By David Ditch ~
The Biden administration on Wednesday released details of the first part of its latest enormous spending plan.
Although President Joe Biden is promoting the plan as a way to create jobs through infrastructure projects, its combination of tax hikes and central planning would leave the nation poorer and more dysfunctional.
President Joe Biden, pictured Wednesday announcing his $1.9 trillion plan in Pittsburgh, says it will create jobs through infrastructure projects. But its combination of tax hikes and central planning would leave the nation poorer and more dysfunctional. (Photo: Jim Watson/ AFP/Getty Images)
Amazingly, this $2 trillion-plus in spending and $400 billion in tax subsidies covers only part of an increasingly radical wish list. The White House will announce details on the second part of the plan, focused on welfare programs, in a few weeks.
The government paid for the $6 trillion in combined COVID-19 relief, economic…
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