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Whither health care after election? Who knows?

Pre-campaign, the biggest issue facing the 2020 candidates was the cost and coverage of health care in America. In normal times, the political campaigns of President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden would have clarified their game plans for health care. Not so much this time around. The two surviving candidates have muddled the way ...

Demand Vos and Evers draft joint virus plan

If ever there were a compelling reason for Americans of all stripes and groupings to come together for the good of the country, it’s the battle against the novel coronavirus COVID 19. To be effective, it has to be a united front. So how did it get so partisan? Public health issues usually find a compromise ...

Biggest losers from debate: Trump and USA

All Americans can at least agree on one dimension of President Trump’ recent history: he knows how to command center stage. The headlines of late have been all Trump, all day, every day. His debate awfulness, intentionally or not, blew the New York Times revelations on his tax avoidance and massive business losses off front page. ...

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