"It is very difficult to maintain any kind of a 'common cause' with a Federal government which appears to have lost all common sense." -- Claire K. Rivero

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What's happening: Democrats are beginning to lash out at people who think crime is bad by insisting that having your car burglarized and riding the subway next to a fentanyl-smoking vagrant are "basic city life experiences."

A new AP-NORC poll has found that Biden’s approval rating is slipping, dropping to just 38%. This is hardly surprising, given the scandals swirling around his family, inflation, the spending on the war in Ukraine, bank failures, and on and on.
Mark Robinson, the Republican Lt. Governor of North Carolina, is expected to announce a run for governor of the state in April. You may remember Robinson from his viral ‘I am the majority!’ speech in 2018.

On Tuesday, a team from local CBS News affiliate WCCO took a ride on the city's public transportation to uncover what was taking place. According to WCCO, the team witnessed "open drug use" and "exchanges that looked like drug deals" across the network. Drug paraphernalia was also discovered around the vehicles and on station platforms.

 Banks reduced their borrowings only slightly from two Federal Reserve backstop facilities in the most recent week, a sign that institutions are taking advantage of the central bank’s liquidity in the wake of turmoil.

One day after posting what many saw as inciteful language on social media, former President Donald Trump took things to the next level, warning of “potential death & destruction” if he were to be charged with a crime.

Donald Trump pushed back on calls for his supporters to be peaceful if he is indicted and told Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to drop the Stormy Daniels hush money case as the grand jury was canceled for the rest of this week.

The ex-President posted a fired-up message on Truth Social insisting he is innocent and calling Michael Cohen a 'nut job' with 'zero credibility' as a decision in his case was pushed back again.