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  • DOMINIC SANDBROOK: A Government that can't govern and a Parliament that can't decide...

    DOMINIC SANDBROOK: Bad news, then, for Brenda from Bristol. She was the lady interviewed by the BBC on the day in 2017 when Theresa May called an election who couldn't believe her ears.

    Mail Online
  • Americans hate big pharma more than they do the government (but they still really dislike the government)

    The pharmaceutical industry ranks below all other public and private sectors in favorability among Americans, according to a new Gallup poll. Earlier this year, Congress grilled pharmaceutical leaders for charging high prices for prescription drugs.  Other top-hated industries include the federal government, healthcare, and the legal field. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. America hates big pharma. The pharmaceutical industry has ranked last in favorability among Americans,...

    Business Insider
  • Palestinians to Netanyahu after...

    Palestinians tilling the fertile Jordan Valley said on Wednesday they have been rooted for generations to the West Bank land that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to annex, and they vowed never to give it up.

  • YouTube Is Not the Government

    Dennis Prager may or may not have a legitimate beef with YouTube, which he says has been restricting access to videos produced by his nonprofit organization, Prager University, because of its conservative perspective. But one thing is clear: YouTube is not violating the First Amendment, and the political commentator's claims to the contrary are anything but conservative. During a hearing last week before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, the two members of the three-judge panel who...
  • Who cares what the government thinks?

    In 1791, when Congressman James Madison was drafting the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution, which would become known as Bill of Rights, he insisted that the most prominent amendment among them restrain the government from interfering with the freedom of speech. After various versions of the First Amendment

    The Washington Times
  • Brickbat: Open Government

    Officials in Malheur County, Oregon, have asked the local sheriff to investigate whether the Malheur Enterprise newspaper broke any laws when its reporters tried to contact county economic development officials after office hours or through their personal emails and phone numbers. Greg Smith, director of Malheur County Economic Development Department, said he asked the newspaper to "limit your requests to office hours" and to a single county email address. Smith uses two emails in his conduct of...
  • Are Palestinians Canaanites now?

    Now that the ex-Palestinians, who were once Jordanian or Egyptian Arabs, have become Canaanites, will they remain Canaanites?