On Sunday, Maddie was driving an ATV within view of Jamie Lynn, 25, and her husband Jamie Watson when she took a hard right to avoid running over a nearby drainage ditch, causing the vehicle to “enter the pond” on her parents’ property, reads a police report obtained by PEOPLE Monday. … [Read more...] about Britney Spears Says Niece Maddie Is ‘Making Progress’ After ATV Accident: ‘Let’s All Keep Praying’
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“She’s got such a sweet little heart,” she told PEOPLE. “I feel like I’ve raised her with a lot of honesty, but I’ve also raised her with a lot of love. She’s a very happy, content little girl, and there’s nothing more a parent could ask for. That’s my most proud accomplishment out of anything and always will be.” … [Read more...] about Jamie Lynn Spears Watched Daughter Maddie, 8, Crash ATV into Pond But Couldn’t Rescue Her, Police Say
The failure of white voters to take into account Biden’s strong support from black voters — the base of the party’s vote in presidential elections — has the potential to lower black turnout in November. It is puncturing any happy talk about a party unified across racial lines to defeat Trump. … [Read more...] about Juan Williams: Black votes matter
Part of the reason is that many billionaires invest their fortunes in a way that only expands their own wealth and power — like backing politicians who cut their taxes and block investments in programs that many Americans rely on, such as early childhood education, low-cost college or safety net programs. It also involves buying access to a complex array of financial tools to drastically reduce their tax liability. This leaves far fewer resources to support programs that help ordinary people. … [Read more...] about The US would be better off with fewer billionaires
Worst of all, they argued, the Bernie detractors were underestimating the ability of the economy to grow, and for government spending to help it do so. “It’s possible the critics think the economy will never recover the losses from the crisis, in which case the arguments for radical financial reform are even stronger,” Klein argued at FT Alphaville. “More likely, they think the deviation from trend is misleading because ‘structural forces’ just happened to have emerged at exactly the same time as the worst financial crisis since the Depression — and that policy is powerless to lean against these ‘structural forces.’” … [Read more...] about Who’s Winning the Great Bernie Magic-Math Battle?