Month: September 2019

Technology News

5 Money-Saving Guides & Apps to be Financially Independent and Retire Early

How cool would it be if you could retire much before you reach your 60’s, and live a fulfilling lifestyle? That’s the goal of the FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) movement. And these apps, calculators, and guides can help you save money for early retirement. The FIRE movement is a combination of living within your […]

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In the dual-class shares debate, the big exchanges should get off the sidelines – TechCrunch

Adam Neumann’s fall from grace was astonishingly swift once his company, WeWork, filed to go public in August. Even while his spending was fairly well-documented across time (as were his apparent conflicts of interest), he was humiliated for enriching himself, then ultimately kicked out of the corner office before the company, in the least surprising […]

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Conservative News

Lindsey Graham: “We’re not going to try the president of the United States based on hearsay”

A leftover from yesterday, the gaslighting quotient of which is high even by the usual Trump/Graham standards. I’ve listened to this chattering about hearsay and the whistleblower complaint for a week with increasing mystification about what it’s supposed to prove. “We’re not going to try the president of the United States on hearsay,” @LindseyGrahamSC tells […]

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Conservative News

Church of Sweden Pastor Declares Greta Thunberg Jesus’ Successor

Don’t blame her — the sequel is never as good as the original. But still, big shoes… As resurfaced on social media Monday, in December, the Church of Sweden made an astonishing announcement: 16-year-old Greta Thunberg — who gave a frantically impassioned “We’re all gonna die” speech last week before the United Nations — is […]

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Conservative News

Quinnipiac: Support for impeachment and removal now at 47/47, up from 37/57 five days ago

The glass-half-empty view for the White House: The numbers are obviously moving in a bad direction here. The glass-half-full view: Even after a week of media hype and Ukraine revelations, the country is only evenly split on impeachment. Independents remain opposed on balance, albeit less opposed than they were a week ago. Is 47/47 enough […]

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Khatabook raises $25M to help small businesses in India record financial transactions digitally and accept online payments – TechCrunch

Even as tens of millions of Indians have come online for the first time in recent years, most businesses in the nation remain offline. They continue to rely on long notebooks to keep a log of their financial transactions. A nine-month old startup that is helping them digitize their bookkeeping and accept online payments just […]

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Conservative News

System Failure: Seattle declined to press charges in nearly half of misdemeanor cases in 2017

Back in February, a group of Seattle business leaders released a report titled “System Failure” which made some waves. That report found that Seattle’s 100 most prolific offenders had been involved in over 3,500 criminal cases over a period of several years. All of the top 100 had substance abuse problems and were routinely stealing […]

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Conservative News

MSNBC Guest Heftily Insults the Fox News Audience, but How’re They Looking Now?

On Monday, MSNBC contributor Gabe Sherman bounced onto the network stage to share his thoughts on people who watch Fox News. As it turns out, they’re all morons. Gabe — a correspondent for Vanity Fair — also wanted to talk about conniving Donald Trump. He summed it up: “The President of the United States using our […]

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Politico: Dem primary now looks like a tax-and-spend “arms race”

Readers may rightly wonder, “isn’t every Democratic presidential primary a spending arms race?” Even for Democrats, Politico’s Brian Faler observes, the 2020 crop of Democratic presidential candidates sure promise a whoooole lotta new spending. In fact, “trillion has become the new billion,” Faler writes, and suddenly Barack Obama’s massive $787 billion Porkulus bill suddenly “seems quaint”: Virtually […]

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A Case That Is Being Portrayed as a Win for Religious Freedom Is Actually a Road Map for Our Perpetual Defeat

There is a major struggle going on right now over the fate of religious freedom in this country. It is safe to say that the left is actively hostile to religion once it leaves the doors of the church (many are hostile even before then but I’ll give the entire mob of them the benefit […]

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