The word “oath” has two very different meanings, and both meanings have been prominent in recent news.
Now that Democrats control the White House and both chambers of Congress (however narrowly), they will probably approve a new round of federal borrowing to bail out state and local governments with shaky finances.
It was a disjointed, isolating and lonely moment befitting a year of disjunction, isolation and loneliness.
The Green New Deal has recently dominated the press as one of the most hotly debated political subjects arching over our political divide. But what is it? And why is it?
In the aftermath of the Dec. 27, 2020 COVID-19 relief law passed by Congress, I have been thinking of a proper one-word description for our Congress members and I have settled on “pathetic.”
For the better part of two decades, I had an unshakable gnawing at the back of my mind to purchase land. Constant military moves brought me to various locales across this great nation but there was never that “aha” moment to act.
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