Wealthy tech founders and the automation of middle-class jobs are often blamed for increasing concentrations of wealth in fewer hands. But a 26-year-old MIT graduate student, Matthew Rognlie, is making waves for an alternative theory of inequality: the problem is housing.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to face harsh criticism, at home and abroad, for remarks he made on Election Day warning that Arabs were being bused to the polls and voting in large numbers, threatening the future of the right-wing government. Netanyahu has since apologized to the Arab community. From a purely political perspective, however, the only thing that matters is that he won. That raises the question: what if Republicans had done the same in 2008 and 2012?
In late December, 2013 The New York Times whitewashed the Benghazi Islamist terrorist attack, claiming that based “on extensive interviews with Libyans in Benghazi who had direct knowledge of the attack there and its context, turned up no evidence that Al Qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault.”
In a little-noticed move this week, California State Assembly Minority Leader Kristin Olsen, completed a purge of “conservative” policy staffers. The dramatic reversal—in both function and ideology of the Assembly Republican Caucus—mirrors the California GOP's leftward shift, which has eschewed social conservatives as a “fringe” element.
Humanity handled Y2K. But AI may be something bigger and more difficult. After all, we didn't have to worry about Y2K fighting back. Perhaps it's worth thinking about the safeguards that should be built into contemporary progenitors of the future's incredibly complex expert systems, before they become self-aware and acquire civil rights.
The White House spokesman says the administration doesn't care for a state law just signed in Indiana.
Rep. Gutierrez Unveils ‘Do Not Deport Me’ Cards, Encourages Illegal Immigrants To Prep For Exec. Amnesty
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) has created what he is calling a “family defender toolkit” or a pamphlet for illegal immigrants to help them prepare for President Obama’s executive amnesty and avoid deportation while they wait to apply.
As the retiring Sen. Harry Reid participated in interview with KNPR, a Nevada Public Radio station, President Obama surprised him by participating in the show as one of the callers.
On March 27 MSNBC reported the number of states considering Campus Carry has grown so great that Everytown for Gun Safety has made "March Madness"-like brackets to keep up with what the NRA is accomplishing across the country.
Former Governor Jeb Bush (Florida) has a slight lead in New Hampshire among potential Republican Presidential candidates, but nearly a quarter of respondents were undecided ten months before the first-in-the-nation primary will take place.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) wants to make sure the Department of Homeland Security holds its Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas accountable for actions he took while director of USCIS. Specifically, granting EB-5 visa benefits to Democratically connected foreign investors.
Sen. Harry Reid is leaving the Senate in 2017. But he leaves a legacy of odd, often insulting, statements.
Ben Affleck traveled to Washington D.C. Thursday to offer testimony before the U.S. Senate about the importance of foreign aid in Africa, citing his philanthropic efforts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but he also stopped to reference his upcoming Batman film.
Across the Obama Administration, hundreds of proposed regulatory changes are winding their way through an alphabet-soup of bureaucracies. Each of these will affect the economy is some way. The Job Creators Network campaign shows it is possible to fight back against these regulatory actions. Its a good lesson as the clock winds down on the Obama presidency.
With the Senate focused on the 2016 budget, Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) has proposed an amendment that would ban federally mandated gun control.
President Obama praised Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid today after the Nevada Democrat announced he won't run for re-election in 2016.
Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) absence from the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting is hopefully not a sign that the presidential candidate is “backing away from the Hispanic community,” USHCC president and CEO Javier Palomarez says.
Unfortunately for Hillary Clinton, every time she takes the stage, she turns people off. Polls show her popularity dropping, and now they've got another reason to think her act is not only shrill and boring, but insincere.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid will not be seeking re-election in 2016. The former majority leader, who has been a top target for Republican ire, released a video message Friday citing his New Year’s Day exercise injuries, saying they provided him “down time.”
WASHINGTON, DC -- Iran’s presence in Latin America and its growing influence in the region are causing consternation among senior lawmakers and top U.S. military officials.
Exclusive–Former U.S. Attorney: DOJ Should Open a Criminal Investigation into Harry Reid Pushing EB-5 Visa Expansion
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) says he intends to retire at the end of his term in 2017. But he may still face legal pressure before he leaves. Former U.S. Attorney Joseph diGenova, a leading legal expert on the prosecution and defense of white collar criminals, tells Breitbart News there is enough public evidence to launch a criminal investigation of Reid.
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