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September 15th, 2020
People outside dining being harrassed
Pittsburgh police have charged three people who were captured on video accosting diners at a restaurant during an anti-police protest, along with an additional incident at a nearby McDonald’s, numerous sources reported. Source: Police: Three Protesters Charged After Harassing Diners In Viral Video | The Daily Caller
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September 9th, 2020
Chelsey Nelson Photographer
A federal district court issued an order Friday that halts enforcement of a Louisville law against a photographer and blogger while her artistic freedom lawsuit moves forward in court. Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys represent Chelsey Nelson—an entrepreneur who specializes in photographing, editing, and blogging about weddings—in a legal challenge to a city law that forces her to use her artistic...
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September 4th, 2020
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The great realignment is over. The Republicans are now the working-class party while the Democrats are the party of the political establishment. Source: Feehery: The working-class party | TheHill
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September 3rd, 2020
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A major new study reveals “an overwhelming majority” of donors don’t expect COVID-19 will curtail their charitable giving for the rest of the year. Source: Major New Study on Charitable Giving Offers ‘Reassurance and Warning’ to Faith-Based Nonprofits – NRB.org
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August 27th, 2020
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Once again, politicians are bemoaning our system of capitalism, claiming that the solution to economic woes is further expansion of a government-driven social welfare system. Source: Prosperity and Generosity: The Biblical Roots of Capitalism | RealClearReligion
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August 20th, 2020
Goodyear Blimp half blown up
By: Brandon Morse – restate.com – August 19, 2020 Get woke, go broke. While it wouldn’t be fair to say that Goodyear hasn’t gone broke, the sudden four percent dip in its stock price isn’t mysterious. Goodyear’s stock fell because it did something that has often been a detriment to companies with few exceptions. It embraced a social justice message that was...
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August 11th, 2020
Schools are essential to the functioning of our society, and that makes teachers essential workers.
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July 30th, 2020
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New York Times economic columnist Paul Krugman may be elated, thinking that the blue-city riot-palooza will have major economic benefits. That’s because there is a long-held economic notion, mostly by followers of economist John Maynard Keynes, that physical damage to buildings and infrastructure—whether natural or man-made—can be a boon to the economy. Source: Blue Cities Give the ‘Broken Windows’ Economic...
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July 24th, 2020
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The Washington Redskins have announced that after 87 years they will change their name. The team’s name and logo have long been targeted as offensive to some, and understandably so. Recent events created the momentum to make it happen. Will it stop there? Maybe not. Source: ‘Redskins’ Is Gone, But Changing ‘Washington’ Would Be a Much Bigger Job
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July 23rd, 2020
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Typically, when you’re sick, hurt, or not feeling well, you go to a hospital to see a doctor. In the near future, that won’t necessarily be the case: The United States medical system has become increasingly expensive and too often dangerous to one’s health. Source: Why Hospitals May Soon Become a Thing of the Past
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