The following article, The forgotten epidemic in 2020: The Opioid overdose crisis, was first published on BizPac Review. Op-ed views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author. “Fifteen days to flatten the curve.” “Stay home, save lives.” If these slogans sound familiar, it’s […] Continue reading The forgotten epidemic in 2020: The Opioid
A group sent letters to white Democrats in a city’s wealthiest districts that urged them to sign a pledge that they won’t send their kids to Ivy League schools in the interest of racial equality. The post Attention White kids: No school for you. appeared first on The Liberty Loft.
Ugly, Tailing 7Y Auction Pushes Yields Higher After two solid auctions earlier this week ahead of the Fed which many rates experts predicted would tail (neither did), few were too concerned about today’s sale of $62BN in 7Y paper. Well, maybe they should have because while today’s auction was certainly better than the catastrophic, “failed”
Auditors Finish Counting Ballots In Arizona’s Maricopa County Authored by Zachary Stieber via The Epoch Times, Auditors in Arizona’s largest county on Wednesday finished a third count of ballots and will shift to compiling a draft report on the audit results. Workers overseen by retired auditor Randy Pullen, a former Arizona Republican Party chair, completed the third count at the
If several recent developments were not acts of God – a God saddened to see an America straying far off the beaten path of tolerance, common sense and love of the least-imperfect nation in an imperfect world – perhaps our Founding Fathers have banded together “up there” to play a role in giving those, ungrateful
The Biden Department of Justice under Merrick Garland is attempting to intimidate states who are auditing the 2020 presidential election. They must be worried. The DoJ sent out Guidance today. They called audits “exceedingly rare” while emphasizing that federal law imposes constraints under which counties and states must comply. They highlighted the dictum that no person
This is Bravo’s clear strategy to fend off critiques from lefty Instagram fan pages and Barnard graduates writing for The Cut. It’s making their product worse. It’s making race relations worse, too.
The following article, Terrible TV ratings leave NBC, advertisers worried, was first published on BizPac Review. Harry Wilmerding, DCNF NBC Universal and its advertisers are becoming worried about the success of Olympic broadcasting as TV ratings plunge and star athletes struggle, Variety reported […] Continue reading Terrible TV ratings leave NBC, advertisers worried …
The following article, BPR’s top cartoons of the day: Pelosi’s Puppets, was first published on BizPac Review. Cartoon of the day: Continue reading BPR’s top cartoons of the day: Pelosi’s Puppets …
The following article, House Republicans slam Biden admin for avoiding oversight, was first published on BizPac Review. Thomas Catenacci, DCNF A group of top House Republicans criticized Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen for avoiding oversight while her agency allegedly mishandles billions of dollars of coronavirus […] Continue reading House Republicans slam Biden admin for avoiding oversight