David Potter

David Potter is Director of Digital Media for Americans For Limited Government

David Potter

Biden is right, we need to ‘boost the productive capacity’ of oil and gas in the U.S. So, why isn’t he doing it?

By David Potter In his Wall Street Journal op-ed “My Plan for Fighting Inflation,” President Joe Biden promised to boost American energy production: “We need to take every practical step to make things more affordable for families during this moment of economic uncertainty—and to boost the productive capacity of our economy over time.” Biden is right, […]


As gas prices soar to record highs, Biden said the quiet part out loud on ‘going through an incredible transition’

By David Potter As usual, President Biden is out of touch with the American people. On May 23 , Biden seemed to celebrate the record high gas prices. With undertones of enthusiasm, he stated that “when it comes to gas prices, we’re going through an incredible transition… we’ll be stronger […]


Why did it take Biden three months to realize almost half of U.S. baby formula production was offline?

By David Potter Baby formula shortages in the United States have been an issue since 2021 but recently have become much worse. For the first 7 months of 2021, out of stock (OOS) rates were between 2 percent and 8 percent. The second half of last year […]


DHS’ disinformation agency warned against ‘harmful suggestions to drink bleach’ to kill Covid after Trump press conference in 2020

By David Potter The Department of Homeland Security’s disinformation agency, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), in early May 2020 issued a disinformation warning against “potentially extremely harmful suggestions to drink bleach” after a controversial April 23, 2020 press conference by former President Donald Trump about the use of solar light and other disinfectants to kill Covid on surfaces. The President turned to members of […]


Biden’s 2030 net zero carbon goals are delusional, and forcing Americans to play along is cruel

By David Potter In December of 2021, President Joe Biden signed the Executive Order on Catalyzing Clean Energy Industries and Jobs Through Federal Sustainability that set a goal to have net-zero carbon emissions from electricity by 2030. It is unrealistic and delusional. The infrastructural manufacturing costs are too high for sufficient scale of near-universal adaption in America and will […]


Why Republicans still need Trump’s Truth Social after Musk liberates Twitter

By David Potter On April 28, former President Donald Trump returned to social media by sending out a “Truth” on Truth Social, announcing, “I’m back! #COVFEFE” as the new app continues its public beta test on Apple devices. But Trump has stated that he will not be […]


Twitter might never get a better offer than Elon Musk’s

By David Potter Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently announced that the State of Florida is exploring legal options against Twitter for an alleged failure to live up to their fiduciary responsibilities to shareholders. Out of 800 million outstanding Twitter shares , the Florida State employees’ pension fund manages 946,960 . DeSantis said that Twitter’s […]


West Virginia is ground zero for the battle for broad Educational Savings Accounts in America

By David Potter One of the broadest Educational Savings Accounts (ESA) in the nation is set to go into effect on Aug. 15 in West Virginia. The program stipulates roughly $4,300 to West Virginia students that leave the public school system for either private schools or to implement […]


Biden allowing increased ethanol in fuel this summer is nearly useless and may violate the Administrative Procedures Act—again

By David Potter President Joe Biden’s plan to extend the availability of higher biofuel blends of gasoline during the summer months is a tiny bandage on a massive wound. Biden intends to allow the sale of E15, or gasoline containing 15 percent ethanol, to continue through the […]


If he transforms Twitter, Musk will be demonized as severely as Trump. He should do it anyway.

By David Potter The Left loves free speech, but only if their speech is freer than that of people outside of their tribe. As big tech’s social media platforms have saturated American culture over the past 10-15 years, Silicon Valley technocrats have gained a previously unimaginable power- […]


Red wave 2022 seems almost inevitable

By David Potter The midterms outlook keeps getting worse for Joe Biden and the Democrats. According to data from a new CBS YouGov poll , the priorities of the American people are poorly represented in the DC beltway. Issues that concern Americans the most are also the same issues in […]


Democrat-controlled House Oversight Committee ignoring Hunter’s laptop to focus on NFL workplace conditions

By David Potter Last Tuesday, Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee  denied a motion  for a subpoena that would compel President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, to testify as a witness on electrifying the vehicle fleet belonging to the USPS. Republicans on the Committee seek to question Hunter in […]


Can Elon Musk save Twitter? Should he?

By David Potter Twitter has been struggling to find its footing in recent years with the social media platform under fire for political censorship and a lack of transparency. But, Twitter may have found a new ally in Elon Musk. The tech mogul recently disclosed that he […]


The personal effects of inflation and how it creates recessions

By David Potter Historically speaking, high inflation—greater than 5 percent—has always preceded many of the  recessions in the United States. The causality follows a simple chain of events. Household budgets for items such as housing, food, and energy are fixed — or at least rigid — for […]


Is Joe Biden’s low approval rating permanent?

By David Potter According to a new Ipsos/Reuters poll that was conducted on March 21st and March 22nd, Joe Biden’s approval rating has continued to fall to 40 percent, with Americans citing economy and foreign conflict as their top concerns. It was discovered that 54 percent of Americans had […]

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