Right now, the main political danger is a repeat of 1980, when the Reaganite/supply-sider/neocon alliance came to power and subsequently ruled for 28 years. It is clear the remnants of that alliance are using these same issues as a means of regaining power. The objective of the neo-Reaganites is the creation of a Latin American-style plutocratic caudillo in North America, and the objective of the neocons is to continue the PNAC program by initiating a war with Iran.
Trump running again in 2024 might actually be beneficial because it will escalate polarization and fragmentation on one end while continuing to semi-cockblock the neocons on the other end. If not Trump, the ideal GOP candidate would be one of his family members or associates or a Republican that has totally hitched their wagons to Trumpism. Also, we need more Republicans elected to Congress who are offensive to neocon sensibilities like Greene, Cawthorn, Boebert, etc. All of these people are way too friendly to the Reaganite/supply-sider/neocon alliance, but they’re still a thorn in their side. And we need more Squad-like Democrats elected to Congress as well in order to continue the escalation of polarization.
Gas prices have risen $1 a gallon since Joe Biden’s election, while crude oil prices have doubled since November to $83 per barrel — and some analysts predict they could rise by another $10 before the end of the year. Natural gas prices have shot up more than 150 percent in the same period, which means winter heating bills for the half of American homes that use natural gas are projected to be 30 percent higher than last year — 49 percent higher in the Midwest.