Joe Biden is increasingly critical of President Trump — and, by implication, America’s governors — for pressing ahead with reopening. Warning of a second wave of the virus in the fall, he says Trump should listen more to his scientists who are skittish about uncaging Americans.
The decision of the Department of Justice to drop all charges against former National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn constitutes an admission of the most grievous and outrageous kind of misconduct by the chief investigative arm of the federal government: the FBI.
On April 26, New York’s Board of Elections announced the cancelation of the state’s presidential primary slated for the end of June. With just Biden still in the running, the decision would seem to be inconsequential.
That’s what New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo probably wants us to think.
Pleading the public health emergency, Democrats are trying to replace voting at the polling places with mail-in and absentee ballots.
Sounds like a good idea, but it opens the door to massive voter fraud, which is probably their intention in the first place.
The stage is set for the next congressional food fight — a battle over a phase-four stimulus package aimed at relieving state and local governments.
Truly they have both suffered from sharply declining revenues as business life closed down and patients piled up at their hospitals. Nobody should begrudge them the funds to make them whole.
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As Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York pleads for federal assistance in the various phases of the stimulus package, we should realize that he is hoping the Washington dollars can help him paper over a $6 billion deficit that his budget was showing before the virus hit.
President Trump needs to take a Clint Eastwood-like stand and bluntly tell the dozens of major American companies that have greedily — and possibly illegally — wolfed down 70 percent of the money allocated to small businesses under the Paycheck Protection Plan that they have to refund the money, in full, by Monday morning or face legal criminal prosecution for larceny.
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Roger Stone, Trump’s friend, and former aide is about to start serving a 40-month (three years, four months) sentence for lying to Congress. But with coronavirus ravaging the country, and especially its prisons, Stone says that incarceration is akin to the death sentence in his case, citing his age (67) and asthma condition, so he is asking for a delay in starting his sentence until the virus passes. He is right.
Pundits say that the coronavirus and the economic collapse it is causing doom President Trump’s chances of victory.
It’s not necessarily so.