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The Power Of The Protesting Employee: Big Tech Companies Are Being Taken Over By Low-Level Workers

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by Eric Lieberman Employees of powerful tech companies have been speaking out against corporate projects and partnerships, manifesting a trend that may indicate a power shift. Battles between staff and companies are not new. In the mid to late 1800s and the turn of the twentieth century, labor unions became increasingly popular. They were considered a way to collectively advocate ...

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Reporter Who Falsely Claimed Annapolis Shooter Wore MAGA Hat Resigns

  by Andrew Kerr A reporter at a Massachusetts-based newspaper resigned Friday after falsely claiming in a tweet Thursday that the man who killed five employees at the Capital Gazzete newspaper left a “Make America Great Again” hat at the crime scene. “Shooter who killed 4 people at Annapolis newspaper dropped his #MAGA hat on newsroom floor before opening fire,” ...

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Teen Suspects In Maryland MS-13 Murder Are Unaccompanied Minors From El Salvador

MS-13 members

  by Will Racke A pair of teenage brothers charged in the stabbing death of a 19-year-old in Maryland are nationals of El Salvador who arrived in the U.S. as unaccompanied minors, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned. Lenin Mancias-Callejas and Bryan Mancias-Callejas, both 16, were arrested and charged Wednesday with first-degree murder in the killing of Herson Mejia-Alvarez, ...

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Annapolis Shooter Identified, Called Gazette His ‘Sworn Blood Enemies’

  by Henry Rodgers The suspect responsible for killing five and injuring several others in an Annapolis, Maryland newsroom has been identified as Jarrod Warren Ramos. Ramos, the shooter allegedly responsible for entering the Capital-Gazette newsroom with a shotgun, shooting through a glass door at the newspaper’s headquarters and opening fire on employees. Five were confirmed killed and several more were ...

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Hundreds Of Women Arrested In Senate Protesting Trump Immigration Policies

  by Robert Donachie Hundreds of women are being arrested in the Hart Senate office building in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, The Daily Caller News Foundation has confirmed. Female activists descended upon the Senate office building to protest the Trump administration’s family separation policy and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. 630 women in foil blankets are being arrested ...

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Cops FROZE For Four And A Half Minutes While Vegas Gunman Fired

Mandalay Bay Las Vegas Shooting

Two Las Vegas police officers who responded to the mass shooting at Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino stayed a floor below the shooter for almost five minutes while he fired on people attending a country music concert, shows body camera footage released Wednesday.

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Trey Gowdy Torches Rosenstein During Hearing On Russian Investigation

  by Chris White South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy criticized investigators Thursday for not moving faster on their investigation into the extent of Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election. “If you have evidence of wrongdoing by any member of the Trump campaign, present it to the damn grand jury,” Gowdy, a Republican who chairs the House Oversight Committee, told FBI ...

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Environmentalists Buying Up Grizzly Hunting Permits To Keep Real Hunters From Getting Them

  by Tim Pearce Activists in Wyoming are considering applying for one of 22 grizzly hunting permits to keep the license out of the hands of hunters looking to take home a trophy kill, the Jackson Hole News and Guide reports. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removed Yellowstone grizzlies from the Endangered Species List in June 2017. States surrounding Yellowstone National ...

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The Supreme Court Just Handed Down Its Decision On The Travel Ban

US Supreme Court

  by Kevin Daley A five-justice majority of the U.S. Supreme Court upheld in full the latest iteration of President Donald Trump’s travel sanctions Tuesday. The ruling was an unqualified victory for the Trump administration after earlier variants of the entry ban were greeted with raucous airport protests and break-neck litigation that left the White House reeling. Chief Justice John ...

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Federal Authorities Warn Antifa To End ICE Occupation Or Be Arrested

  by Kyle Perisic Federal authorities warned Antifa members Monday to stop occupying an Oregon Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building or be arrested. “Individuals who continue to obstruct the entrance of this federal facility will be subject to arrest and prosecution in federal court,” a flyer Federal Protective Service agents distributed to Portland, Oregon, Antifa members reads. “It is unlawful under federal law ...

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Scalise Is Giving A Lesson In Civility To Maxine Waters

Steve Scalise returns to Congress

  by Robert Donachie House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and his staff are responding to calls from Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters of California for protestors to form mobs and harass members of the Trump administration, calling the statements troubling and the complete antithesis of American democracy. “Civility and respect always prevails over harassment and disrespect,” Scalise, of Louisiana, tweeted Sunday evening. Waters told ...

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‘That’s Just Not Correct’: Former Trump Hispanic Advisor Fact Check’s CNN Host On Immigration

Steve Cortes

  by Tim Pearce Immigration expert Steve Cortes corrected host Fredricka Whitfield on the reality of family separation at the U.S. southern border during CNN’s Newsroom Sunday. The U.S. Border Patrol does not separate immigrant families who claim asylum if they appear at a legal point of entry to the U.S., Cortes, the former head of President Donald Trump’s Hispanic Advisory ...

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Flake Vows No Judge Confirmations Until Congress Votes On Trump’s Tariffs

  by Kevin Daley Outgoing GOP Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona confirmed Sunday that he will block President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees to secure concessions on trade. Flake, a strident Trump-critic who is not seeking re-election in November, told George Stephanopoulos on “This Week” that Congress has been overwhelmed by the political tumult of recent years and should reassert its ...

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New Book ‘#DUPED’ Shoots Down All Of Hogg’s Rhetoric

  by Molly Prince Constitutional lawyer and New York Times best-selling author Mark Smith combats David Hogg’s rhetoric in his latest book, “#Duped,” which serves as a response to the newly-minted gun-control activist and Parkland graduate’s recently released book, “#NeverAgain.” Smith exposes the left’s celebration and exploitation of students in order to advance so-called common sense gun control. “#Duped: How The ...

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Democratic Candidate Arrested At Detention Center After Getting Destroyed By Border Control Agent

Zak Ringelstein McAllen detention center

  by Hanna Bogorowski Maine’s Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate was arrested outside a detention center in Texas on Friday morning for refusing to leave the premises after being told he was not allowed in. The nominee, Zak Ringelstein, announced Wednesday that he was traveling to McAllen, Texas, to deliver personal items, including toys, books and blankets to the immigrant children ...

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