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As we start to emerge from the dark COVID cloud, there were some rays of sunshine in terms of the progress that healthcare made in 2022. Congress acted in a bipartisan manner to fund research and vaccines and, oddly enough, spent little energy arguing about whether people deserved healthcare or not. The Inflation Reduction Act
For those who serve in the military, that is the ultimate bonding time: Camaraderie beyond imagining and sharing beyond compare. Laughing, fearing, hurting, hoping, and, sometimes, dying together. A time when the future is just a day ahead, a command away and if in combat, a time when death can arrive in an instant. When
It’s that time of year again for America’s mail carriers. With two months to spare before 2023, the Postal Service has unveiled a colorful array of new postage stamps for the coming year. Consumers can look forward to novel designs featuring the Great Smoky Mountains, floral geometry, red foxes and winter woodland animals. Unfortunately, consumers will have
In a desperate Hail Mary attempt to deflect blame for high energy prices, President Biden ratcheted up his war of words on the American energy industry ahead of midterms. Once again, he threatened American producers with even more taxes, this time with a disastrous Windfall Profits Tax. Larry Summers, top Democrat economist and former advisor
Has everyone gone crazy, or is it just me? Over the last several years, it’s become nearly impossible to discuss political issues without it spiraling into an argument or an uncomfortable silence that seems to linger long after the fact. In 2020, the Pew Research Center released a study that found 45 percent of all U.S. adults