By supporting SarahPac, you will allow Gov. Palin to help find and create solutions for America’s most pressing problems; priority number one is building a strong and prosperous economy that recognizes hard work, innovation and integrity by rewarding small businesses and hard working American families. SarahPac will support local and national candidates who share Gov. Palin’s ideas and goals for our country. A PAC isn’t meant to be a slush fund for favors and increased standing, but that’s usually what it turns out to be. If Palin is truly modeling SarahPAC after HillPAC, she’ll use it for a number of things. She’ll start by trying to gain favor among national politicians by donating to their reelection campaigns and pet causes. In her case, it will probably be Republicans that she’ll appeal to. Unlike Hillary, Palin doesn’t have a broad base of contacts, or anyone who is indebted to her (not even at home — the governor famously … [Read more...] about So Sarah Palin Started a Political Action Committee. What Does That Mean?
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"For us, [support from Rally to Rebuild] translates to how we can keep our kids safe and families safe," Borden said. "We have a lot going on, but what our kids need doesn't stop. Making the investment in these kids is the most important thing if the sport is going to continue to grow. Making the investment in these kids is as impactful as it gets." … [Read more...] about Chris Evert works to jump-start tennis at Grand Slam, grass-roots level in pandemic’s wake
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AstraZeneca denied reports that its vaccine trial was paused because of a case of transverse myelitis -- a rare inflammatory condition of the spinal cord. Church leader who called Covid-19 "God's punishment" for same-sex marriage tests positive. Venezuelan health workers are now getting cash bonuses -- but accepting the gift puts them at the center of a political stand-off with global implications. A 28-year-old school teacher died of coronavirus complications a week into the start of term in South Carolina. New York City restaurants will be allowed to resume indoor dining, with strict restrictions. Hannah Ernst, 15, lost her grandfather to coronavirus. She's now drawing virus victims from all around the world. The US federal government said it plans to stop limiting arrivals from certain countries to just 15 airports. The owners of hundreds of New York City indoor fitness studios are suing Mayor Bill de Blasio for barring them from reopening their businesses. … [Read more...] about What you need to know about coronavirus on Thursday, September 10
US companies sold more than $40 billion of junk bonds in August alone — more than quadruple the amount from the same period of 2019, according to Fitch Ratings. Junk bond volume is already nearing the record-shattering $281 billion raised in 2012, Fitch said. … [Read more...] about Bankruptcy filings are mounting. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg