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COVID-19

Opinion: Do Tax Cuts Cause COVID?

Do tax cuts cause COVID? If not, why does the Democrats’ new $1.9 trillion COVID “relief” package try to stop states from lowering tax rates? Despite the tone coming from the White House and much of the new media, America’s economy is not in shambles. February’s 6.3 percent unemployment rate, for example, is lower than

Opinion

Opinion: Three Things You Need To Know About the “For The People Act”

Last week, a bill to fundamentally change America’s election system narrowly passed the Democratic-controlled House by a 220-210 vote. Sponsors call H. R. 1 the “For the People Act,” but critics note that the legislation would take power away from people to run elections in their own states. The sweeping impact of H.R. 1 is

Politics

After impeachment acquittal, Trump remains dominant in GOP

The Republican Party still belongs to Donald Trump. After he incited a deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol last month, the GOP considered purging the norm-shattering former president. But in the end, only seven of 50 Senate Republicans voted to convict Trump in his historic second impeachment trial on Saturday. For Trump’s loyalists, the acquittal

Impeachment

Trump’s speedy impeachment trial heads toward Senate vote

Senators are poised to vote on whether Donald Trump will be held accountable for inciting the horrific attack at the Capitol after a speedy trial that laid bare the violence and danger to their own lives and the fragility of the nation’s tradition of a peaceful transfer of presidential power. Barely a month since the

Impeachment

Convict Trump or face dire democracy damage, prosecutors say

Dire harm from Donald Trump’s false and violent incitements will vex American democracy long into the future unless the Senate convicts him of impeachment and bars him from future office, House prosecutors insisted Thursday as they concluded two days of emotional arguments in his historic trial. Making their case, they presented piles of new videos

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