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Opinion: Taking the Shears to the American Dream – Inside Sources

Coming to America as an immigrant can be difficult — a new country, a new culture and often even a new language. Unfortunately, unnecessary occupational licensing restrictions create barriers for immigrants, making it much more challenging to start lives in America. Barbering is a common profession for immigrants. Take Amar, a Syrian refugee who has cut

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Opinion: How Fair Voting Maps Turned Out Voters in the Midterm Elections – Inside Sources

Pundits who focused on Democratic versus Republican battles before the election missed the real story — that fairly drawn voting maps boosted turnout and elevated voter choices in places like California, Colorado and North Carolina. The inspiring turnout of young people, women and people of color in the midterm elections came because people’s interests, and

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Opinion: Now What, Mr. Biden? – Oliver L. North and David L. Goetsch

On Nov. 9, while flummoxed Republicans were trying to figure out why their “Red Tsunami” didn’t happen in this year’s midterm elections, a buoyant Joe Biden held a White House news conference. His goal: change the subject. After meandering about looking forward to working constructively with Rep. Kevin McCarthy, Old Joe blamed a grueling international

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Opinion: The Story of the Midterms: The Cult vs. The Cause – Inside Sources

“He who has a ‘why’ to live for can bear almost any ‘how,’” wrote philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, and this midterm election suggests he was on to something. Nietzche’s point was that people are willing to sacrifice material comforts and their personal well-being in service to a cause greater than themselves. One of the most common

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Opinion: Tech Layoffs May Give U.S. IT Workers Opportunities – Joe Guzzardi

Elon Musk, Twitter’s new Chief Executive Officer, and the firings he immediately called for that included H-1B visa holders, as well as the tech industry’s mass, across-the-board layoffs, raise a three-decade-old question: should the H-1B visa be eliminated, and should U.S. tech workers be put first in line for the white-collar, well-paid jobs? Musk, who

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Opinion: Hypocrisy Abounds at Climate Summit – Inside Sources

Every year, global climate summits feature a parade of hypocrisy as the world’s elite arrive on private jets to lecture humanity on cutting carbon emissions. The current U.N. climate summit in Egypt offers more breathtaking hypocrisy than usual because the world’s rich are zealously lecturing poor countries about the dangers of fossil fuels — after devouring massive

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