Litigation abuse far predates COVID-19, but its consequences have been magnified as companies scramble to protect themselves against unprecedented threats.
Given the potential for mismanagement, misinformation and unintended error–and we’re not even discussing the possibility of fraud–it’s astonishing that the media keep trying to reassure voters that mail-in ballots are a safe and secure way to ensure their vote is counted.
The majority of new drugs invented globally are invented in America, in large part because our government does not dictate prices. The president should keep it that way, and, just as he did with NATO, demand that our allies fall in line.
Employers, employees need flexibility now more than ever--that includes wages and benefits.
Trump tried to calm the public during a pandemic and sound an optimistic note that the country is slowly returning to normal—and the media consider that a bad thing.
While the election isn’t until November 3, it looks like lots of people and businesses are, in a sense, “voting” early—with their feet.
Employers need flexibility now more than ever, and that includes wages and benefits.
Despite all of the Democratic claims of pandemic competence, there is little reason to think that the party could have handled the virus any better.
In her emotion-driven speech to the virtual Democratic National Convention, Obama made several claims that are at best misleading. And if the media won’t do its job in pointing out these contradictions, others have to.
In a city where broadband abounds, San Antonio’s choice to build its own wireless network in an attempt to close the digital divide is a very poor use of taxpayer funds.