You don’t have to be an accountant to see that the federal government isn’t doing a good job of balancing the books.
U.S. Reps. Trey Hollingsworth and Andre Carson debate whether the federal government is spending too much. Plus, Pierre Atlas and Shariq Siddiqui reflect on the Middle East conflict and Dana Black writes that America has always been divided.
As we emerge from this pandemic, we can’t just return to the status quo that hurt working families, and ultimately our economy.
“For example, don’t believe everything everyone tells you. Do your homework on important issues.”
I believe the solution lies in two secure and viable states, sharing Jerusalem.
It is not antisemitic to criticize Israeli policies or to express solidarity with the cause of Palestinian rights.
Public health officials have never relied on people to act responsibly or prudently. That’s why we have public health regulations.
Bob fell ill. Seriously ill. After a few days, he went to the emergency room. … Things never got better.
I am looking forward to the time the vaccines that have received FDA emergency authorization receive “full FDA approval.”
Many more changes are ahead. Many daunting challenges remain.
The supermajority was ill-prepared for this largesse. It has had only two ideas: Cut taxes and build the surplus. There were too many dollars for this.
Internet connectivity is a requirement for those needing to participate in e-learning, access health care remotely, find employment and more.
The hard part … is setting expectations about where we can win—and where we can’t.
The LGBTQ community has strenuously fought long and hard against stereotyping and yet it now is condoning stereotyping of law enforcement officers.
It seems to me that, if we avoided divisive labels like ‘gun control,’ it might be possible to have a more reasoned debate on at least some issues.
Though I might have my opinion on who the morning-line favorite will be in the 2024 GOP primary, the horses have not yet been loaded into the gate.
“The core idea behind conservative support for red-flag laws is that the problem is not with the gun, but with people.”
“The universe gave me the gift of a year to complete the task, so how much did I get done? Nothing.”
“Take the time to create your own clear perspective in every possible way while you are updating your resume or shopping for that new interview suit.”
“What grates on me more than anything are store employees who disregard the customer.”