels of federal politics. Since the commencement of Biden’s term, millions of illegal migrants are estimated to have entered the nation through the porous southern border with Mexico. Paired with this surge of migrants, wages continue to stagnate, and the American middle class continues to shrink. The buying power of the dollar continues to decline, and home ownership has been deemed unaffordable for the vast majority of average Americans as housing costs skyrocket. Some 60% of citizens are estimated to be living paycheck to paycheck; the American way of life is in serious jeopardy.
Internationally, enemies of the western world have been emboldened by the weak presidential leadership from Biden in the White House. Biden has often appeared incoherent and incompetent on the global stage. He acquiesced to Russia and Vladimir Putin drilling for oil in the North Atlantic and reversed sanctions on the nation that had been placed by Trump. Putin then invaded Ukraine and brought war back to the European continent for the first time since 1945. Most recently, Hamas invaded Israel and murdered over 1,000 citizens. Biden had previously made a deal with Iran and gave the nation billions in frozen assets in exchange for American prisoners. All is not well.
In the light-hearted subject of the sport of American football, bad news has surrounded the Las Vegas Raiders. Recently, the owner of the team Mark Davis announced that he fired head coach Josh McDaniel’s. The decision came following the Raider’s lopsided 26-14 loss to the Detroit Lions on Monday night football. The Raiders hold a mediocre record of 3-5 on the season. They have lost back to back games.