When credit is due

Good morning Sunday. It’s August 9th, the day in 1974 that Richard Nixon resigned.

Well, who could have seen this coming? Good thing those students were suspended for taking the photo.

It’s not exactly the Art of the Deal but at least it’s something. “[A]n eviction moratorium, a new benefit to supplement unemployment assistance for workers and a temporary delay in payroll tax liability for low and middle-income workers. [Giving] renters a break and ease payments for some student loan borrowers.” I’m certainly not a Trump fan but it’s eye-rolling to see how hard the Times worked to spin this as negative.

Sofia Rivera notes that supply and demand in the rental market now favors renters. “There are more units than interested tenants, and the traditional power dynamic has flipped,” she writes.

Squires in Hanover is closing. That’s too bad. It’s been there for a long time.

And it’s not easy to get a Canadian mad but Americans who refuse to quarantine are managing it.

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