Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), wrote on Thursday that the Democrat agenda proves they are against “American families” and blue-collar workers. Scott released a statement in reaction to a New York Times report that claimed , despite blue-collar workers’ support for former President Donald Trump and Republicans, blue-collar workers allegedly do not receive much in return. Scott said that Democrat policies do not aid the average American. The NRSC noted in a press release that: Democrats want open borders and closed schools. The NRSC contended that President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) immigration policies created a new migrant crisis on the southern border. They added that Democrats opened schools for migrant children while refusing to stand up to teachers’ unions that would not open the country’s schools. Biden killed roughly 11,000 jobs by … [Read more...] about Rick Scott: Democrat Agenda Against ‘American Families, Blue-Collar Workers’
BOSTON (CBS) – Selling lemonade started as a fun hobby for 7-year-old Liza Scott and her grandfather, but the Alabama girl found it to be a lifesaving tool when she suffered a medical emergency. A possible cure brought her to Boston. “She has seizures that are caused by three different cerebral malformations,” said Liza’s mother, Elizabeth Scott. READ MORE: Worcester Police Searching For Missing 8-Year-Old Boy It’s a rare condition that Liza Scott’s family found out about a few weeks ago after she suffered her first seizure. The family traveled from Birmingham, Alabama to Boston to undergo the first of a series of brain surgeries at Boston Children’s Hospital to prevent future seizures and stroke. Little Liza began selling lemonade at her mother’s bakery to help cover the mounting medical costs. “She asked if she could sell lemonade and we were like ‘sure,’ to help pay for costs,” said Elizabeth Scott. “Insurance covers a good bit of it, but we’re now no longer in the … [Read more...] about Alabama Girl Sells Lemonade, Raises More Than $330,000 For Brain Surgeries In Boston
Rents in Denver have fallen during the pandemic, according to a recent market report, but that doesn’t mean apartment developers are any less keen on a city that was a hot spot for rent growth before COVID-19 came calling. In fact, the number of would-be apartments in the planning pipeline for the metro area hit a record 46,000 in December, according to Denver data firm Apartment Insights. The X Company, the Chicago-based developer behind the X Denver apartment tower that is inching toward completion after nearly three years of construction just north of Coors Field at 3100 Inca St., embodies that enthusiasm for the Mile High City even in the face of shifting consumer preferences. X Denver offers traditional studio and one-bedroom apartments inside its 12-story, 455-apartment frame, but the X Company also allows people to rent individual bedrooms with private bathrooms in two-, three- and four-bedroom “co-living” apartments with shared kitchens and common areas. Tenants can … [Read more...] about The X Denver apartment building is all about shared community space. Will it and other new projects succeed in the pandemic?
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for March 3 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A 7-year-old from Alabama – faced with the daunting cost of upcoming brain surgeries – has helped her family raise more than $315,000 to help pay for the procedures. Liza Scott was determined to alleviate some of the financial burdens off of her mother after finding out last month that she needs to have multiple surgeries to treat three rare brain malformations. So, she put her homemade lemonade stand to use. That stand, coupled with her online fundraiser, "Lemonade for Liza - Zest for Life w/ Brain Surgery " helped pave the way for her upcoming surgeries at Boston Children's Hospital. 8-YEAR-OLD WISCONSIN GIRL CREATES CHARITY TO HELP HOMELESS CHILDREN Liza Scott and her homemade lemonade stand at Savage's Bakery in Homewood, Alabama. (Elizabeth Scott) Liza's mother, Elizabeth … [Read more...] about 7-year-old Alabama girl sells lemonade to help fund her brain surgeries
President Biden Joe Biden The West needs a more collaborative approach to Taiwan Abbott's medical advisers were not all consulted before he lifted Texas mask mandate House approves George Floyd Justice in Policing Act MORE ’s strike in Syria is reviving a dormant fight over war powers as Congress looks to claw back some of its authority. The military action sparked grumbling from Democrats who say they weren’t adequately consulted on the strikes and questioned where Biden drew the authority, which the White House says falls under his powers as commander in chief. The war powers debate will have repercussions beyond just Syria, but senators say it underscores that while the administration has changed since the last time the issue was in the spotlight, the need for action from Congress hasn’t. ADVERTISEMENT “Last week’s airstrikes in Syria show that the executive branch, regardless of party, will continue to stretch its war powers,” said Sen. Tim Kaine … [Read more...] about Biden reignites war powers fight with Syria strike