‘Austerity’ and ‘Social Security’ are two of the most dangerous words in American politics

  • September 26, 2021

It’s a phrase that could have been uttered by a Republican lawmaker during a Republican primary debate, but for the recent election of a president with no party affiliation.

It’s the phrase used by Republicans to attack Democrats for raising taxes on the middle class, and it’s one of the defining phrases in the 2016 presidential race.

The phrase has become so politically toxic that it was even used by President Donald Trump during his speech to Congress on Tuesday night.

Trump told lawmakers he wanted to increase the federal minimum wage, the same day he signed a bill to roll back the Obama-era healthcare law.

And he used the phrase in his speech about the opioid epidemic, which has cost the U.S. over 300,000 lives in the past year.

The rise of Trump’s populist message came after the election of President Joe Biden in 2016, and the phrase became an effective tool to attack the Democrats on issues like trade, health care, taxes and the environment.

But what exactly is a “middle class tax cut”?

The term is used to describe the minimum wage increase and the phase-in of the COVID-19 tax credit, which are the two key components of the Trump tax plan.

The phrase “middle income tax cut” has become an easy shorthand to use to describe a tax cut for Americans earning between about $40,000 and $90,000 per year.

“It’s an easy-to-pronounce phrase,” said Richard Vedder, a professor of politics at George Mason University.

“People can easily use it to make a point or a political point without having to say it in the same sentence.

It is used by many Republicans and Democrats in this campaign.”

Vedder said the phrase was coined by Republicans like Rep. Chris Collins, R-N.Y., and Sen. Ted Cruz, R.

Tex., during the 2016 election.

They used it to attack Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic presidential primary, when she had a lower vote total than Donald Trump.

The two Republicans made the phrase an easy target for Trump, who used it during the campaign as a way to criticize the Democratic Party and its policies, such as the Affordable Care Act.

The Democrats were accused of trying to dismantle the ACA and roll back Social Security.

In a press conference Tuesday night, Collins said the tax cuts were an extension of the Obama stimulus.

Collins said they were part of the “big, beautiful, massive, massive American recovery program” that was designed to boost the economy and create jobs.

He said that the tax cut would help “the middle class” and help families with children.

“We will get rid of this huge, huge stimulus that was passed in 2011,” Collins said.

“And I am going to repeal the stimulus.

We are going to cut taxes for the middle-class.”

But Vedder said Collins was using a word that was used in a different context.

“I think what Collins was saying is, the American people are going through the same pain they’re going through now and we’re going to get rid the stimulus that they’re experiencing,” he said.

Collins is not the only Republican who has used the term in this election cycle.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R, Fla., has used it frequently, saying it will “cut taxes for those making between $50,000 to $100,000.”

Rubio also called the phrase “austerity” in a tweet, and his running mate, former Florida Gov.

Jeb Bush, used the same phrase during the presidential campaign.

“You don’t have to be a Democrat to see the potential of this word.

It could be used as a dirty word for Republicans and liberals alike,” said Vedder.

“We don’t want to have the word ‘austerity’ being used to insult those on the margins of society, and that’s the kind of thing that is likely to get people hurt and hurt them.”

But not everyone is taking Collins’ attack on the phrase seriously.

Rep. Kevin Brady, R of Texas, said he would use the phrase only as a metaphor.

“Let’s not be too quick to label it ‘a middle-income tax cut,’ as if it’s a policy proposal,” Brady said.

“And let’s also not forget the phrase ‘a conservative budget’ is used in the Republican Party’s platform to describe how we would cut taxes and spending, and I think it’s important to point out that that doesn’t mean we’re necessarily going to increase taxes on anyone.”

In a statement, Collins’ office said the “Republican Party has never used the word austerity as a political slogan.”

“The phrase ‘middle income’ has been a rallying cry for the Republicans for decades and we will continue to use it in that context,” the statement said.

The Trump administration has been very clear that it supports the tax bill and the health care reform legislation, and is committed to rolling

‘Crazy’ video goes viral, then gets removed, again…

  • September 22, 2021

A new viral video from a New York City cab driver who was filmed repeatedly hitting his passenger’s head and slamming her against the dashboard of his vehicle has been removed from YouTube.

The video, uploaded by the driver’s cousin and uploaded on Sunday, has been viewed over 2 million times and has been shared nearly 20,000 times.

The driver, who has not been named by The Associated Press, was seen hitting the woman with his vehicle in the parking lot of a gas station in Brooklyn on Monday.

In the video, the driver said he was trying to get a taxi cab to help the woman who was having trouble getting out of her vehicle.

He then gets out of his car and hits the woman in the head, knocking her out cold, the man said in the video.

The woman is in a hospital and was in stable condition, he said.

Tennessee police use tear gas to disperse crowd at Nashville rally, arrest 9-year-old, police say

  • August 23, 2021

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Nashville Police Department used tear gas and pepper spray on protesters on Saturday to disperse a crowd of thousands who gathered to demand the resignation of Republican Gov.

Bill Haslam.

