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“The son of immigrants, born in New York City, raised in Harlem and the South Bronx, a graduate of the City College of New York, he rose to the highest ranks of the United States military and … more
Want proof that the Biden administration is really the second incarnation of the Carter administration? We have runaway inflation, Americans trapped overseas, a member of the first family who tried … more
President Biden hit the road in an attempt to peddle the Democrats’ mega spending package — a package that originally carried an eye‐popping price tag of $3.5 trillion. It now appears … more
Joe Manchin said it best: “We have 11 million jobs that we haven’t filled, 8 million people still unemployed. Something’s not matching up here.” The West Virginia … more
When the 2021 session of the General Assembly began, passage of legislation to advance public access to records of disciplinary actions taken by those employed by taxpayers in state and local … more
A new book, “Peril,” by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa on the last weeks of the Trump administration is generating a firestorm of controversy, especially regarding the conduct of Gen. Mark … more
President Joe Biden decreed on Thursday that private companies with more than 100 workers would have to make it a condition of employment for them to get vaccinated — either that, or take … more
The latest jobs report for August was disappointing. Job growth fell by more than half and was one-third of expectations. This was partly because of COVID concerns. But we still don’t have … more
You are craving a Caesar salad, but you have a problem: There is only one restaurant in town, and it won’t tell you what it is serving until you have paid. Stomach rumbling, you take a chance, … more
President Joe Biden endorsed legislation that would give car buyers $2,500 for buying a union-made electric vehicle (EV) and another $2,500 for buying an EV if it is made in America. A better … more
The bipartisan group of senators that just passed a $1.1 trillion federal infrastructure bill is attempting to sell it as a reasonable, centrist compromise. Yet it is neither reasonable nor … more
As chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, Sen. Ron Wyden wants to see his ideas on how to reduce drug prices become law in the multitrillion-dollar spending bill that Congress will soon … more
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