Daily Update

Our society is simply inexplicable lately.  How does one cosponsor a bill designed to put an end to animal testing using kittens, when one voted against protecting newborns?

Far too many of today’s elected officials see their positions as one to enrich themselves and/or family members. 

And too many of today’s elected officials cannot admit that their policies are responsible for the problems they face: De Blasio rants that feds are to blame for NYC’s problems. 

It’s sad to see 2020 Dems kissing Sharpton’s … ring. 

Congresswoman Debbie Lesko believes that the bill the House passed today, will actually hurt women more.  Here is her assessment of the democrats’ bill:  I Survived Domestic Violence. Here’s Why I’m Voting No on Violence Against Women Act.

The Daily Signal’s Daniel Davis sits down with President-elect of El Salvador Nayib Bukele to discuss his recent election, migration, crime, and ways the US and El Salvador can work together in the coming years.

Do you ever wonder why countries are giving only token efforts to stem the tide of migrants to the United States?  The answer is probably in this article. 

U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low, Below All Forecasts. 

Ken Girardin writes about Albany’s other big raise.  

The Beat takes another look at congestion pricing.