October 17, 2020

Opinion

Opinion: Why Trump’s Supporters Are Stubbornly Loyal

The coronavirus is “a good thing” the president said. He doesn’t like shaking hands with “disgusting” supporters.” That’s what Olivia Troye, the most recent former member of the Trump administration to turn on him, reported. That shouldn’t come as a surprise. The president’s deep-felt identity rests on his wealth and superior status, the very opposite

Business

US retail sales grow for 5th month in a row

Retail sales rose strongly in September, the fifth straight month of growth, as Americans spent more on clothing, cars and sporting goods. U.S. retail sales jumped 1.9% last month, the U.S. Commerce Department said Friday. That’s more than double what was economists were expected. And it’s up from the 0.6% increase in August. “Americans raced

Legal Beat

Jewish leaders call COVID rules ‘blatantly anti-Semitic’

Three Rockland County Jewish congregations are suing New York state and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, saying he engaged in a “streak of anti-Semitic discrimination” with a recent crackdown on religious gatherings to reduce the state’s coronavirus infection rate. The Manhattan federal court lawsuit filed late Wednesday accused the Democrat of making negative, false, and discriminatory statements

Opinion

Opinion: Anti-Women Attacks on Judge Barrett Show the Left’s True Agenda

As soon as rumors started circulating regarding Seventh Circuit Judge Amy Coney Barrett being nominated by President Trump to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, progressives started leveling untrue and reprehensible attacks against Judge Barrett. They have attacked her religious beliefs, her faith practices, the size of her family, and the fact that

National

Scammers seize on US election, but it’s not votes they want

The email from a political action committee seemed harmless: if you support Joe Biden, it urged, click here to make sure you’re registered to vote. But Harvard University graduate student Maya James did not click. Instead, she Googled the name of the soliciting PAC. It didn’t exist — a clue the email was a phishing

Opinion

Opinion: Term Limits for Court Justices — Point-Counterpoint

Point: Term Limits Would Make the Court More Recognizable to Our Founders Tyler Cooper | InsideSources.com Maybe no one is above the law, but unfortunately, in our democracy of more than 330 million people, the vagaries of a few individuals’ mortality determines the law. Following the passing of 87-year-old liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg earlier this