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  • Editorial Comment: Budget surplus shows we can cope with problems, grow fast June 10, 2021 1:34 am The Herald (Zimbabwe) The Herald The Second Republic’s major fiscal achievement of balancing revenue and expenditure, that is keeping the budget in balance, is continuing as the “new normal” with a $9,8 billion budget surplus recorded in the first three months of this year. …
  • EDITORIAL: A corporate global tax minimum rate would enshrine mediocrity June 10, 2021 12:54 am The Washington Times ANALYSIS/OPINION: The relentless quest for excellence is ingrained in the American DNA. People the world over revel in the satisfaction of success as well. Imagine, then, the bizarre sight of top sprinters at the upcoming XXXII Olympiad in Japan …
  • EDITORIAL: Gun study bills raise questions June 10, 2021 12:13 am The Daily Gazette - New York You know when you take a piece of meat out of the fridge that’s been in there a couple of days, and it has a kind of funky smell, but you decide it’s probably good and you go ahead and cook it anyway? That’s the feeling we get from two bills that passed …
  • [Editorial] Thorough probe required June 10, 2021 12:08 am Korea Herald The ruling Democratic Party of Korea decided Tuesday to recommend voluntary departure from the party to 12 of its lawmakers, who are suspected of involvement in illegal real estate dealings. It decided to expel two of the lawmakers, who were elected by …
  • Editorial: Corruption at John de la Howe demands criminal investigation, clean sweep June 9, 2021 11:24 pm The Post and Courier - South Carolina If you make a cash deposit of $10,000 or more, your bank has to inform the federal government, under a law designed to detect money laundering and tax evasion. If you deposit the cash in multiple slightly smaller amounts in order to evade detection — a …
  • EDITORIAL- Missouri lawmakers ignore farmers' concerns at their peril - Guest Commentaries June 9, 2021 11:10 pm Missouri State News.Net A rebellious movement is gaining traction among farmers that could put them directly at odds with pro-business GOP lawmakers like those who dominate the Missouri legislature. Farmers are tired of newfangled farm equipment that comes loaded with expensive …
  • Editorial: Not a wasteland state June 9, 2021 11:04 pm Afghanistan Times After two decades of U.S. warfare in Afghanistan, nobody has ever thought to heap in such a period of hopelessness. There is no thinkable scenario in Afghanistan after the U.S. troops withdraw due to intensification of war, and the government losing …
  • Editorial: When will California’s state of emergency stop being an emergency? June 9, 2021 11:03 pm California Courts While it appears that Newsom is acting in good faith to protect Californians, he hasn’t done a great job communicating that. He needs to make it clear what it will take to lift the 58 executive orders and end the suspension or alteration of the 400-some …
  • History Will Judge Us Harshly on COVID Response ~ VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL (June, 2021) June 9, 2021 11:01 pm The Valley Patriot - Massachusetts June,  2021 Dr. Anthony Fauci is the top health official in the country and has shaped public policy on how the United States government responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to the massive spread of COVID-19 in the U.S., Fauci said that wearing a …
  • Editorial: Ramachandran for East Bay Assembly seat June 9, 2021 10:24 pm Bay Area Reporter Residents in Alameda, San Leandro, and part of Oakland have started early voting in the June 29 special primary election for the 18th Assembly District seat. The seat became open after Governor Gavin Newsom tapped former Assemblyman Rob Bonta (D) to be the …
  • Editorial: New drug for Alzheimer’s: Sound science or profit-driven? June 9, 2021 10:00 pm Chicago Tribune - Illinois The new medicine won’t come cheap. Biogen, the drugmaker, says it will cost around $56,000 annually, which according to CNBC, is much higher than analysts were anticipating. “That’s the wholesale price, and the out-of-pocket cost patients will actually pay …
  • End religious incitement before it's too late - editorial June 9, 2021 9:37 pm Jerusalem Post Over the past week, as the incoming government has taken shape, we have witnessed a vicious campaign of incitement directed against the coalition, especially at Naftali Bennett and his Yamina Party. This has culminated in United Torah Judaism and Shas …
  • Wall Street Journal editorial: Leaker of IRS data to ProPublica wants Democrats to hike taxes June 9, 2021 8:40 pm Fox News The New York Times getting panned for its Mara Gay defense, a case of mistaken identity at Vice President Harris’ press conference, and a White House press corps flight being delayed by cicadas round out today’s top media headlines The Wall Street Journal …
  • Editorial: In trying to control what students learn, the Connecticut GOP is once again turning to Trump-style racism June 9, 2021 8:08 pm Hartford Courant Hartford, Ct. - 06/01/2020 - Demonstrators including Abimbola Oretadu (second from left) and David Walker kneel with Connecticut State Trooper Maurice (no first name available) after hundreds of demonstrators closed I84 during a march in response …
  • Editorial: Help wanted from Boston employers to provide summer jobs June 9, 2021 7:50 pm Bizjournals
  • Boston Globe editorial board calls for Trump to be criminally prosecuted June 9, 2021 7:06 pm The Independent The Boston Globe’s editorial board argued that former President Donald Trump should be criminally prosecuted for obstruction of justice, inciting the Capitol riot and his attempts to overturn his election loss in Georgia. “There is only one way left to …
  • EDITORIAL: Class of ‘21, you have been an inspiration June 9, 2021 5:13 pm The Brunswick Beacon - North Carolina Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 9:51 am “Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get.” Log In Already a subscriber? Register/Activate account If you subscribe to the newspaper, you already receive FREE access to all the …
  • Editorial: Bad behavior mars recovery from COVID pandemic June 9, 2021 4:29 pm Reading Eagle Though many of us are thrilled to be living without the restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, there were bound to be some problems as things reopen. For more than a year people have spent much of their time in isolation. There were few …
  • EDITORIAL: Marching Along with the Broadband Band Wagon, Part Three June 9, 2021 4:21 pm Pagosa Daily Post Read Part One BroadbandNow estimates 674,433 people in Colorado lack access to an Internet service that can provide 25 Mbps (million bits per second) download speeds and 3 Mbps upload speeds. That is higher than the 161,000 people the FCC and the 182,600 …
  • Editorial: BPD leadership search can't wait June 9, 2021 4:06 pm Dorchester Reporter On Monday, the city’s acting mayor, Kim Janey, fired the now-former Police Commissioner Dennis White following a brief legal tussle over whether she had the power to do so or not. Once a series of judges ruled that she did, the dismissal was only a matter …