House Oversight Committee Takes an Interest in the Kushner Private Email Report

Susan Wright

The Left and the media (please pardon the redundancy) are endlessly fascinated with so-called “dark money”…on the political Right. And only on the political Right. Wikipedia defines “dark money” as: “In…politics…, dark money are funds given to nonprofit organizations – and include 501(c)(4) (social welfare) 501(c)(5) (unions) and 501(c)(6) (trade association) groups – that can receive unlimited donations from corporations, individuals, and unions, and spend | Read More »

Sous chef Darren Chabert serves up chicken and andouille gumbo at Emeril's Delmonico in New Orleans, Monday, Feb. 17, 2014. Attending a Mardi Gras parade may conjure up images of standing for hours among crowds of drunken revelry, street eats like hot dogs and cotton candy. That is one side of one of the biggest free parties in the world. But there’s another side to Mardi Gras _ for those willing to pay a little extra. Fine dining establishments along New Orleans parade routes offer a much different kind of experience. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

In the days following Hurricane Irma, few restaurants were able to open because of their lack of power and food, and folks would eat pretty much anything they could get their hands on.  Here in South Florida, the only places open immediately following the storm were Duffy’s and McDonald’s, and I’m pretty sure the entire community was concentrated in those two places.  This scarcity was | Read More »

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