From WSJopinion: The impasse over Covid-19 legislation is a policy failure with constitutional implications, writes BillGalston
Compromises on policy are within reach, but the process has broken down.
Aug. 11, 2020 1:41 pm ETThe impasse over Covid-19 legislation is a policy failure with constitutional implications. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday that most issues between congressional Democrats and the Trump administration had been resolved, with the exception of aid to states and localities and the extension of supplementary unemployment insurance payments. No doubt differences of degree remain in other areas, but these seem to be the two main fiscal sticking points. If so, compromise should be within reach.
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opinion BillGalston Media failures to tell the whole story,only steering stories that make left appealing,,,socialism isn’t appealing opinion BillGalston Let's be honest...the democrats don't give a damn about the Constitution they swore to uphold. The simple fact the laws they invoke never apply to them. Explain to US 🇺🇸 how that is Constitutional in our current so called representative democracy.
opinion BillGalston Dems passed a bill THREE MONTHS AGO and Mitch McConnell said he 'had no urgency' and didn't even bring it up to debate. He suddenly panics a week ago and decides to rush through a proposal that DRASTICALLY lowers benefits for American Public. opinion BillGalston We don't need covid legislation. It's a power grab. Laws rarely ever go away. Patriot Act. Protect freedom.
Opinion | Untangling the Media Myths of Covid-19From WSJopinion: The media has handled the pandemic dishonorably and with clear partisan bias, writes gerardtbaker opinion gerardtbaker A media member writes a biased article about the media being biased. Classic. opinion gerardtbaker They published an onslaught of articles pretending that Cuomo handled the virus perfectly, offered little coverage of his massive screwups....... Then when it came to the origin of the virus, publishing CCP propaganda seemed fine with their stated ethics.......... opinion gerardtbaker
Opinion | Viral COVID-19 mask 'exemptions' are legally — and morally — indefensibleOpinion | Lois Shepherd: Viral COVID-19 mask 'exemptions' are legally — and morally — indefensible. - NBCNewsTHINK KennethHowardC3 THINK funny those mask people in the background wtf THINK Masks are are useless as your opinion, Lois. THINK Meanwhile, protesting and rioting during a public health crisis isn’t deemed “a choice that puts both their health and the health of those around them in jeopardy.” Let’s see some consistency for once.
Opinion | Don’t Let Covid and the Flu Team Up to Pound AmericaFrom WSJopinion: A priority before the fall and winter should be developing antiviral drugs that can be given early to prevent severe illness, writes ScottGottliebMD opinion ScottGottliebMD opinion ScottGottliebMD opinion ScottGottliebMD We have that now. Hydrochloride, z-pack.
Opinion: Michelle Obama and Melinda Gates: We can't ignore adolescent girls in Covid-19 fightHistory has shown that a global crisis like the Covid-19 pandemic puts the education, safety and futures of adolescent girls at even greater risk, leaving the world in further peril. Michelle Obama and Melinda Gates argue that addressing these risks must be a priority in the world's pandemic response.
Premios Juventud: Inside America's First Live Awards Show in the COVID-19 EraAiring this Thursday, Premios Juventud will become America’s first live awards show in the COVID-19 era. J Balvin, Pitbull and Karol G are slated to perform under strict safety precautions Omg...🤯hope everyone is safe. So dumb Rolling Stones you are nothing but a promoter of propaganda and disinformation
Alyssa Milano Holds Up Clump Of Hair To Show Effects Of COVIDHair loss is one of many 'long haul' symptoms of the virus, according to new research.