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  • New US bill would ban loot boxes in games for people under 18

    Moving forward as promised, U.S. Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri formally introduced a bill on Thursday that would halt sales of gaming loot boxes to people under 18.

  • China Calls For "People's War" Against The US, Vows To "Fight For A New World"

    While market mood has shifted diametrically from yesterday, with stocks sharply higher on Tuesday following what has widely been interpreted as conciliatory comments from both president Trump and various members of China's ruling elite, one would be hard pressed to find any de-escalation amid the Chinese press commentaries written in the aftermath of the latest escalation in trade war between the US and China. In a series of editorials and op-ed articles published Monday and Tuesday, Chinese...

    Zero Hedge
  • Charlie Kirk: What People Living in AOC's District Can Teach Us About Socialism

    A recently released Gallup Poll shows that 43 percent of Americans think socialism is a good idea, while 51 percent do not. The timing of the poll coincides with an engaging, albeit non-scientific, video by TPUSA's Benny Johnson exploring opinions about socialism in AOC's congressional district.

  • President Trump's new tool for collecting social media bias stories has one unusual question on it: Are you a US citizen? (FB, GOOG, TWTR)

    The White House has unveiled a new tool for people to report bias or censorship they encounter on social media sites.  Before users can provide the material though they must answer this question: Are you a US citizen or permanent resident?  The form doesn't say exactly how the information will be used, which in the case of non-US citizens or permanent residents could be potentially dangerous.  Currently, President Trump is trying to add a similar citizenship question to the 2020 census, but that...

    Business Insider