The Week That Was: Progressives Scheming, Mentorship Beaming, and Bureaucratic Reaming

The federal bureaucracies are weakened and imploding, and none more evident than the Drug Enforcement Agency, which has had a few key departures, on top of its failure to address the Fentanyl crisis—despite increased funding being poured into the agency year after year.

On the state front, the so-called leaders in the progressive bastions of California and Michigan are doubling down on violating civil liberties, bloviating and grandstanding, and working hard at failing up to higher office.

A compact and combative Week That Was.

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