by Jon Decker

Excerpt from the Daily Caller:

It’s no surprise that only 36 percent of Americans approve of President Biden’s handling of the U.S. economy. Inflation remains high, homeownership out of reach for many, more people are working multiple jobs to support their families, and household debt is climbing, while savings have dwindled.

It doesn’t take a political science degree to recognize that the simplest pathway for a Republican candidate in 2024 is reversing “Bidenomics.” Yet some of the GOP candidates are instead mimicking some of his biggest mistakes and doubling down with political attacks on the single-biggest driver of economic growth: America’s most successful tech companies.

The Biden Administration made matters worse by appointing Lina Khan, undoubtedly the most radical of his unelected bureaucrats, to lead the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Khan, who has never seen a “big” business she didn’t like, has since waged war on each of our home grown success stories with an eye towards breaking them up, and handing America’s technological competitiveness over to China.