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Let me ask again: Why isn't the media reporting that oil companies chose to raise prices rather than increase supplies?

On a rainy post-Thanksgiving Friday, I was inspired by Coats for Kids at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford. Thanks to the Knights of Columbus for the heartwarming gifts to kids who’ll be warmer this winter.

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If Amazon paid just 15% of its profits in taxes, it would have owed an extra $836 million in 2020 alone. That's $836 million in revenue that could be used to invest in child care, housing, health care & more. We must pass the #CorporateProfitsMinimumTax .

This week’s column: COVID gave us as the chance for a 'life-changing' economic experiment, but we've turned our…

How much are this year’s I’m a Celebrity contestants being paid?

Judicial Watch obtained White House travel records from the Secret Service in response to FOIA requests for all records concerning the use of U.S. Govt funds to provide security and/or any other services to President Biden/any companions. READ:

Corporations are exploiting the pandemic to gouge consumers with higher prices on everyday essentials, from milk to gasoline. American families shouldn’t be bankrolling corporate America’s record-high profits.

On this day in 2006, 1LT Ben Keating, 27, of 3/71 CAV was killed in Afghanistan after volunteering for a dangerous mission so no one else would have to do it. Have a thought for him and his parents and sister, who miss him so.

Next week, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Mississippi’s dangerous abortion ban—one that is harmful and cruel to patients. This is a direct challenge to #RoeVWade , so we’ve got to keep speaking out & fighting to protect the right to abortion.