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Growing Inequality: Can Democrats Harness Wealth Gap to Win White House in 2020?

Growing Inequality: Can Democrats Harness Wealth Gap to Win White House in 2020?

Although the country is in a long-term economic growth phase, Fed data shows that middle-income people are now less likely to own homes, or stocks. Meanwhile, “the one percent” are doing great. When it comes to elections, It’s the economy, stupid. But even thought more people have jobs now, can Democrats harness the wealth gap to win the White House in 2020?

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Taliban Gave Me a Toothbrush: Conditions in U.S. Border Detention not Safe and Sanitary?

“Taliban Gave Me a Toothbrush”: Conditions in U.S. Border Detention Not ‘Safe and Sanitary’?

The New York Times quotes former hostages of the Taliban, Iran and Somali pirates, saying they received a toothbrush, soap and blankets from their terrorist captors to highlight allegations that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection detention facilities don’t provide these basic hygiene items to migrant detainees…including children. Will “At least the Taliban gave me a toothbrush” become the latest battle cry in the movement to improve treatment of illegal aliens?

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TrumpCare Revolution: President Orders Doctors to Reveal Secret Pricing Up Front

TrumpCare Revolution: President Orders Doctors to Reveal Secret Pricing Up Front

President Trump signs an executive order designed to let patients see pricing information up front — before receiving health care services. Doctors, hospitals, and other providers would not only reveal their pricing in advance, but the now-secret amounts insurance companies pay them for those services. Could this TrumpCare transparency revolution trigger the reform that Republicans have been promising for years, or will it — as critics claim — create a “race to the top” sparking higher prices to consumers?

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Universal Virtue: Nearly Everyone, Everywhere, Returns Cash-Filled Wallet

Universal Virtue: Nearly Everyone, Everywhere, Returns Cash-Filled Wallet

Scientists conduct a social experiment in dozens of countries to see who will return a found wallet, and if results vary based on the amount of cash in it. The results surprised them. Nearly everyone, everywhere, is more likely to return a cash-filled wallet than an empty one. Bill Whittle Now explores the reasons behind this near-universal virtue, and what impact the finding should have on our political discourse.

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Shooting Down Conspiracy Theories about U.S. War with Iran

Shooting Down Conspiracy Theories about U.S. War with Iran

With tensions rising in the middle east — in the wake of Iran shooting down a U.S. drone — Bill Whittle addresses the conspiracy theories about the potential of U.S. war with Iran. From false flag attacks, to neocon or Jewish saber-rattling, to war-for-profit by the military industrial complex, Bill addresses the accusations of Progressives, and even of Trump supporters.

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Trump Launches 2020 Run, Leaks Upcoming I.C.E. Deportation Raids on Twitter

Trump Launches 2020 Run, Leaks Upcoming I.C.E. Deportation Raids on Twitter

President Trump launches his 2020 White House run as he leaks about an upcoming series of I.C.E. deportation raids on Twitter. Did he do it to bolster his base because he still hasn’t built the wall? Did the president jeopardize the effectiveness of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement round up by alerting illegal aliens, perhaps risking the lives of federal agents?

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Prosectors Use Artificial Intelligence to Make Color-Blind Justice

Prosecutors Use Artificial Intelligence to Make Color-Blind Justice

The District Attorney in San Francisco will use Artificial Intelligence to make color-blind justice by redacting police reports to delete anything that indicates the race of the accused, so prosecutors will decide which cases to pursue without taint of inherent, even unintentional, racial bias. Is this A.I. decision tool, finally, the fulfillment of the Progressive dream of racial justice?

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Hey, NY Times! Meet the Kind of "Radicals" Who Join a Private Conservative Enclave?

Hey, NY Times! Meet the Kind of “Radicals” Who Join a Private Conservative Enclave

In the wake of The New York Times story “The Making of a YouTube Radical” — that tarred Bill Whittle, Stephen Crowder, Ben Shapiro, Stefan Molyneux, Jordan Peterson and others — it’s time for “the paper of record” to meet some of the real Members of a private Conservative video enclave. (Progressives prepare to be shocked.) Rather than a monolithic demographic cluster of old, white, heterosexual men, we find a cross-section of America.

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Trump Loses Hugely: Anatomy of a 2020 Progressive Victory

Trump Loses Hugely: Anatomy of a 2020 Progressive Victory

Josh Marshall, at TalkingPointsMemo.com, prepares Progressives for the possibility that President Trump loses the 2020 election…hugely! Trumps lagging popularity, the majority planning to vote against him, his weakness in the rust belt states, and recent surprising polling in Texas, all seem to map the anatomy of a shocking Democratic victory.

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