Joe Biden made a lot of promises in last night’s semi-State of the Union address, most of which involved spending vast sums of money. But will this promissory note that is unlikely to materialize in the real world energize Democratic voters as much as it drives Republicans to the polls in opposition? Also, Sen. Tim Scott’s clever and impressive rebuttal.

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  1. LukeWVa Listener
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    John Podhoretz is wrong that fracking didn’t exist until the 2000’s.   Fracking has existed for many decades.   The “game-changing” innovation was horizontal drilling.

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