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STEM grad still living at home? Amazon and the other tech giants save billions by hiring foreigners, thanks to an ICE ripoff.

Last year, Amazon revenues were $232,000,000,000 – the same total amount as all the combined 2018 budgets of the following U.S. federal departments: Small Business Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Commerce, Department of Labor, Treasury Department, Department of the Interior, Department of Transportation, Department of Agriculture, State Department, Department of Justice, Department of Energy, and Department of Education Amazon’s corporate filing reveals that, far from paying the newly-lowered 21 […]

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Koch.

It came to pass on the 23d day of the 9th month in the beginning of the 20th Century that a troubling cloud appeared atop Wichita, Kansas. In the fields below, ground and trees trembled at the first cries of a certain infant arrived, a child of dark forces, who would bring misery to so many for so long. And his name was Fred Koch. All manner of riches would […]

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“The Inconvenient Truth” – El Paso terrorist’s droning manifesto equally rips Trump, GOP, Dems and big corporations

El Paso Shooting Suspect’s Manifesto Echoes Trump’s Language Headline from New York Times The manifesto that guy wrote could have been written by the people that write Trump’s speeches Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-TX) Patrick Wood Crusius – a 21-year-old Texan who murdered 22 and injured 24 others in a Walmart rampage – is probably legally insane, certainly a coward (he swore never to surrender), surely a race separatist, but he […]

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Democrat poll shuffles deck, but doesn’t count for debates!

The Economist/YouGov poll of Aug. 3-6 on Wednesday, last week, listed the standings of candidates for the 2020 Democrat Party primary, and it was a somewhat different result than last week’s blog on the Harvard-Harris survey. Joseph Biden – 22% Elizabeth Warren – 16% Bernie Sanders – 13% Pete Buttigieg – 8% Kamala Harris – 8% Tulsi Gabbard – 3% Andrew Yang – 2% Beto O’Rourke – 2% All others […]

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Tulsi was most Googled Dem in Primary debate, but then scored 0% in Harvard-Harris poll – are those results “fixed”?

Army Major Tulsi Gabbard was riding high at the end of July, when many observers thought they saw an outstanding performance in the July 31 Democrat Primary debate. But the Major was shot down two days later when polls showed her popularity almost at zero. Right of center Drudge Report thought Tulsi easily won the debate in their after-debate polling, and populist/right Breitbart News saw it the same way. CNN […]

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Trilateral Commission’s big shot Jeff Epstein used his Boeing 727 to fly Bill Clinton on a month-long trip around Africa

You don’t take sexual advantage of girls more than 20 years younger than you, and then lie about it. Tell that to Bill Clinton and Jeff Epstein, close friends who flew together, worked on charities together, partied together, and plotted together as members of the world government secret organization – the Trilateral Commission. Epstein is in jail, suffering a throat ache, and Bill has his own pain in the rump. […]

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Big business in India benefits from taxes and regulations that are forcing small competitors out of business – sound familiar?

Big business in India has adopted the tactic of eliminating competition through onerous regulations. Many of us can remember the American corner grocery, local pharmacy, small bakery, tiny-herd dairy farm, one-person law or accountant firm. Tens of thousands of small companies have closed in recent decades, replaced by chains and their monopoly practices of poorer service and higher prices. The three major reasons for the closings are: Huge firms undercutting […]

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Both parties overjoyed with bipartisan bill that will approve 300,000 citizens of India to take our high-paying jobs

Who ever heard of a bill passed by the House of Representatives that was only allowed 40 minutes of debate and no amendments or hearings before an immediate vote requiring a 2/3 majority to reach final approval? It seems like a good plan in in an extreme emergency, or for a noncontroversial bill – like naming a post office. On Wednesday last week, HR 1044 received that special treatment, passing […]

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