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Clinton foundation charged with evading up to $2.5 billion in taxes

U.S. 10/14/20, 20:22

A U.S. federal judge ruled that a tax evasion complaint against the Clinton Foundation should go forward. Bill and Hillary Clinton's organization is accused of evading up to $2.5 billion in taxes, according to a report by Just The News. U.S. Tax Court Judge David Gustafson denied the Internal Revenue Service's ...

Trump promises further tax cuts for the middle class

2020 Campaign 10/14/20, 19:38

The president of the United States gave a speech from the White House Rose Garden on Wednesday, Oct. 14, to the New York Economic Club and promised a tax cut that will benefit the middle class and businesses, Fox News reported. "We are going to be cutting taxes further, and that ...

Economy: Confidence in small businesses reaches February’s highs

U.S. 10/14/20, 12:05

U.S. small business confidence rose 3.8 points during September, regaining its highest level since February, before the economy collapsed due to closures imposed by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus. The National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFBI) determined that more businesses are experiencing an increase in foot traffic and retail sales, ...

Supreme Court discusses solution to Oracle’s copyright claim against Google

U.S. 10/07/20, 16:34

The Supreme Court justices discussed on Wednesday, Oct. 7, possible solutions to the lawsuit that has been unresolved for years by Oracle against Google, claiming copyright in the creation of the Android operating system.  According to the Associated Press, on Wednesday the highest court heard arguments on Google's appeal of a ...

Texas grand jury accuses Netflix of promoting obscene visual material with controversial film ‘Cuties’

U.S. 10/07/20, 10:30

The American production company Netflix was accused on Sept. 23 by a grand jury in Taylor County, Texas, of promoting obscene visual material of underage girls in the film "Cuties," the New York Post reported. Representative Matt Schaefer published the news showing a copy of the ruling. https://twitter.com/RepMattSchaefer/status/1313517817942212608 The film, whose original version ...

Facebook bans paid ads warning about widespread voting or election fraud

2020 Campaign 10/01/20, 02:31

One of the world’s largest internet companies is prohibiting political advertising much earlier than expected. Facebook Inc. has confirmed it will no longer approve paid election messages that warn voters about widespread electoral fraud due to increased postal voting at the upcoming election on Nov. 3. The company cited "hate speech" rules ...