Bernie Sanders Calls for Breaking Up Big Agriculture Monopolies

  Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Sunday proposed a sweeping agriculture and rural investment plan to break up big agriculture monopolies and shift farm subsidies toward small family farmers. “I think a farmer that produces the food we eat may be almost as important as some crook on Wall…

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Rep. Warren Davidson Headlines Christian Employers Alliance’s Ohio Kickoff Event

  COLUMBUS, Ohio — U.S. Congressman and former business owner Warren Davidson (R-OH-08) was one of several speakers at the Christian Employers Alliance (CEA) Ohio Chapter kickoff event on Monday night at the Tree of Life Ministry Center. Rep. Davidson said that the CEA is “about the culture and respect…

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Commentary: The Dawn Of Corporate Totalitarianism

by George Rasley   In a dystopian future envisioned by some of science fiction’s greatest authors, mankind is ruled not by elected leaders or by warlords who came to power through victory in battle. Instead, humans have become the virtual slaves of soulless totalitarian corporations that vie with each other for…

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Fiat Chrysler seeks up to $160 million in tax incentives from Michigan

by Tyler Arnold   Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is applying for up to $160 million in tax incentives from the state of Michigan to help offset some of the costs of the company’s planned investment in Detroit. “We are excited to make a multi-billion-dollar investment that will create thousands of…

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UN Warns Of Imminent Ecological Catastrophe, Just Like They Did In 1982

by Michael Bastach   The United Nations is out with another alarming report, claiming that one million species, more than ever before, are threatened with imminent extinction if drastic actions aren’t taken. Sound familiar? That’s because it’s similar warning to one given by the head of the United Nations Environment…

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8th Place: A High School Girl’s Life After Transgender Students Join Her Sport

by Kelsey Bolar   When two high school athletes who were born male but identify as female took first and second place at Connecticut’s girls indoor track championship this year, it wasn’t just a local news story. To some, it was a story of triumph and courage. The winner, a junior from…

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Biden Faces Renewed Scrutiny Over Son’s Relationship To Ukrainian Gas Company

by Molly Prince   A Ukrainian gas company gave a seat on its board to the son of former Vice President Joe Biden in an attempt to secure relationships with Democrats while it was under multiple investigations, according to a recent New York Times report. Biden largely took credit for pressuring…

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Commentary: The Fright of James Comey

by Victor Davis Hanson   In a recent op-ed, fired FBI Director James Comey was back again preaching to the nation about the dangers of Donald Trump and his capacity to corrupt any top-ranking federal official of lower character than Comey’s own. Comey seems to have become utterly unhinged by Donald…

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Kamala Harris: AG Barr Representing President, Not U.S.

  Capping a week in which her testy exchange with Attorney General William Barr went viral, Sen. Kamala Harris on Sunday told a crowd of thousands gathered at a dinner hosted by the country’s oldest NAACP chapter that Barr “lied to Congress” and ” clearly more interested in representing the…

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Lara Trump Discusses the U.S. Economy, the 2020 Election, and More with AM1420 The Answer’s Bob Franz

  White House advisor Lara Trump joined Cleveland-based talked Bob Franz Monday morning to talk about the booming US economy, the rising popularity of “socialism,” the 2020 campaign, and much more. Franz: She is the daughter in law as well as an advisor to the President of the United States,…

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