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GAO: 1.4 Million Kids Ditch Michelle Obama’s School Lunch Program

A study published in September by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) finds that participation in First Lady Michelle Obama’s school lunch program has dropped by 1.4 million children, from 62 percent to 58 percent, from school year 2010-2011 through the 2013-2014 academic year.

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Half of Britons Agree: ‘The Government Interferes Too Much’

The alarming extent of government disconnect from the British people has been laid bare in a new poll, which reveals that more than three-quarters of Britons feel they have little or no influence over government decision making. In addition, a

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The Fundamental Conflict Between Silicon Valley and Democrats: A Brief Analysis

Democrats and Silicon Valley are locked in a head-on collision course; this week, New York City regulators proposed rules requiring Uber and other ride-hailing startups to get pre-approval each time they make major changes to their apps and pay $1,000 to cover the government’s labor costs. The battle between Uber and New York is a perfect example of the fundamental conflict between Democrats and Silicon Valley.

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