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UPS, Teamsters reach labor deal to avoid strike

  • UPS and the Teamsters said they reached a tentative deal on a new contract.
  • The labor deal is still subject to a ratification vote by the more than 300,000 workers.
  • The preliminary agreement includes wage increases for both full- and part-time workers.

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Donors, Don’t Fund a Trump Plurality

As in 2016, Republican candidates won’t drop out soon enough. Here’s how to give them a push.


Mitt Romney

Despite Donald Trump’s apparent inevitability, a baker’s dozen Republicans are hoping to become the party’s 2024 nominee for president. That is possible for any of them if the field narrows to a two-person race before Mr. Trump has the nomination sewn up. For that to happen, Republican megadonors and influencers—large and small—are going to have to do something they didn’t do in 2016: get candidates they support to agree to withdraw if and when their paths to the nomination are effectively closed. That decision day should be no later than, say, Feb. 26, the Monday following the contests in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina.

There are incentives for no-hope candidates to overstay their prospects. Coming in behind first place may grease another run in four years or have market value of its own: Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum got paying gigs. And as former New Hampshire Gov. John H. Sununu has observed, “It is fun running for president if you know you cannot win.”

The Worst and Stupidest People in the World:

Assholes with Casseroles:

Is that You, Joe? On a ‘Thrifting’ Trip?

Craven Assholes:

Then Why are You in Government, Dipshit?

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