During the 2020 presidential campaign, Joe Biden emphasized a message of unity and made his case for healing the soul of America. He echoed this again in his inaugural address to the nation by recognizing the common foes we face: “anger, resentment, hatred, extremism, lawlessness, violence, disease, joblessness, hopelessness,” and a deadly virus. However, uniting the country is easier said than done and will take some hard work in order to bring the American people back toget
Why did thousands of Trump supporters invade the US Capitol? Why was there a shirtless man dressed in a Viking outfit taking pictures on the Senate floor? Why did Donald Trump receive more votes than any other incumbent president in US history? Why did two incumbent Republican senators lose their seats in a historically red state? Why does everyone seem so angry and why are we so divided? These questions may seem larger than life and defined by an incomprehensible amount of v
Their willingness to put children last and fight to keep schools closed has proven once and for all that teachers’ unions do not, in fact, have kids’ best interests at heart. One of the first things we learned about the coronavirus is that it has a near-zero death rate for kids. We also soon found that children are far less likely to transmit the virus than adults. Considering these facts, one might reasonably expect that schools would be some of the first institutions to reo
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