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Jun 07 2022
The Biden administration has canceled yet another set of student loans. This time, the government “forgave” the money owed by those who attended Corinthian College, a for-profit education group now defunct.
Many have attacked this series of loan cancellations as illegal or unfair. The Founders would have used another word: immoral. These actions violate the spirit undergirding humanThe American Spectator
Oct 07 2019
Democratic voters show renewed concern about primary field led by septuagenarians.
Bernie Sanders’s recent heart attack and hospitalization are bringing to the forefront an issue the Democratic party’s three leading presidential candidates have actively tried to minimize: their age.
At 78, the Vermont senator is the oldest in the party’s field. Former Vice President Joe Biden isWall Street Journal (News)
Dec 20 2016
A truck attack that killed 12 people and wounded several dozen is likely to fuel support for populists and criticism of German Chancellor Merkel.Christian Science Monitor
May 23 2015
Newly released emails suggest Hillary Clinton’s view of the Benghazi attack shifted over time.
Then-Secretary of State Clinton decided to duck out on a series of Sunday morning news shows discussing the attack in Benghazi, allowing Ambassador Susan Rice to take her place. However, emails published this Friday by the State Department show that Hillary’s staff checked the transBreitbart News
Dec 16 2021
No Credible Evidence COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines ‘Dramatically Increase’ Heart Attack Risk, Contrary to Flawed Abstract
The COVID-19 vaccines administered in the U.S. are not known to increase the risk of heart attack. But social media posts are misinterpreting an abstract in an American Heart Association journal as proof that the vaccine kills. The publisher later issued an “expression of concern” about the abstract “until a suitable correction can be published.”
Hundreds of millions of doses of COVID-FactCheck.org
Aug 09 2022
A day after the marathon voting session that saw his climate change bill passed by the Senate, President Joe Biden was off to Kentucky to meet people affected by flooding.
The state has been hit by a deluge that has toppled homes into rivers, left dozens dead and many more missing - the kind of event that will become more likely as a result of climate change.
For the president,BBC News
Oct 12 2021
Taking a daily low-dose aspirin has long been recommended for heart health, but an influential organization changed its guidance on Tuesday.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an independent panel of experts, released an updated draft recommendation that says most adults not take aspirin to prevent first heart attacks or strokes.NBC News (Online)
Jun 07 2022
Almost as soon as Stacey Abrams called Georgia the “worst state in the country to live,” the Democrat’s campaign expected the remark to be the center of new GOP attacks. Gov. Brian Kemp’s first TV ad of the general election cycle does exactly that.
“Bless her heart. Georgia leads the nation because Brian Kemp is the governor,” said the narrator of the ad, which plays Abrams’ remarksAtlanta Journal-Constitution
Dec 30 2019
Bernie Sanders's campaign released letters from three physicians that paint a rosy picture of the 2020 Democrat's health after he suffered a heart attack in the fall.
The first letter covering the Vermont senator's health comes from the Senate's attending physician, Brian Monahan. Sanders, 78, is "in good health currently," and the doctor sees no "limitation" of his "scheduledWashington Examiner
Dec 30 2019
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., on Monday released the results of his most recent annual physical exam, as well as letters from three of his doctors, making him the second septuagenarian in the Democratic presidential contest to offer an inside look at the details of his health.
"You are in good health currently, and you have been engaging vigorously in the rigors of your campaign, travelSalon