“I will raise taxes for anybody making over $400,000,” Biden says over and over. “Let me tell you why I’m going to do it. It’s about time they start paying a fair share of the economic responsibility we have. The very wealthy should pay a fair share, corporations should pay a fair share.”
Joe Biden’s campaign platform is beginning to creep out of his basement. That was the opening line to my Aug. 5 Pilot article, “Joe Biden Does Not Offer New Ideas On Education.” For those who missed it, Biden got an “F” on education. This time, let’s look at a second pressing national issue:…
Joe Biden’s campaign platform is beginning to creep out of his basement. Let’s look at one pressing national issue: education.
Donald Trump surprised a couple hundred million Americans in 2016 by winning the election few expected him to win.
Is voter fraud a problem? Yes, and we have choices; do nothing, take a chance that it might get worse, or try to fix it.
On April 8, The Pilot published my column about the “pork” included in the $2.2 trillion “Take Responsibility for Workers and Families Act.” In that article I pointed out over $100 billion of goodies that are unrelated to COVID-19 relief.
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