Welcome to my first end of the year column. First of all, thanks for reading—or at least checking in from time to time. Second of all: what a freakin’ year. A pandemic, a cure for the pandemic, extreme weather, soaring stock markets, a bombing in Nashville, and, as always, Donald Trump—who now seems to be holding the nation hostage over the COVID relief bill. Throw in an attempted coup—and the pardons for all the president’s felons—and it has been quite a ride. In any case, 2021 has to be better, right? In that spirit, I’m breaking format in this edition of On the Street and will look at a few things that bear watching in the coming year in business and economics and where both cross with politics. We start off, in the spirit of 2020, with crazy stuff right off the bat: the U.S. Senate runoff election in Georgia on January 5, which will basically determine if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell gets to run Washington for at least another couple of years. And then, a day later, there’s the congressional certification of the Biden/Harris November victory—starring Vice President Mike Pence! But there’s so much more. My only advice:… Read full this story
- China is watching Western democracy eat itself
- Prof. Doubts China Would Like Trump's 'Grand Nuclear Deal' Proposal
- Trump's Golan Move Against Whole World, Syria to Retaliate
- Prof on US-China Trade War: Trump's 'Mafia Diplomacy' Will Fail in Geopolitics
- 'Large Disparity': Trump-Kim Hanoi Summit Unlikely to Break New Ground
- Ex-US State Dept Officer: Dems Looking for Anything to Justify Trump Impeachment
- Opinion: South Koreans like me know why Trump's summit with Kim Jong-un failed
- Donald Trump mocks Joe Biden as ‘Sleepy Joe’ and questions his intelligence as he finally enters 2020 race for the White House
- Trump's Check to Cohen Is ‘Smoking Gun Moment' From Ex-Lawyer's Testimony
- Trump-Kim Summit a Setback For Leaders, But ‘Big Loss For The People of Korea'
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