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Obama profits handsomely from his presidency: Trump loses $1.1 billion

U.S. 04/09/21, 02:52

When he first took office, former President Donald Trump, who prides himself on his business acumen, declined to divest his assets. He would have been $1.6 billion richer if he had sold out in 2017 and re-invested in the market. After years of leftist media outlets attempting to portray Trump as ...

Supreme court sides with Google in copyright case with Oracle

U.S. 04/05/21, 17:19

In a long-running copyright lawsuit over the usage of Java application programming interface (API) code in Android, the Supreme Court sided with Google against Oracle on Monday, April 5. The Supreme Court ruled 6-2, with one justice (Amy Coney Barrett) absent from the decision since the case was argued before she ...

Senators questioning big corps over selling user data to foreign companies

U.S. 04/04/21, 19:15

A bipartisan group of senators is questioning eight big U.S. companies over the sharing of American consumer data to international bidders, which is often used for digital ads. “We write to seek information about your company’s sharing of Americans’ personal data in order to understand how that information may be obtained ...

President Trump is ‘moving forward’ with setting up a new social media platform

U.S. 03/31/21, 23:26

Former President Trump will directly compete against the world's largest social media companies to bypass their alleged suppression of free speech. Donald Trump has decided to proceed with his earlier proposal to establish a new social networking platform after being permanently banned from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. Insiders, who know about ...

US is facing ‘fiscal suicide’ at the hands of the Democratic Party, says Mark Levin

U.S. 03/27/21, 14:26

This week, investigative journalist Mark Levin launched strong criticism of the Democratic Party and specifically the Biden administration for implementing policies that will inevitably lead to a fiscal imbalance due to massive government spending that, he asserts, can only be offset by exponential tax increases.  Democrats passed a $1.9 trillion partisan ...