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Image of the Day: Another View of Those Helped in Trump Economy

From our friends at the Senate Joint Economic Committee (JEC), another helpful perspective on how President Trump's economic agenda has helped those who need it most, in contrast to his predecessor who only claimed his policies pursued that end:

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January 28, 2020 • 09:55 am

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Why Don't 2020 Democratic Also-Rans Quit The Race?
By Byron York
Tuesday, August 27 2019
So far, four Democratic presidential candidates — Eric Swalwell, John Hickenlooper, Seth Moulton and Jay Inslee — have dropped out of the 2020 race. What is amazing is that the number is only four, and that 21 Democrats are still running. Of the 21 still in the race, 14 are polling below 2.0 percent in the RealClearPolitics average of national polls. Andrew Yang is at 1.8 percent; Tulsi Gabbard is at 1.4 percent; Julian Castro, 1.4 percent; Amy Klobuchar, 1.2 percent; Tom Steyer, 0.8 percent; Steve Bullock, 0.8 percent; Marianne Williamson, 0.8 percent; Kirsten Gillibrand…
 
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Ethnic Studies Latest Ploy to Brainwash Kids
President Donald Trump told a rally last week: "We are all Americans. We all share the same home.…
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What We Need to Know From the Horowitz Report
There will be much to learn in Inspector General Michael Horowitz's upcoming report on the Trump-Russia…
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Castro “Doxxing” of Trump Supporters Reconfirms Need for Donor Privacy Legislation
In recent days, Representative Joaquin Castro (D – Texas), brother of 2020 Democratic presidential…
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A Bad Deal, 80 Years Ago
Some 80 years ago, on Aug. 23, 1939, Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union signed the Molotov-Ribbentrop…
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Feds' Outdated Cancer Advice Deadly to Patients
When it comes to protecting yourself from cancer, don't take the government's word. Listen to the experts.…
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Why Is the Presidential Field So Old?
Here are the ages that the top presidential candidates will be on Inauguration Day, 2021: Bernie Sanders…
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Joaquin Castro's 'Doxing' of Voters Is Un-American
This week, Democratic Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro, who chairs the presidential campaign of his twin brother…
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The Fed Has No Business Entering the Real-Time Payment Market
When most Americans think of the Federal Reserve, to the extent that they do at all, they naturally associate…
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Question of the Week   
How many U.S. Senators moved directly from the Senate to the White House upon having been elected President of the United States?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"Do Schumer and Pelosi want to sacrifice Biden in a bid to damage Trump?That's the choice they face. Either the nation moves on to other business and the election, or the parties engage in mutual destruction over Bolton and the Bidens.Acquittal and moving on is my hope. Mutual destruction is my fear."…[more]
 
 
—Michael Goodwin, New York Post
— Michael Goodwin, New York Post
 
Liberty Poll   

Voters in Kings County (Seattle), Washington, are being allowed to vote in a local election from their smartphones. Is this a good idea because of the ease of voting or a bad idea because of voting security and integrity concerns?