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As Biden said: American democracy was at stake
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Editorial
As Biden said: American democracy was at stake
When Biden asserted that the nation’s democracy was at stake in the election, the people understood. The lies of Trump and his followers dissolved before the impact of President Biden’s words. And Americans are once again able to unite and build an even stronger country.
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The news media finally gives Biden his due
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Editorial
The news media finally gives Biden his due
Perhaps now with the Inflation Reduction Act passed, voters will begin to recognize that Joe Biden has been an extraordinarily successful president.
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Pressley, Warren call on Biden to cancel student debt
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News
Pressley, Warren call on Biden to cancel student debt
Last week Massachusetts lawmakers came together with education advocates and union leaders to urge President Joe Biden to cancel student loan debt as the clock ticks on the federal moratorium instituted during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Opinion
If not Joe, then who?
In 2020, Biden was the only Democrat who had any realistic chance against Trump. Four years later, little has changed.
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President Biden’s sustained defense of America
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Editorial
President Biden’s sustained defense of America
Americans often expect instant results from any undertaking by political leaders. Consequently, the recent drone strike that killed the leader of Al Qaeda demonstrates the result of a strategy that was 21 years in its execution. At times, voters were unreasonably critical of President Biden’s patient execution of the plan, but his strategy produced results.
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With Austin in charge, Biden defends democracy
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Editorial
With Austin in charge, Biden defends democracy
While the Democrats presently have margin in the House of Representatives (221-209), the U.S. Senate is already equally divided, but two Democratic senators, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, can already not be relied upon to vote for issues supported by President Biden. Consequently, Blacks should expect the president to have difficulty implementing “Build Back Better” programs that are opposed by Republicans.
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Opinion
Destroying Biden
Not a moment passes since President Biden took office that somebody, somewhere isn’t making a doomsday prediction that Biden will fail.
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Opinion
Biden’s date with destiny is here
The arc of Joe Biden’s life scrawls a single word: perseverance. But 13 months into this unlikely presidency, it looked like his luck, his uncanny political timing, had finally run dry
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On the road to success
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Editorial
On the road to success
Not one Republican in the House of Representatives voted to support passage of President Biden’s Build Back Better bill.
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Opinion
Infrastructure bill presents opportunity to diversify trades
The infrastructure bills now making their way through Congress offer a once-in-a-generation opportunity to crush barriers to women, including women of color, that keep them from achieving good careers and better lives, as they do the work of rebuilding America.
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Will Biden’s plan help housing?
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Business
Will Biden’s plan help housing?
While the selected communities await expanded affordable housing in their respective locales, the rest of the nation awaits congressional action on President Biden’s goal of improving housing infrastructure as announced in his American Jobs Plan.
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Nation marks Tulsa massacre
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News
Nation marks Tulsa massacre
Recent attention on the Tulsa massacre included a visit this week by President Joe Biden, Congressional hearings on reparations to the victims and their families, nationally covered commemoration ceremonies and a broader reckoning of the incident in the context of a national conversation about narrowing the racial wealth gap.
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