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Rep. Michael Waltz, R-Fla., took issue Friday with President-elect Joe Biden's massive $1.9 trillion stimulus package proposal that aims to combat the coronavirus and attempt to pump up a U.S. economy severely battered by the worst pandemic to strike the globe in a century.
Last week this column examined the government pension racket in Connecticut through the example of the “retirement” of New Haven Police Chief Tony Reyes, who is only 49 and is giving up his city salary of $170,000 to become police chief at Quinnipiac University in adjacent Hamden.
Joe Biden, the crazy uncle who escaped from the attic long enough to get himself elected, is proposing massive subsidies for Blue States that are circling the drain.
New York City apartment tenants are more than $1 billion in debt from missed rent payments during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new survey measuring the depth of the rent crisis brought on by Covid-19.
Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan’s decades at the height of political power may be coming to an end. A post-Madigan Illinois presents an opportunity to undo decades of corruption and financial mismanagement that stem from his rule.
Washington is suddenly looking more generous. Last Tuesday’s elections in Georgia gave Democrats control of the Senate. That means, among other things, there's new hope that Congress will provide additional aid to states and localities.
Just as Americans gathered to vote in the 2020 presidential election, Donald Trump’s White House announced that it was finalizing the administration’s effort to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accords.
The man most responsible for the dreadful condition of Illinois politics and the state’s finance has finally suffered a tentative defeat.
Millions of Americans are now working from home, with the pandemic shutting down their offices since last March.
Citing a lack of transparency and communication from Baltimore County Public Library leadership and seeking health care benefits for almost half the library system’s workforce, library employees are trying to unionize.