The Politics Of Sentiment Authored by Peter Tchir via Academy Securities, The Politics of Sentiment The politics of, ooh, feeling good. I wanted to follow up on our CONsumer CONfidence T-Report and thoughts on the University of Michigan sentiment survey. Consumer Confidence versus Independents The data on sentiment by political affiliation seems to go back
Christopher Bedford and Emily Jashinsky discuss the importance of spending time with family, taking days off, and expressing gratitude.
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Social and emotional learning is the latest trend at your child’s school. SEL sounds beneficial, but that’s a disguise.
Inflation is wrecking homes across America this Thanksgiving as Biden and his regime believe that Americans will learn to deal with it.
Conservative leader William F. Buckley Jr. and black writer James Baldwin engaged, or engaged rather incompletely, in a celebrated debate on the ongoing civil rights crisis at Cambridge University in February 1965. As can easily happen in a race-related argument, there seems to have been no real communication between them, although each made worthy points.
At a time when American conservatism is said to have lost its way as a principled force, a careful reexamination seems necessary, for those who claim this and those who disagree. Either camp would profit from taking a fresh look at the long, much-admired career of the conservative movement’s reputed founder. A Man and His Presidents:
Its new rules spell the end of women’s sports at the highest levels of global competition. All women everywhere should boycott the Olympics entirely.
There is no indication that Biden will hold anyone accountable for poor performance. He would rather ride this horse than make a change.