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Saturday, August 8, 2020

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Biden Campaign Says He Is So Close To A VP Pick He Can Smell Her

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden's campaign announced that he would be making his pick for Vice President soon, adding that the former Vice President had recently stated, "I'm so close I can smell her."

Biden's staff says Joe has been pacing the halls of capitol buildings, congress, and the Senate sniffing the air like a starve-crazed bloodhound in search of the perfect female candidate. "He's huffing longer, deeper inhalations," said his campaign manager Greg Schultz. "That means he's getting really close."

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President Trump Plans To Sign An Executive Order Suspending The Payroll Tax. The American People Will Thank Him

On August 6, President Trump tweeted that the White House was preparing an executive order which would temporarily suspend the payroll tax.

An idea first proposed by Stephen Moore and Phil Kerpen in the Wall Street Journal on August 2, President Trump’s order would direct the Department of the Treasury to suspend the collection of payroll tax dollars.

While Democrats, the media, and even some Republicans have expressed their disapproval towards a potential suspension of the payroll tax, this move will do more to revitalize the American economy than any trillion-dollar stimulus package. A payroll tax suspension would greatly benefit our country’s frontline workers, resulting in an immediate raise for millions of American employees.

Opponents insist that this measure would do nothing for the unemployed, but this could not be further from the truth. President Trump’s executive order would put cash back in the hands of businesses that would otherwise be confiscated by the federal government, thereby enabling companies to hire additional workers.

Suspending the payroll tax would also add less to the national debt than any proposed stimulus bill, all while eliminating the need for trillions of dollars in unnecessary spending.

Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle have dragged their feet and refused to take bold steps to put the American people back to work. While politicians often pay lip service to our “essential employees,” they have failed these individuals by continuing to disincentivize work, all while encouraging government dependency.

There’s even precedent for declaring such an executive order. The IRS deferred payment of income taxes from April to June of this year. Therefore, this payroll tax holiday is essentially a payroll tax deferral. What’s needed for sake of posterity is the passage of a bill into law that would protect workers and forgive such payments down the road. If Democrats in Congress refuse to stick up for America’s workers and pass such a bill, Trump could add the issue into the mix this November.

President Trump’s decisive action will result in robust economic growth, and a pay boost to those who need it most in this critical period. While Congress debates how many hundreds of billions of dollars in bailouts for blue states should be included in the next relief package, the White House is delivering on its promise to make a rapid economic recovery a reality.

Politicians who decry the free market and insist that the government lead us through this economic downturn will maintain that endless spending is the only way to truly assist the American people. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, American workers — even frontline workers — have been forgotten in the federal government’s abysmal economic response. Rather than aiming to create jobs and give a pay raise to frontline employees, politicians have used the pandemic as a justification for useless spending.

President Trump was correct when he pushed Congress to cut the payroll tax, and he deserves to be commended for recognizing the need to lawfully exercise his presidential authority at this critical moment.

The American people will be grateful to President Trump for suspending the payroll tax. This executive order will help eliminate the need for...

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Has the pushback against Democrat overreach begun?

One of the things that struck me today was how many stories involved people pushing back. They're pushing back against the Black Lives Matter narrative, they're pushing back against cancel culture, and they're pushing back against the Wuhan virus lockdown. In other words, after being beaten around the head for a few months, Americans are beginning to remember that they're a free people in a constitutionally run nation. They're finally getting mad as hell, and they're not going to take it anymore.

Everyone's been noticing that America's blue-state governors have some bizarre ideas about how the lockdowns they've imposed are supposed to work. Big stores get to stay open; small stores with fewer customers are shut down. Marijuana shops are open; hairstylists are shut down. Left-leaning mass rallies with thousands of people are good; going to the beach is bad. Funerals for famous criminals and politicians can be packed; funerals and church services for ordinary people are dangerous. The only standard seems to be what best serves the state's coffers, the politicians' wallets, and the Democrats' need for theater.

People are chafing to return to ordinary life. They need to get out of their houses and back to their jobs. And they need to return to their familiar, uplifting rituals. My favorite report from Thursday involved an enterprising church that held a service in a Walmart:

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Freed from jail amid coronavirus, VA rape suspect kills accuser: report

Ibrahim E. Bouaichi was released in April, fatally shot the woman in July, report says

A Virginia rape suspect, who was released from jail because of concerns regarding the new coronavirus, went on to kill the woman who had accused him, according to police.

The Washington Post was first to report that Ibrahim E. Bouaichi shot and killed the woman in late July, after he was released April 9, according to the newspaper and Alexandria police.

Bouaichi was indicted last year on charges that included rape, strangulation and abduction. The woman, whom police identified as Karla Elizabeth Dominguez Gonzalez, testified against him in Alexandria District Court in December.

He was jailed without bond in Alexandria – until the pandemic hit. Bouaichi’s lawyers argued that he should be freed awaiting trial because the virus endangered inmates and their attorneys. He was released on a $25,000 bond over the objections of a prosecutor.

Circuit Court Judge Nolan Dawkins released Bouaichi on the condition that he only leave his Maryland home to meet with his lawyers or pretrial services officials.

He is accused of killing Gonzalez on July 29.

On Tuesday, police published a statement stating they were looking for Bouaichi, whom they described as armed and dangerous.

Authorities said Wednesday that federal marshals and Alexandria police spotted and pursued Bouaichi in Prince George’s County, where he crashed his vehicle and apparently shot himself. As of Thursday, he was in grave condition.

Meanwhile, Dawkins retired in June. He did not respond to the Washington Post’s request for comment.

Bouaichi’s attorneys, Manuel Leiva and Frank Salvato, said in a statement that they were “certainly saddened by the tragedy both families have suffered here.” The lawyers said they “were looking forward to trial. Unfortunately, the...

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The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #1073

You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

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