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Opinion

Opinion: The Soul of The Nation Is the Constitution – Harlan Ullman

President Joe Biden faces what he calls two possibly existential conflicts. The first is the struggle between autocracy and democracy. The second was declared last week in Philadelphia: the fight for the soul of the nation against Trump “MAGA Republicans.” This column disagrees that the great struggle is between democracy and autocracy. The crucial question

Politics

Arizona Freedom Caucus Responds to Biden’s Speech Attacking Republicans

In response to Joe Biden’s speech Thursday night, where he personally attacked more than 74 million Americans, the Arizona Freedom Caucus released the following statement (on Friday): Last night, in an unprecedented speech by a sitting President of the United States, Joe Biden attacked 74 million Americans. This manner of this speech has never happened

Taxes

Some states could tax Biden’s student loan debt relief – Associated Press

Photo: Students walk past Sather Gate on the University of California at Berkeley campus President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan could lift crushing debt burdens from millions of borrowers, but the tax man may demand a cut of the relief in some states. That’s because some states tax forgiven debt as income, which means

Rich Lowry

Opinion: Biden’s student debt debacle – Rich Lowry

It’s hard to top President Joe Biden’s Afghan withdrawal for reckless policymaking, but his student-loan forgiveness scheme is a contender for his second-worst decision. Based merely on his say-so, with no credible congressional authorization, Biden is going to forgive $10,000 in student debt for individuals with incomes below $125,000 or household incomes below $250,000. Those

Michael Barone

Opinion: Student Loan Forgiveness: A Payoff for the Woke – Michael Barone

“A Bailout for Woke Higher Ed” reads the headline on the stringent analysis by the Wall Street Journal’s Allysia Finley of the Biden student loan forgiveness program. It’s a program that’s economically regressive, “even worse than you thought,” with big bailouts for the most affluent, as economist Tyler Cowen points out. It’s wildly more expensive

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