Valley of the Democrats


Silicon Valley Start-Ups Powering ‘Pink Tea Party’ Movement

Although Silicon Valley CEOs are trying to forget their efforts to back Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, social justice start-ups are thriving in an effort to facilitate a “pink tea party” movement.

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Silicon Valley Shocked as Oculus VR Founder Backs Pro-Trump Group

In Silicon Valley, it is a worse “crime” for the founder of Oculus VR, Palmer Luckey, to have donated in support of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump than for Facebook to have potentially engaged in fraudulently inflating its average video viewing times for the last two years.

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Apple Only Billed $14.5 Billion for Irish Tax Scam

The EU anti-trust regulator let Apple off easy with what amounts to a spectacular bargain by ruling that the company only owes $14.5 billion in taxes and interest through the infamous “Double Irish Flip.”

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Oracle Funds Anti-Google Effort that Outs Hillary, Obama

The Oracle Corporation is using its deep financial resources to fund the “Google Transparency Project,” which has set up headquarters in Washington, D.C. with a mission to “out” Google’s dicey lobbying practices and expose crony relationships with President Obama and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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Silicon Valley ‘Dazed and Confused’ by Peter Thiel’s RNC Speech

Many tech leaders were left “dazed and confused” after top Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel won a standing ovation at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last Thursday when he introduced himself as both “proud to be gay” and “proud to be Republican.”


Silicon Valley: Tech CEOs Moving Closer to Democrat Establishment

The rise of Donald Trump and his “America First” platform is pushing tech CEOs even closer to the Democrat establishment, after two decades of Silicon Valley moguls being able to outsource millions of manufacturing jobs and still get huge government contracts.