Opinion: Why the CFPB’s loss at the Supreme Court is really a win
The CFPB is here to stay.Read more: The Washington Post »
Opinion: Why Roberts stuck with precedent in the abortion caseOpinion: Why Roberts stuck with precedent in the abortion case (via latimesopinion) opinion SCOTUS has also now become a willing tool of American foreign policy by ruling that NGO's receiving funds for HIV-AIDS funding can be forced to comply with American policy on Israel. SCOTUS has become just another Zionist expansionist mouthpiece opinion Baby lives matter!!!! 👶 opinion Because sometimes traditionalism and institutionalism work.
Op-Ed: Data undeniably show why the Supreme Court's June Medical abortion outcome is good for womenChief Justice Roberts helped preserve access to abortion, but his reasoning didn't weigh the consequences of denying women control over childbearing.
Why resiliency can help you better cope with the COVID-19 pandemic - Business InsiderBusiness Insider is a fast-growing business site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals. Launched in 2007, the site is now the largest business news site on the web.
Unilever's Paul Polman: Why Today's Leaders Need To Commit To A PurposeI spoke to Paul Polman about his personal mission to be a force for good instead of just making a profit, how Unilever is able to serve all their stakeholders, the advice he would like to pass along to emerging leaders about sustainability, and his best career advice. Hey. That's talking about Trump
Chuck D reflects on new anti-Trump anthem and why today's civil rights movement is uniquePublic Enemy released an anti-Trump anthem, calling for the resignation of President Trump even before the 2020 election. “The mountains burn and you got to put out the fire,” Chuck D told ABC News. Chuck D you need to talk to the other trump loving brothers . The voice of the one calling out in the wilderness prepare the anointed way of the Messiah in your hearts is currently speaking to the church. Tune in here
Why are similar countries experiencing COVID-19 so differently?The US has new coronavirus infection rates that look more like countries that spend much less on health care, particularly Brazil and Russia. - MeetThePress MeetThePress MeetThePress Well. The wall didn't really help here I see. MeetThePress If we didn't have so many dumbasses not wearing masks we might actually be doing better