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Sep 09 2019
Biden and Warren, longtime frenemies, will finally meet in a debate chasing the biggest prize of all
Vice President Joe Biden came to the Capitol in late 2016 to preside over Senate passage of a cancer-fighting measure named after his son, the Beau Biden Memorial Moonshot. In a day of bipartisan bonhomie, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was among those praising Biden, calling him “a man who spent his career fighting for working families.”
But earlier, in a private meeting withWashington Post
Nov 10 2020
The Supreme Court will likely not threaten the bulk of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, after Justices Brett Kavanaugh and John Roberts said they supported leaving the rest of the law intact if they struck down the individual mandate. The individual mandate, which a group of Republican states is arguing against in California v. Texas, refers to a fee paid if you can affordPolitico CNBC Washington Times
Oct 21 2021
Do college administrators have a duty to protect students against harmful speech and negative emotional consequences? Or is the purpose of college education to expose yourself to different views and build resiliency against bad ideas? Explore all perspectives, stances, and arguments for and against free speech on college campuses with AllStances™ by AllSides.
Henry A. Brechter
Dec 17 2019
“House Democrats and the White House announced a deal Tuesday on a modified North American trade pact… They said the revamped U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement [USMCA] was a significant improvement over the original North American Free Trade Agreement, with Democrats crowing about winning stronger provisions on enforcing the agreement while Republicans said it will help keep the economy hummingThe Flip Side
Apr 23 2020
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Protests against lockdown measures and social distancing guidelines happened throughout the U.S. in the past week, as people grow restless with the coronavirus-induced economic shutdown.
Some protesters still followed physical distancing guidelines, while others did not. Top health officials haveHenry A. Brechter
Mar 31 2020
This Abridge News topic aggregates four unique arguments on different sides of the debate. Here are the quick facts to get you started:
THE QUICK FACTSWith Wuhan, the source of the coronavirus, reporting very few new cases per day, China has focused its energies on sending medical aid to other countries, most notably to Europe.The aid has included hundreds of Abridge News
Apr 02 2019
Virtue-signaling is now the refuge of scoundrels.
Since ancient times, it has always been scary when moral auditors audit their own. Or as the Roman satirist Juvenal put it of male guardians entrusted to shield chaste girls from randy males, Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? (“Who will watch the watchmen?”)
When humans sense that there’s neither an earthly nor divine deterrentVictor Hanson
Mar 22 2019
If you have concerns with ObamaCare and Democrats’ obsession with abortion and free contraception, just wait until 2020 comes around. If a Democrat gets elected, we could be living under Medicare For All.
Their Medicare For All plan may be the Democrats’ biggest folly. For me, it’s not merely the sticker shock, though even Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has acknowledged concernsGuest Writer - Right
Jun 14 2019
In his much publicized visit to Iowa, President Donald Trump made a few false and misleading statements about agricultural exports:
Trump touted an agreement with Japan on U.S. beef exports, but he wrongly claimed, “They haven’t bought our beef since the year 2000.” U.S. beef exports to Japan have exceeded $1 billion every year since 2012, and Japan has been the largest export marketFactCheck.org
Apr 29 2020
Sweden has taken heavy criticism for refusing to issue a nationwide lockdown while facing the COVID-19 pandemic. But on Wednesday, The World Health Organization praised the Scandinavian country as a "model" for managing the virus without shutting down its economy.
The New York Post reported that WHO's chief emergencies expert, Dr. Mike Ryan, told reporters during a news conference thatThe Blaze