The Ties That Bind Joe Biden and Donald Trump

Regardless of who wins the presidential election in November, I can promise you this: The rich will continue getting richer while America’s middle class and economically disadvantaged will get poorer.

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Shawn Fain’s UAW: America’s Union Disgrace

Given developments and alarming disclosures this week that reflect poorly on UAW president Shawn Fain, workers would be wise to steer clear of the union under his leadership.

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On Seeing Some Good in Walmart’s Evil

Like many Americans, I long viewed Walmart as pure evil. Under the decade-long leadership of CEO Doug McMillon, the company has undergone considerable reform. Comparatively speaking, McMillon deserved the $27 million he was paid last year.

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New York Times: All the Adultery That’s Fit to Print

The New York Times’ damning takedown of Nicole Shanahan, the running mate of independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., revealed as much about the former newspaper of record’s institutional character as it did about Shanahan’s.

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The Ties That Bind Google and UAW Workers

Google was long hailed as the gold standard of what was once known as HR management. It’s telling how much in common Google employees share with UAW autoworkers these days, including some similarities that are very unflattering.

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President Biden’s Miserably Failing EV Transition

If American taxpayers had even an inkling of the ineptitude of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and the billions they are squandering, President Biden would be forced to immediately fire the cabinet members he’s entrusted to oversee his EV ambitions and dreams.

The linked commentary is intended to sound the alarm in wake of Elon Musk’s bizarro decision to fire Tesla’s 500-person A-list team responsible for the care and feeding of the EV maker’s vaunted Supercharging network.

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