Thursday, August 18, 2022

Pelosi’s “Crumbs” Mean Lowest Unemployment Claims Since 1973

For Democrats running on the economy for the 2018 midterm elections, claiming the "crumbs" that came with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act à la Nancy Pelosi have not helped Americans, jobless claims are in for last week, and Americans receiving unemployment aid has dropped to the lowest number since March 1973.

President Trump To Pull Federal Government Out Of K-12 Education

Last week, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to start pulling the federal government out of K-12 education. The move signals a delivery on one of his top campaign promises to return the control of schools back to state and local officials.

63 Conservative Leaders Call On Social Media Giants For Equality

In the last few years, social media censorship of conservative organizations and opinions as reached an all-time high. Following the congressional hearing of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, conservative leaders have now banded together to call on tech and social media giants for equal treatment. 
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Cambridge Analytica Shutting Down Following Facebook Breach Backlash

As more and more developments surface following the new revisions in privacy laws of tech and social media giants, Cambridge Analytica, the marketing research company at the center of the Facebook data breach, is shutting down.

Amid The General Decline For Coal, Some Miners See A Bright Future

Although there has been a gradual trend away from coal towards natural gas, towards renewable energy sources, leading to the eventual closing of hundreds of coal-fired generators across the U.S. in the coming years, not every coal company sees a bleak future.

Mueller’s Questions For Trump Leaked, Focus On Obstruction Of Justice

A recently obtained a list of questions that were provided to President Donald Trump's lawyers from Special Counsel Robert Mueller have been leaked by the media. The questions show the special counsel’s focus on obstruction of justice, as well as other somewhat surprising areas.

Wexton Touches Up Her Resume; Helmer Wants To Clone Lamb

Virginia State Senator Jennifer Wexton doesn't realize she's the worst performing Democrat in her own district; Dan Helmer wants to be Connor Lamb... only, um... he's not?

Facebook Will Allow Users To Opt Out Of Browser Data Collection

Following the now-famous "Zuckerberg hearing" in front of Congress two weeks ago, Facebook has announced today that users will soon be able to opt out of one of the tech giant's key data gathering practices.

11 Arrests Made As Migrant Caravan Reaches U.S.-Mexico Border

The Central American migrant "caravan" arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border over the weekend after a month-long journey from Honduras, through Mexico, leading to 11 arrests and charges filed by the DOJ.

Kim Jong-Un May Meet President Trump In Panmunjom Near DMZ

President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will meet together for a landmark summit on the de facto border, the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), between the two Koreas.