CNBC, by Lauren Thomas Posted By: NorthernDog- Mon, 27 11 2017 01:11:25 GMT Is a guaranteed paycheck from the government, with no strings attached, the answer to the relentless rise of automation? The concept might sound far’fetched, but a so’called un…
PJ Media, by Richard Fernandez Posted By: Hazymac- Mon, 27 08 2017 02:08:50 GMT Jon Miltimore argues that Yale is becoming a kind of jail which hands out professional credentials to those hardy enough to serve out their term. Until then its inmates should be careful not to make waves. The wardens in Miltmore´s story are college administrators who´ve created a kind of politically correct kingdom where they ” not the professors ” are the rulers; where conformity not inquiry, is the most highly valued virtue. t´s hard to watch the documentary without recalling Mao´s Red Guards, a parallel which Roger Simon already noticed more than a year ago. He should know. “I got
Washington Examiner, by Caitlin Yilek Posted By: JoniTx- Mon, 27 25 2017 02:25:03 GMT Former President Barack Obama´s journey to French Polynesia was undertaken so he could write his memoir. Obama arrived at a luxury resort frequented by Hollywood stars in mid’March, though it was unknown at the time what he was doing there. The Washington Post reported Sunday that Obama is writing his White House memoir during his extended stay at the eco’friendly resort in French Polynesia´s atoll of Tetiaroa. Bidding for the former president and first lady Michelle Obama´s book rights surpassed $60 million.
Get ready for Calexit! Now Nigel Farage and the ´Bad Boys of Brexit´ set their sights on splitting California in two
Daily Mail (UK), by Kelly McLaughlin Posted By: JoniTx- Mon, 27 30 2017 02:30:52 GMT The ´Bad Boys of Brexit´ who led the campaign to break Britain away from the European Union have taken on a new exit challenge: splitting California into two states. Former UKip leader Nigel Farage and Leave backer Arron Banks have just returned from the United States, where they helped raise $1million (£800,000) for a ´Calexit´ campaign, which would split California into two eastern and western regions. There are several ´Calexit´ campaigns competing for a referendum in the United States, with one aiming to remove the state from America entirely as a response to President Donald Trump being elected last year.
With Republicans unable to reach a deal to repeal and replace Obamacare, it appears that the Trump White House is fed up with the many factions in the House GOP conference, thus opening the door for Democrats, reports the Wall Street Journal.
A New York Times article pointed out that an alleged rape in Maryland went “virtually uncovered” on CNN, MSNBC, and most other networks, while Fox News devoted a considerable amount of time covering the incident.
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