More refugees must be resettled across the United States to fill a “void of cultural diversity” in towns that are made up of a majority of white Americans, a New York Times report states.
Monthly Archives: October 2019
Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID) is pushing a new bill that would transport many Muslims from Syria and Kurdistan into America’s schools and workplaces.
Musk Admits Tesla “Would Have Gone Bankrupt” Without SolarCity Employees Helping Model 3 Production
The SolarCity shareholder lawsuit discovery continues to bear highly disturbing insights into how Elon Musk and his merry band of brothers …
Former Vice President Joe Biden has expanded his lead over rival 2020 Democrats in Pennsylvania, a state he claims to be his home turf.
Popeye’s Is Escalating Its “Beef” With Chick-Fil-A
For two chicken companies, the “beef” is starting to reach a fever pitch.
On Sunday, November 3, Popeye’s will be bringing back its chicken sandwich, specifically targeting a day of the w…
Judge Sets Accelerated Schedule for Case on White House Order Blocking Testimony of Impeachment Witness
Judge Richard Leon decided that the testimony of Charles Kupperman, who was deputy to former national security adviser John Bolton, is a “matter of great public interest and a matter of great urgency for the country.”
The Philadelphia 76ers and Minnesota Timberwolves game turned into an MMA fight Wednesday, with a bench-clearing brawl that ended with Karl-Anthony Towns tapping out from Ben Simmons’s choke-hold.
A reporter who now works for The New York Times failed to report on public records which he obtained in April that cut against Senator Elizabeth Warren’s claim that she was fired from a teaching position in 1971 due to pregnancy discrimination.
A Fiscal Policy “Flop”: The US Gov’t Spent Hundreds Of Billions, And GDP Slowed
Submitted by Joseph Carson, Former Director of Global Economic Research, Alliance Bernstein
Its now nearly two year since the Trump Administration and Congres…