Obama, last night: “For that same reason, we must also address the crushing cost of health care. This is a cost that now causes a bankruptcy in America every thirty seconds.” Nope. There were 1.1 million bankruptcies in America last year, which does come out to roughly one every thirty seconds, but the housing bubble bursting was a much bigger factor in last year’s total than health-care costs.
The district’s superintendent defended the racially exclusive event in an email to NR.
Next year’s midterms could look particularly bleak for the Democrats.
Vaccination prevents severe reactions, not infections.
Why are they supporting legislation that could arm the transgender movement’s efforts to silence dissent with the full force of the civil-rights bureaucracy?
The remarks come after the Labor Department announced that the consumer price index increased 6.2 percent from the previous year.
The speaker appears determined to proceed to a vote on the ‘Build Back Better’ agenda, putting moderate House Democrats in grave political danger.
The order will allow the state to limit non-essential and non-urgent hospital procedures in certain situations.
The deadline will be pushed back until at least March, when the appeal hearing will be scheduled.
The looting took place despite Governor Gavin Newsom’s vow to increase police presence.
Why unions, bad management, and a nude artist inspire thankfulness.
Licorice Pizza proves that when the art-house auteur wants to, he can make (somewhat) conventional crowd-pleasers with the best of them.
Small, independent toy stores are struggling to compete against the big box retailers.