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Oct 22 2020
Pack up the pompoms and megaphones. The census is over. Every 10 years liberals in Hollywood and the media cheer on blue states and cities as they run up the score on their population counts.
The census is mandated by the Constitution, and congressional apportionment depends on it. But the cheerleaders seemed mainly interested in money, not civics. Coast to coast, the mantra was theWall Street Journal (Opinion)
Feb 01 2020
No matter your politics, your education, your income or where you live, Super Bowl Sunday is the one day, aside from Thanksgiving, when most Americans have a unified experience.
This feels all too rare now. Ever since the 2016 election, we’ve heard the same daily refrain: We are a dangerously divided nation. America has never been so fractured, democracy so fragile, the personalNew York Post (News)
Sep 22 2020
The COVID-19 crisis has prompted consumers to rediscover the joy of home improvement, do-it-yourself (DIY) retailer Kingfisher KGF.L said, as it reported a 23% jump in first half profit.
Shares in the group, which owns B&Q and Screwfix in Britain and Castorama and Brico Depot in France and other markets, were up 7% at 0905 GMT on Tuesday, extending 2020 gains to over 30%, after itReuters
Sep 22 2020
“Our ice is just as cold.” This expression, heard in corners of Black neighborhoods to articulate the choice between a Black-owned business and a white one, reminds customers that racism distorts our sense of quality. In a more perfect union, profits earned from a business would reflect the effort and labor put into it. The drag of racism on an economy not only cuts into individual owners’American Enterprise Institute
Apr 16 2021
There are about 4 million people in the state of Georgia. The population of China is approximately 1.5 billion. For a growing portion of the American business community, the dividing line between principle and profit might be somewhere in between.
Ever since Georgia’s Republican-controlled state legislature passed a bill last month that rewrote the state’s voting access laws, they haveDan Schnur
Nov 17 2020
A shaken U.S. agriculture industry already “stressed” by a profitability squeeze in a pandemic year may see little relief in 2021, according to a survey of industry lenders.
Agricultural lenders reported that “just under” 51% of their borrowers were profitable this year and about half those lenders don’t expect borrower profitability to improve next year, according to the Fall 2020Bloomberg
Oct 21 2020
Fraudsters from Albania to Vietnam are posting about U.S. politics and the upcoming presidential election to build fake audiences, maximise clicks and make money online, Facebook Inc said on Wednesday.Reuters
Jun 03 2021
Christian millionaires – including Dan Cathy, an heir to the Chick-fil-A fortune – are behind one of “the most sophisticated dark money operations” ever seen to pass anti-LGBTQ legislation and stop the Equality Act.
Chick-fil-A has been assuring customers for nearly a decade that it has stopped donating to anti-LGBTQ causes, only to be caught doing so time and again. Now the fast foodLGBTQ Nation
Jul 24 2021
As the Summer Olympics begin in Tokyo after the International Olympic Committee pushed forward during a pandemic despite widespread opposition in Japan, we speak with a protester outside the Olympic stadium and former Olympic athlete Jules Boykoff. “The people have been frustrated actually ever since the awarding of the Olympics in 2013,” says Satoko Itani, associate professor of sports,Democracy Now