The New York Police Department rolled out a video “game truck” this month in an effort to connect with youth in neighborhoods where community relations with law enforcement have been strained. But the program has its critics.
The knee-jerk reaction to Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s first term was that she was less conservative than some had hoped and others had feared. But those judgments may be premature, because the real tests for Barrett will come over the next year.
There's no doubt that the nation's highest court has shifted to the right, just how dramatic that swing has been is a matter of debate.
“Students benefit from in-person learning, and safely returning to in-person instruction in the fall 2021 is a priority,” says the new guidance issued Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Over 90 percent of U.S. troops have already left Afghanistan since President Biden announced earlier this year that the withdrawal would take place. About 600 military personnel remain, most of whom guard the U.S. Embassy in Kabul or the capital city’s airport.
“Conglomerates benefit from the infrastructure paid for by taxpayers. … Shouldn't they help pay for all this?”
“Placing the burden for infrastructure improvements on those who use the facilities is the traditional way.”
“The world’s investors are offering America a cheap line of credit … and there’s no real reason to turn them down.”
“The carbon tax has unique advantages … It’s the obvious way forward.”
“A focused bill that repurposes unspent Covid funds is the best option.”