Despite what some have predicted, COVID-19 hasn’t gone away with summer or fall or general election.
I’m taking a break from brooding over the latest COVID-19 surge and cursing the chaos of the presidential race so I can properly mourn the passing of longtime “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek.
The quasi-end of the election has most of us thinking about what the results mean for the economy. Other than forecasting a recession among political pollsters, there are few certain answers.
After Joe Biden was projected the winner of the presidential election, I read many variations of this sentiment, written by Frank Rich in New York Magazine:
If a community is growth-oriented, consideration must be given to the resulting demand on the roadway system, not to mention increased demands on schools, hospitals and the line at the local d…
Many economists have analyzed the policy differences Mr. Biden or Mr. Trump will bring to the U.S. economy. Equally important will be the consequences to the economic policies of the losing party.
One can certainly argue that almost no election has ever been decided by a single vote. Therefore, my vote won’t change anything so why bother? The risk of COVID exposure can be used as the ex…
The film “Honest Thief” is a perfectly middle-of-the-road Liam Neeson action vehicle. Not as bad as “Unknown,” not as good as “Cold Pursuit.”