Politics

“Get Rid Of Big Tech Once And For All “

According to my iPhone, I pick up my phone 177 times a day and spend 26 hours a week on social media. These aren’t hours allotted to a hobby I view as a priority. Rather, these are hours lost to what I can only describe as an addiction. Any time I experience even a few seconds of idle time, my ...

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Trump: China Moving Troops to Hong Kong Border

President Donald Trump said reports from U.S. intelligence agencies shows the Chinese government is moving troops to its border with Hong Kong. “Everyone should be calm and safe!” Trump said in a tweet on Tuesday, without providing details about when he received the information. Trump’s tweet came amid increasing tensions in Hong Kong between the government and protesters. Activists clashed ...

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Bernie Sanders Campaign Officially Hit with Federal Labor Complaint

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders will face a National Labor Relations Board investigation into an allegation that the campaign retaliated against staffers in Iowa who complained about their pay. The Vermont independent’s campaign had signed a contract with United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 assuring that campaign staff in Iowa would be paid $17 per hour, $2 above ...

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White House Reportedly in ‘Euphoria’ After Mueller Testimony Becomes ‘Epic Embarrassment’ for Democrats

While many Americans were learning about former special counsel Robert Mueller’s appearances before Congress on Wednesday when they could get a break from work, the staff of the White House was riveted for the proceedings from the beginning. But by the time the day was half-over, any unease that might have been in the air at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. had ...

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New York Facing ‘Russian Roulette’ with Future Power Outages

New York City is facing “Russian roulette” with future power outages, the governor warned Monday in the wake of this weekend’s massive blackout that left a swath of Manhattan in the dark. “Blackouts cannot happen. They cannot happen in the city of New York and they can’t happen for no reason,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo told WNYC Radio’s Brian Lehrer on ...

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Major Companies Pulling Out of China

China’s economy could be a lasting casualty of the nation’s trade war with President Donald Trump, according to a new report The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that many manufacturers are leaving China to escape the 25-percent tariffs that are currently tacked onto products coming out of China. Although much of the article was hidden behind the Journal’s paywall, it ...

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Trump Makes History by Venturing into North Korea

President Donald Trump made history on Sunday when he stepped foot in North Korea and became the first sitting U.S. president to do so. Trump made the bold move just before an hour-long, closed-door meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, according to Politico. The largely theatrical move was meant to signal that the two countries have once again ...

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Despite Outrage, Chick-fil-A Is Seeing Record Sales

To some politicians, Chick-fil-A is controversial, with officials in places from San Antonio to Buffalo, New York, attacking the fast-food franchise for not keeping with the drumbeat of liberal ideology. But to consumers, Chick-fil-A is increasingly becoming their choice for delicious fast food and excellent customer service, as shown by its move into the No. 3 spot in America among ...

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