The Tennessee Bureau, which has been criticized by civil rights groups and the state’s Democratic mayor, said it used the pepper spray because of the violent nature of the protesters, and because of what it described as the “threat to public safety.”

Nashville Mayor Megan Barry issued a statement Saturday morning saying, “The protesters who showed up to express their concerns were peaceful, and the Tennessee Bureau is committed to the safety and security of all people.”

The police department did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the use of tear gas.

In a video from a nearby news conference, an agent with the Tennessee Department of Health and Human Services said there were more than 700 people in the crowd of more than 100,000 people at a Nashville mall, which was shut down for the day, according to the Associated Press.

The AP reported that one person was arrested.

Several news outlets reported that some protesters had tear gas, pepper spray and other weapons.

Several demonstrators held signs with the words “Free the kids,” and “Stop the rape.”

A video showed a man wearing a white shirt holding a sign that said, “Stop killing our kids.”

“It’s so dangerous to have to do this every day.

You have to have some kind of restraint,” the man said, according a report on YouTube.”

I have children.

This is their country, they can be everywhere they want,” the woman, who identified herself as a protester, said, adding that the police were using tear gas against her.

The woman said that police told her that she was breaking the law, but that the protesters had not broken any laws.

The protesters had been gathering for a rally scheduled for 4 p.m.

(6 p.mi.) in front of the state Capitol.

Authorities told The Associated Press that the event was being shut down because of “security concerns.”

The protesters began assembling at the mall around 5:45 p.s.m., the AP reported.

About 200 people were expected to gather, and some of the crowd moved quickly.

About 100 people started gathering at a nearby intersection, and others dispersed.

Police ordered protesters to leave the mall, and at one point a woman who was holding a placard with a photo of Haslam on it ran away, according the AP.

Police fired tear gas at her.

A police officer, wearing a riot shield, stood next to the woman in the intersection with her arms up in the air, according To The News.

He yelled at the woman to drop the placard.

“The people who were marching are peaceful, you’re being disrespectful, you have no right to be here,” the officer said.

“Get the fuck out.”

The woman ran away from the police, and she was arrested, the AP said.

A police officer also was detained by protesters, according an AP video of the incident.

Protesters have been protesting the resignation and election of Hasam, who was appointed to a second term by Haslam in August.

He resigned in October after the governor was indicted on charges that included wire fraud and campaign finance violations.

He pleaded not guilty to the charges.

The protests have been peaceful, according local media reports.

The Tennessee State Police said Saturday that there were no reports of any injuries or property damage during the incident at the Tennessee Mall.

How to use an iPhone app for TV channels and channels online

  • August 5, 2021

Here’s how to use a free iPhone app to watch TV channels online on your Mac, Windows PC, iOS device or Android device.

This article covers Apple TV and Apple TV OS X.

Apple TVOS 8.4 and later is compatible with the new iPhone app called Apple TVOS: iPhone app.

The app lets you watch channels and shows from your Apple TV with the Apple TV.

You can also stream shows from Apple TV to any compatible Apple TV device.

Apple’s Apple TV app is now available for download from the App Store, iTunes and the Apple App Store.

Apple TV app for Mac and Mac OS XMac users can now use an Apple TV software update to watch live TV on their Mac.

This means that Apple TV users can access Apple TV channels on their computers or Macs.

Users can use an app called iView, which works by first downloading an AppleTV app and then downloading the iView app from the Apple Store.

Once installed on the Mac, the app will then automatically start to watch content from the channel you selected.

You can then stream content from your Mac to the AppleTV.

Mac users will need to download the new AppleTVOS: Apple TV App from the iTunes App Store or from Google Play to get access to Apple TV apps.

Which shows will you tune in for the fall?

  • July 28, 2021

ABC News/ABC News Plus channel 7, freeform channel 7 News, ABC News Plus, ABC Kids, ABC Family,ABC News,ABC World News channel 7 source ABC News title Where are all the new episodes of the new fall season?

article All times are Eastern.

How To Watch All 7 News Channel Streaming In One Go On Your Android Phone

  • July 19, 2021

If you don’t have an Android phone yet, you can now stream all 7 news channels on your Android device.

The channels you can watch are:ABC,ABC News,CNN,CBS,CNN International,CNN News,Fox News,HBO,NBC,Newsmax,SBS,Syfy,Sydney Morning Herald,US News,USAToday,Youku and YouTube.

It’s not exactly like the news channels you’ve grown to love on your computer or mobile device, but it’s a great way to catch up on the latest news and find out what’s happening in your city.

You can even subscribe to a specific channel to be notified when it’s live.

The best part is that it’s not really that hard to get started with this app.

You just need to sign up with your Facebook, Twitter, Google or YouTube account.

The app will scan your device’s address book and display the channels you’re currently subscribed to.

You then need to add the channels that you want to watch.

For example, if you have a channel 9 on your phone and want to stream ABC News, you would simply add it to your phone’s address books list.

Once you’ve added the channels, you’re ready to go.

Once you’re finished with your broadcast, you’ll be able to quickly scroll through the channels and pick one from the list and start watching.

