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Jason Sudeikis Knew His Awards Show Hoodies Would Go Viral: It Was '100% Intentional'
The Ted Lasso star also said he hasn't started planning his SAG Awards outfit yet and teased that it will be another "last-minute decision"Last month, the actor, 45, went viral when he accepted his Golden Globe award in a rainbow tie-dye sweatshirt promoting his sister's dance and movement wellness studio, Forward_Space. Seemingly in on the joke, Sudeikis donned another hoodie at the Critics' Choice Awards one week later, this time representing Crockett High, the fictional school portrayed in his ex Olivia Wilde's directorial debut, Booksmart.
If President Joe Biden sincerely wants to address our country’s infrastructure needs, he doesn’t need to reinvent the wheel. Lawmakers historically work across the aisle to invest in infrastructure, and one doesn’t have to look far for recent examples.
Four months ago, a divided Congress passed comprehensive legislation. Recent infrastructure packages have garnered widespread, bipartisan support because Republicans and Democrats alike understand that infrastructure is key to our economic prosperity. It enables South Dakota’s commodities to reach markets around the world and tourists to visit our majestic state.
Jimmie Allen Reflects on Being the First Black Musician to Win ACMs' New Male Artist of the Year (Exclusive)
The country superstar co-hosted Friday's ET, and expressed how his upcoming ACMs performance is a 'pinch me' moment.The country superstar is already heading into the weekend with a trophy in hand. Allen won the New Male Artist of the Year award ahead of Sunday's ceremony, making him the first Black artist to win in the category.
So let me be clear: A bipartisan infrastructure bill is possible if Democrats are interested in working with Republicans on traditional infrastructure such as roads and bridges, and even modern infrastructure like broadband, if done correctly.
The proposal from the White House, however, misses the mark on our nation’s infrastructure needs and undermines the opportunity for bipartisan cooperation.
Their proposal would spend more taxpayer dollars subsidizing and promoting electric vehicles than on investments in roads, bridges, ports and waterways combined. Less than 6% of the $2.2 trillion plan would invest, and the most expensive pieces of the proposal stretch the meaning of infrastructure far beyond how everyday Americans would ever define it.
ACM Awards Partnered With Obé Fitness for Country-Themed Workout Classes
Get into the spirit of the ACM Awards ahead of the awards show with at-home workouts featuring country hits and more.Grab those kettlebell weights and push aside your coffee table: It's time to get your fitness on, country style.
Some items are worthy of bipartisan discussions. But it’s an abuse of the term and, frankly, insulting to the American people’s intelligence to describe billions of dollars for a “as “infrastructure.”
Critics argue that Republicans are nitpicking the meaning of infrastructure. Count me as someone who believes you should be straight with the American people if you’re asking for one of the largest tax hikes in generations to pay for one of the most expensive proposals in American history.
You don’t have to be an economist to understand the highest combined federal-state corporate tax rate in the developed world would crush job growth when it’s needed most.
Our country needs to get back to work. One way to do that is through a serious infrastructure proposal tailored to actual needs. If the White House will work with Republicans, together we can expand infrastructure and economic opportunity — instead of the federal government.
John Thune is a Republican senator from South Dakota and the Senate Republican Whip.
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NHL's COVID protocol-related absences for May 7, 2021 .
Players in the COVID protocol are: Colorado's Devan Dubnyk and Washington's Evgeny Kuznetsov.Anaheim – TBA