“Mr. Elias’s political inclinations and job prospects obviously have absolutely no bearing on whether the serious allegations that he is making about the attorney general are true,” he said, appearing to read from a written statement. … [Read more...] about GOP Lawmaker Forces DOJ Whistleblower To Admit He Sought Job With Democrats During Trump Impeachment
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“He looks great up there right now,” first baseman Matt Olson said. “I’ve played with him for four or five years now, so I’ve seen Frankie at his best and he looks really good. We’ve got a lot of guys that we can throw in there at second, which might seem like a problem but it’s a good problem to have. … But Frankie’s just cool, laid-back, goes about his stuff. Two homers already. It’s what he does.” … [Read more...] about A’s Franklin Barreto ‘could be electric’ in short season as vies for 2nd-base job
So what can Trump, Mitch McConnell, and Kevin McCarthy do in the extremely short window of opportunity they have before they are stuck sliding to defeat? Well, they could simultaneously speed up state and local coronavirus responses while boosting the economy by throwing huge sums of money at these conjoined problems, much as House Democrats proposed back in May with their passage of the Heroes Act. That $3 trillion measure included $875 billion that would go a long way towards countering state and local fiscal problems which are both hampering coronavirus responses and feeding public employee layoffs and public program cutbacks. It also included $100 billion in relief for renters and $75 billon for those struggling to make mortgage payments — plus extension of the $600 supplemental unemployment insurance payments that have been so critical to people temporarily or permanently losing jobs. It would also allow another series of direct $1,200 checks for lower-and-middle-income … [Read more...] about Why Doesn’t Trump Spend the Tax Dollars Necessary to Save His Presidency?
As the administration weighs a tax overhaul, trade restrictions, infrastructure spending, and other high-profile economic policies, Moore will be advising “Wall Street banks, hedge fund managers, investors,” in his description, on what to expect from the new administration. He and Goolsbee will be holding a series of conference calls—about 30 per year “on topics that range from macroeconomics to geopolitics to public policy from domestic to international,” Wolf said—to update 32 Advisors clients on the state of major financial policy initiatives. … [Read more...] about From Trump Economist to Partners With Obama’s Pal
“Individual colleges and universities have been very proactive in reaching out to students to say, ‘we value you, we want you here, you may not be hearing the government say they want you here, but we do,’” Banks, of NAFSA said. “They are applauded for that effort.” … [Read more...] about Experts warn Trump treatment of international students hurts U.S.