Biden’s first day executive order brings discrimination against our daughters

Julie Reeder
Julie Reeder
After watching the inauguration, I was interested and had a spark of hope to see how President Joe Biden was going to unify the nation. It made for a good speech, but in his first week he has taken 40 executive actions, which is more than any president in history. It is ironic after he said last year that to rule by executive order would be governing like a “dictator.” There is a place for executive actions, but it can be controversial because it cuts out the debate in the legislature with all the stakeholders and some consensus and a vote. Every president has used them, but none to the degree Biden has. One of the most troubling ones aside from the bills that have caused thousands of job losses was the executive order he signed the first day in office to reportedly prevent and c
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