The United States ranks 35th out of 36 developed countries for public spending on early childhood education and care. Yet female labor participation is highly correlated with GDP growth, as proven in numerous studies, illustrating that just such investment in childhood education, child care and family services increases economic growth. The current fight against the
As the November presidential election approaches, President Trump and Republicans have begun a full-throated assault on vote-by-mail. Ironically, Trump has probably committed both a crime and voter fraud when he voted by mail with an absentee ballot as a new resident of Florida in the state’s March 17th primary. The basis for this charge, brought
Trump’s muddled pandemic response is unmasked by the COVID-19 virus itself, attacking his reelection chances and self-image. Nothing represents this failure more than, the mask. Today the president confirmed that a member of the vice president’s staff tested positive to COVID-19. The staff member is Katie Miller, Mike Pence’s press secretary and wife of senior
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The president held a campaign rally in North Charleston, North Carolina last night where he misstated the number of U.S. coronavirus victims at 15 (it is now 60), while claiming that coronavirus is the Democrat’s “new hoax.” Earlier in the week, the president held a February 26 White House press conference where he tapped VP
It was another busy week for the president’s thumbs. Monday he announced, “Will be in Manchester, New Hampshire, tonight for a big Rally” in order “to shake up the Dems a bit – they have a really boring deal going on.” The president went on to suggest that Iowa Democratic votes “were fried.” “@SexCounseling” was
Attorney General William Barr spent Valentine’s Day Eve cleaning up the mess that President Trump created with his Twitter feed comments on the prosecution brought against his long-time friend and political advisor Roger Stone. After more tweets raging against the DOJ’s recommended sentencing for Stone, and following years of raging against the Department of Justice,
For the country, the week started with its focus on three events: the Iowa Caucus, the State of the Union and Impeachment. Not surprisingly the president’s twitter feed spent time on all three. After finishing the previous week inaccurately suggesting that the Kansas City Chiefs were based in Kansas (they are in Missouri), Trump hit