Magazine July 1, 2021, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

• Biden told Harris to keep people from going to the border, and she decided to lead by example.

• For a second consecutive month, the jobs report came in below expectations. With the economy reopening and household incomes up since last year, employment should be skyrocketing, but Biden’s stimulus bill extended enhanced unemployment benefits to September. That means six in ten benefit recipients make more off the job than they did on the job. More worrying than the unemployment numbers is declining labor-force participation, a clear indication that Americans are choosing not to go back to work. Sixteen Republican states

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