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Nevada senator vows to turn up heat on Subway Restaurants

A US senator is about to turn up the heat on Subway Restaurants amid complaints by mom-and-pop franchisees that they are victims of the restaurant chain‘s downsizing efforts. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) on Wednesday announced she will introduce legislation this month to require companies like Subway to disclose their rate for defaulted government-backed small Read More…

‘The Squad’ just can’t stop slamming Pelosi

Even with President Trump still throwing hanging fastballs down the middle of the plate, The Squad just can’t resist slamming Speaker Nancy Pelosi. On Wednesday, Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich), Ilhan Omar (D-Minn) and Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass) sat down with Gayle King on CBS’s “This Morning.” The president had kept up his Twitter Read More…

Liberals cheer as antifa violence escalates

In the early hours on Saturday, police in Tacoma, Wash., rushed to the local Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility. An armed man was firebombing the building and nearby vehicles. Police killed him in a shootout after he attempted to set off a large propane tank connected to the facility. Antifa social media accounts subsequently identified Read More…

Joe Biden’s fall to earth and other commentary

From the left: Joe Biden’s Fall to Earth For months, Joe Biden assumed he could “project confidence and calm, and the delegates would fall into his lap,” observes The New Republic’s Alex Shephard. But after he “responded like a deer in headlights” to Sen. Kamala Harris’ attacks in the first debate, Biden has had to Read More…

How Cuomo is cooking New York’s books

When lawmakers in Albany passed the state budget last spring, Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared it “both timely and fiscally responsible.” Timely was true enough. But fiscally responsible? Not so much. In a maneuver disclosed weeks later, Cuomo balanced his latest budget with some fiscal sleight-of-hand — deferring $1.7 billion in state Medicaid payments to health-insurance Read More…