"Maybe they actually hope to make lives for the poor so miserable that they see violent communist revolution as the only option."
"We put in endless hours just to get these ads running, and right after launch our main product was pulled," says author and attorney Dorit Goikhman, "still, they refuse to refund the money for the ad campaign which ran while the products were pulled. This is fraudulent."
"A 13-year old boy has been hailed as a savior as he secretly texted for help during the hijacking of a school bus near Milan. The hijacker has been named as 47-year-old Oussynou Sy, who threatened the children and set the bus alight."
Floods devastate Nebraska, Beto joins the crowded 2020 field, and Donald Trump issues the veto of his presidency. This is the last week in...
"North Korea acknowledged for the first time last Friday that the Hanoi summit ended 'unexpectedly without an agreement.'"
"In a series of consecutive crunch votes in Parliament, the House of Commons have voted to request the European Union extend Article 50, thereby delaying Brexit until June."
"th progressive support so splintered, maybe there’s an inside track to the nomination for the former Colorado Governor. His name ID also isn’t terrible, with it being floated last year as the possible counterpart to a John Kasich independent run." Writes Andrew Bartholomew in this week's news roundup.
"The UK’s Attorney General, Geoffrey Cox, has assured that negotiations with the Union will carry on and a deal will be settled before the final meaningful vote on the withdrawal bill on the 12th, before the official leaving date of the 29th," writes James Smith
"This week was all about Donald Trump and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. If you could force those two to live together, you would get the greatest reality TV show ever made. While the president was the focus of testimony by Michael Cohen and while he was in peace talks with Kim Jong Un, Ocasio-Cortez was involved in a lot of left side infighting. This is the last week in review."
On Wednesday, 13 February 2019, the Libertarian Party lost an active and loved member of its Boulder County, Colorado branch, the chairman, Ralph Shnelvar....