AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, followed by Majority Whip John Cornyn, leaves a Republican meeting on health care on Capitol Hill. In the wake of House Republicans’ May passage of the American Health Care Act, a proposal that would throw 23 million more people off their health care coverage in order to […]
Automation–networked robotics, software and processes–has already had a major impact on jobs. As this chart from my colleague Gordon T. Long illustrates, the rise of Internet technologies is reflected in the steady, long-term decline of the labor force participation rate– the percentage of the populace that is actively in the labor market.
President Trump is well known for his masterful use of the social media platform Twitter, possessing the ability to destroy his enemies with a single tweet. The president took to Twitter recently to take a shot at Democrat failure Nancy Pelosi and “Cryin Chuck” Schumer, much to the delight of his supporters. Mocking his opponents, […]
The loving liberal left hasn’t missed a hateful beat. Even after a rabid anti-Trump “Bernie Bro” shot up a baseball field of GOP House members, nearly killing Rep. Steve Scalise, liberals are still spewing vulgar hate and wishing DEATH on our America First president. Pulitzer-winning author, Michael Chabon, hopes Trump has a stroke and is “carted […]
Looks like Chris Matthews has another “tingle” going up his leg. This time, it’s for Democrat Senator Cory Booker, who appeared on his “Hardball” show, where he was given a bunch of “softballs” and then propositioned. The “unbiased” (cough, cough) Matthews interrupted his own interview to invite Cory Booker out to dinner. I’m sure he’ll […]
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