Evie Fordham is a reporter for FOXBusiness.com –
Latino voters with low involvement in politics shifted toward Trump
Former President Donald Trump’s appeal to Latino voters may have been more widespread than originally thought, according to new research.
Democrats touted their focus on increasing turnout among minority voters for the 2020 elections, but Latino voters with low involvement in politics shifted toward Trump, according a new report from Equis Labs.
Honing them can make you happier and more successful.
Jessica Stillman of Inc. –
I’m the type of person who is always stubbing her toes, knocking elbows into door frames, and shattering glasses by accidentally bashing them into things. I’ve always thought of myself as clumsy, but maybe the problem is that I’ve got a lousy sense of proprioception.
What’s proprioception? It’s one of your senses, and if you’ve never heard of it you’re not alone. Most of us learned back in elementary school we have five senses–vision, hearing, taste, touch, and smell–but according to a fascinating post on the British Psychological Society Research Digest blog, our well-meaning teachers actually left out quite a few senses.
Peter Z. Grossman of The Hill –
President Biden has made no secret of his plans to spend trillions of dollars on climate policies, which in his case means substituting renewable energy (especially wind and solar) for fossil fuels.
But the question we should all be asking is: What will those trillions get us?
In reality, close to nothing. That is, the U.S. will expend enormous resources to replace one vast electric system with a different one, which will do nothing any better than the one we have now. Well, it will emit less carbon dioxide, but its effect on global temperatures will be negligible.
Moreover, there are other less costly and disruptive ways…
Max Greenwood of The Hill –
Former President Trump is showing no signs of wanting to unify the GOP even as party leaders scramble to smooth out divisions that they fear will be damaging in the 2022 midterm elections.
Akayla Gardner of Bloomberg –
They’ve heard it all before. Set a budget. Avoid high-interest debt. And, oh yes, it sure is smart to get that 401(k) match from your employer.
But for a new generation of Black financial enthusiasts, that’s just not going to cut it.