This is an Android app, so if you already have a smartphone, you will need to update to the latest version of the app.

The channel you want will show up under your name in the list of channels, but you can also choose to switch between channels on the fly using the icons on the right-hand side of the channel list.

You could also switch channels on a video, which is a great feature if you’re going to be on the go a lot.

Just tap on the icon on the channel to switch to that channel and you’ll immediately see the current episode in your watch list.

After you’re done watching, you need to either update the channel or get back to the main menu to watch it again.

This is where the app gets a little confusing, because you can’t select which channel to watch from the main screen or from the “next” button on the bottom of the screen.

You’ll have to use the navigation bar on the left side of your screen to navigate through the list.

You can select the next channel from the menu on the top-right side of this screen and it will load up the channel page, where you can select your favourite channel to start watching again.

Another interesting thing about the app is that you can quickly switch between different channels at any time, which allows you to find what you’re looking for even if you’ve been watching all of the channels in a particular order.

The only catch is that if you switch channels after a certain number of hours have passed, the channel you switched to will be stuck in the “stuck” state.

You’ll need to manually switch back to that same channel in the next broadcast.

Live coverage of Irish election: The day in pictures

  • July 18, 2021

6 September 2018 00:51:51In the wake of the Irish election results, The Irish News has compiled some of the most compelling coverage to date of the campaign.

In the first article of a two-part series, we take a look at what we saw on election day.

We also take a close look at the key developments from the campaign, as well as how the media and politicians reacted.

Here are some highlights from our coverage:There was a palpable sense of unity and hope on the campaign trail.

In some ways, this was one of the great moments of the general election campaign.

There was no question that the campaign was very much about what the people wanted to hear.

A large number of people said they were going to vote Labour because they wanted to get rid of the DUP, and there was a clear sense that Labour was the party of change and of a new direction.

There was a sense that there was an opportunity to build a united party.

This was not a one-off result, however.

The vote for Labour in the last general election was a strong reflection of the sentiment that Labour voters wanted to see change.

There were also strong concerns over the future of the country, which were expressed at the election.

A number of other political parties have now lost seats, but this has been a more stable period for the country.

The media’s coverage was equally impressive, particularly on the front pages.

A majority of the media’s news coverage focused on the election result, with the exception of the Sunday Independent and The Irish Sun, which focussed on the results of the referendum.

The newspaper and newspaper readership in Ireland is the most diverse in the European Union, and many newspapers have a huge online following.

There were some very good coverage of the first phase of the election, which was dominated by a strong showing from Fine Gael, the largest party.

The second phase saw a much closer contest, and the most dramatic result came in the election of the Social Democrats, who defeated Fine Gael and the Democratic Unionist Party in the Irish parliament.

The party was expected to lose seats in the second election, but it gained significant support among the party faithful, with around 60 per cent of those who voted for it in the referendum coming from the party.

There has been talk of a “break-up” between Fine Gael’s left-wing, socially conservative wing and the party’s right-wing wing, but the party has insisted that it will remain united.

A lot of the coverage in the newspapers and television channels during the campaign focused on Labour’s policies, with a clear emphasis on Labour being “for the little guy” and the economy.

The media’s focus on Labour was also strong, with both the Sunday Express and Sunday Herald newspapers reporting extensively on Labour.

There had been a lot of speculation about the impact of the EU referendum, particularly in the aftermath of the UK’s vote to leave the European bloc, and it was clear that the debate was not going to be won by either side.

Labour and the UK remain a closely-watched political battle, and although there was more positive coverage on the first day of campaigning, the election outcome has been very disappointing for Labour.

The party did not win a single seat in the assembly, but was able to gain seats in several key constituencies.

The referendum results are still to come, but there are no signs of a Brexit-induced surge in support for Labour among voters.

The two major parties are in a difficult position, with neither party able to form a government.

Labour needs to hold on to a majority of seats in order to govern, but is unable to do so without the support of the majority of voters.

Labour is facing an extremely difficult position in relation to the referendum results.

A majority of Labour voters will not support a government, but that is a relatively minor factor compared to the massive public support for the party and the support it has received from its voters.

It is difficult for Labour to form an acceptable coalition, as the support from the largest number of voters is not going away.

There is still considerable support for a Labour-led government, with over 80 per cent support for an Irish government, and only 12 per cent backing an independent government.

The only parties who are in any way in a position to form government are the DUP and Sinn Féin, both of which are likely to retain a majority in the legislature.

The next general election will be held in 2021.

How to stop the spread of the human papillomavirus

  • July 9, 2021

Channel 7’s All in the Family is back with an hour of exclusive interviews and content highlighting the challenges of protecting our children from the virus.

The first episode focuses on how to deal with the human Papillomaviirus (HPV), a disease that causes painful soreness in the genital area.

All in The Family is also making a special appearance on the first day of school in 2019.

Channel 7 news channel 30news,channel amazing,channel 7 news The show is hosted by Dr Peter MacNeil.

It will air on Channel 30, on Tuesday 21 September at 7.30pm and is available to stream on the ABC iview app.

The series will also be shown live on the channel’s website.

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