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June 17th, 2021
San Francisco street filled with Homeless squatters
If a government stops enforcing the law, private businesses will not — and cannot — step in to fill the void. San Francisco is refusing to stop shoplifters, and it’s driving businesses, such as Walgreens, out of the Bay Area.
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June 13th, 2021
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By: Hannah Sampson – washingtonpost.com – June 11, 2021 The headlines had barely faded after a Southwest passenger reportedly knocked out a flight attendant’s teeth during an in-flight altercation when the next high-profile example of bad airline behavior emerged. A man was arrested last week after allegedly banging on a Delta cockpit door, demanding the plane land and tussling with a flight attendant. Less than two...
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June 10th, 2021
Canadian Company Ends Pipeline
It felt like a gut punch. That’s how South Dakota small business owner Laurie Cox described how she felt when news broke that Canadian developer TC Energy officially pulled the plug on the Keystone XL pipeline.
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June 4th, 2021
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Coca-Cola — it’s almost as American as apple pie. I never thought I’d see the day when it was banned, but now I have.
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May 26th, 2021
Schumer w Feinstein behind
On March 5, eight Senate Democrats joined all 50 Senate Rebublicans to REJECT an amendment that would rais the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour over the next few years. The $15 minimum wage would kill jobs in many places in the country, the eight Senate Democrats reasoned and there was data to back them up.
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May 13th, 2021
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell
By: The Editorial Board – wsj.com – May 12, 2021 As vaccines roll out, more people are going out and spending their savings and stimulus checks. Demand is increasing at the same time supply problems frustrate businesses. Used car and truck prices jumped 10%, which accounted for a third of the month’s CPI increase. One reason: New car production has...
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May 11th, 2021
Long lines at Atlanta Gas Station
People in Southeastern states have taken to Twitter to share pictures and videos of long lines at gas stations, with some reportedly running out of gas entirely.
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April 22nd, 2021
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On behalf of more than 100 million Americans, The American Conservative Union (ACU) is taking a stand against the increasingly divisive and partisan activism by public corporations and organizations that are caving to “woke” pressure.
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April 16th, 2021
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It continues to be a mystery why this countrys corporations refuse to learn the lesson of previous companies who have endured bottom line harm for entering the social activist arena.
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April 9th, 2021
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian
Ed Bastian made $17 million in 2019 as a chief executive officer of Delta Airlines, Georgia’s largest employer. Bastian just blasted Georgia’s new voting law.
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