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This combination image shows U.S. President Joe Biden in Washington, Nov. 6, 2021, and China's President Xi Jinping in Brasília, Brazil, Nov. 13, 2019.  Americans are increasingly seeing China as a world superpower and a threat, though growing numbers perceive China more as a competitor than an enemy, according to a Washington-based Pew Research Center survey released Thursday, April 28, 2022. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, Eraldo Peres, File)  **FILE**

Joe Biden's red energy plan

- The Washington Times

The more President Joe Biden sends America down the path of green energy, the more power he puts in the hands of communist China to dominate the world stage. The greener America goes, the redder America grows.

Anti-scaling fencing is seen outside the Supreme Court, Thursday, June 23, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

The Supreme Court: Worst case scenario

Nine Justices sit on the United States Supreme Court. Whenever a sitting justice either voluntarily retires or passes away, a vacancy on the court is recognized. The President of the United States nominates someone to fill the vacant seat, with the advice and consent of the US Senate. A nomination to the Court is considered to be official when the Senate receives a signed nomination letter from the President. Once the Senate has held hearings and investigated the qualifications of the nominee, they vote and if a majority is in favor, the person is approved and takes his or her place on the highest court in the land.

Saving Nine: The Fight Against the Left’s Audacious Plan to Pack the Supreme Court and Destroy American Liberty (book cover)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Saving Nine'

In 1983, then-Senator Joe Biden called packing the Supreme Court a "bonehead idea." But on the debate stage in 2020, candidate Biden refused to answer questions about court-packing.

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