Biden’s toughest choices on Ukraine, Russia lie ahead of him | Fletcher McClellan
It's only a matter of time before Americans decide Biden is spending too much time on foreign affairs and not enough on domestic issues.
There are limits to the American Renaissance over Ukraine | Bruce Ledewitz
American public life remains as unhealthy as it was before Vladimir Putin's brutal invasion.
U.S. to accept 100,000 Ukrainian refugees, levy more sanctions on Russia
The meeting is seen as pivotal for democracies seeking to curtail Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and prevent him from going to war in other nations not currently within NATO, or actually attacking one of the 30 member states.
U.S. House moves to revoke Russia, Belarus trade status; 8 Republicans vote no
WASHINGTON — The U.S. House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to revoke normal trade relations with Russia and Belarus, another step the federal government hopes will end the Russian war in Ukraine. The 424-8 vote sends the measure, which refers to Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Aleksander Lukashenko as “ruthless” dictators, to the Senate. GOP Reps. […]
In Maryland, gas tax ‘holiday’ bill advances; lawmakers hope for lower prices at the pump
In Pennsylvania, a top Republican lawmaker is pushing his own plan.
Republicans denounce Putin’s war on facts, but are silent on the one at home | John L. Micek
The GOP can't have it both ways. If they're going to attack Putin's war on facts, they have to step up and stop the one at home.
Zelenskyy reminds Congress of Pearl Harbor and 9/11 in pleading for U.S. help for Ukraine
WASHINGTON — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Wednesday invoked the Pearl Harbor attacks ahead of World War II and the 9/11 terrorist attacks, while urging the United States to do more to stop the Russian war against his country. During the speech, delivered virtually to members of Congress in an auditorium on Capitol Hill, Zelenskyy […]
Ukrainians are fighting and dying to defend their homes. Could I do the same? | Bruce Ledewitz
The crisis in Ukraine, and the courage of its people, presents America with a chance for a national renaissance.