Now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, abortion could soon become illegal in half of the country. Or so Democrats warn. But it’s impossible to know how the debate will play out in many states. And a recent study from the Guttmacher Institute, which supports abortion rights, s… Read more
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The House select committee on Jan. 6 has failed to dampen support among Republican voters for Donald Trump. Fifty-three percent of Republicans say they would support Trump if he ran again in 2024. They believe he was a great president and that he was treated unfairly by the media and the pol… Read more
This is a difficult moment for Roe v. Wade to have fallen. Read more
Getting to the bottom of fraud that occurred when local, state and federal governments jumped into action in 2020 and 2021 to provide pandemic relief is important – not only to hold those who cheated to account but also in terms of developing better programs when emergencies occur in the future. Read more
The Lone Star State does not have the best track record as a sovereign power. The Republic of Texas survived only 10 years from independence to annexation by the United States in 1845. Texas seceded during the Civil War – and, with the rest of the Confederacy, was crushed. Read more
The conventional wisdom on abortion polling is that the U.S. Supreme Court is walking into a gale-force political wind if it overturns Roe v. Wade. Gallup reported this month that 55% of Americans identify as pro-choice, up six points since 2021 and near a record high. The Wall Street Journa… Read more
Just 36 months ago, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said low inflation – it had averaged just 1.7% for a decade – was the nation’s foremost economic challenge. That challenge has been surmounted. Inflation has now nullified nominal wage gains; real wages have fallen, hurting most those t… Read more