As the world brings COVID-19 under control, economies will start moving again. Businesses and consumers will be looking to move money they had on ice back into the market. There will be unprecedented opportunities to help millions around the world overcome poverty and live healthier, happier and more productive lives. We’re building a new ecosystem that will give everyone the chance to grow and prosper in ways our parents could never have imagined
In this video, we’re going to take a look at how the GOP is doing in the two key bellwether states that almost always determine the winner of the general election, we’re going to look at Trump’s skyrocketing approval ratings, and we’re going to see precisely why so many business owners are preparing for the far left to be freaking out the day after the election, you are not going to want to miss this!
.@VP@Mike_Pence: "Biden would be nothing more than a Trojan horse for the radical left. They're already talking about Cabinet appointments. Maybe you read about that. I'm hearing that Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are looking to be on the Cabinet." pic.twitter.com/fxioocH4SD
Russia loomed over the U.S. elections four years ago, but here’s a 2020 twist no one saw coming: Vladimir Putin and Joseph R. Biden both want everyone in their vast nations to mask up in public.
Mr. Putin issued a mandate requiring masks on public transportation and other public spaces last week, as the coronavirus spreads across his country and Europe.
Mr. Biden, the Democratic nominee, is pushing for a similar move in the U.S., calling for a “nationwide mandate” that amounts to a face-covering requirement on federal property and interstate transportation and a plea for every governor to issue a mask mandate.
George Washington University Law School professor Jonathan Turley can do more than pour cold water on the Democrats impeachment circus, he can also throw facts in the face of leftists who want to cancel America's history.
The student government at the University of Wisconsin-Madison voted unanimously to remove a statue of Abraham Lincoln, which the student government sees as a "remnant of white supremacy." President Lincoln, who signed the Emancipation Proclamation and lobbied for the 13th Amendment, is not a "remnant of white supremacy."
In 2016, Democrats held an edge of 916,274 voters over Republicans. Less than a week before Election Day, that advantage has dropped to 686,558. Republicans have whittled that deficit by nearly 230,000 registered voters, a group almost matching the size of Cumberland County.
Polls have shown former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, holding a consistent lead over President Trump. Republicans are pointing to their success in registering voters as a better barometer of Trump’s reelection prospects and the success of GOP legislative candidates.