Two houses of Congress on Thursday did something unprecedented in nearly 30 years. They voted to impose a tentative September agreement between rail companies and 12 independent rail worker unions, although four leagues had rejected its terms, using brute power, Nancy Pelosi style. Worse, the Senate vote, 80-15, to suppress workers' collective bargaining rights codified into law for generations was even more lopsided.
Biden's lax policy costs a life.
Compensating for the negative momentum among the young: financial handouts and gin-up the abortion issue.
Selling the Biden brand.
Beijing is making up for its lost privileges in Sri Lanka.