Month: January 2021
With pure grit and determination, along with an all-female campaign team, Nancy Mace managed to win her district by nearly 6,000 votes.
Given the group's propensity towards violence, The Norwegian Nobel Institute would be well advised to disqualify BLM from receiving or even being nominated for any of its awards.
There is now ample evidence that pro-growth policies, like business tax cuts, fuel wage growth, and new hiring works. Research on the minimum wage tells the opposite story: one of job loss and wage stagnation.
Many states, such as California and New York, have lifted the restrictions, which has allowed the return of activities in several sectors. Other states, such as those in the south, did not impose restrictions on mobility, thus avoiding a major impact on the local economy.
There's a lesson from history that we may still have time to learn before it is too late. Because the night has already begun, and it will get dark.
Salazar, a veteran journalist of Cuban descent, claims that serving on the Foreign Affairs Committee would be the best way to serve her Miami community.
Attorney General showed Governor Andrew Cuomo downplayed pandemic's deadly impact on nursing homes, health commissioner forced to reveal new number 56% (4,200) higher than initial figure