Denmark / America

McDonald’s worker in the US: $9/hr McDonald’s worker in Denmark: $22/hr, 6 weeks of annual vacation, a union, 1 year of paid family leave, life insurance and pension. America must join the rest of the industrialized world and ensure that our working class can live with dignity.

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The Senate voted unanimously today to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the brave officers who defended our Capitol against the violent insurrection of January 6. Lest we forget, 21 @HouseGOP  members voted no back in June:

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YouTube may be a private entity, but they're acting like an arm of the government censoring those who present an alternative view to the science deniers in Washington.

In July, CBP encountered more than 19,000 unaccompanied children, a record high. That’s thousands of children exploited by cartels and human traffickers and facing horrific abuse. Biden & Harris' open borders policies allowed this to happen. There’s nothing humane about it.

Gov. Cuomo has released an 85-page written response to the independent investigation, but it's only 26 pages of text. Most of the rest is dozens of photos of him hugging people and other politicians hugging people:

Biden on Cuomo: "I think he should resign."

Jen Psaki's message to politicians banning mask mandates or vaccine requirements — "If you're not going to be part of the solution, if you're not going to be part of saving people's lives, then get out of the way."

Today at approximately 2:30 p.m. EDT, @statedeptspox  Ned Price will host a press briefing from the U.S. Department of State. Watch live here on Twitter, , and .

Congratulations to @Simone_Biles  on returning to competition and snagging her 7th Olympic medal! 🐐🥉 #TokyoOlympics 

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Over the past 15 years, our banking regulators have received thousands of bank merger applications – and they haven’t formally denied a single one. I just told the regulators: it’s time for them to do their jobs and stop the rubber-stamping.

Over a 40-year career, wage disparities cost Black women $964,400 on average, to say nothing of the impacts on their mental and physical health, opportunities for their children, and so much more. This #BlackWomensEqualPayDay  we must recommit to finally closing the pay gap.

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