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  • What’s next for Israel’s Netanyahu now that he’s been indicted?

    Netanyahu’s legal troubles could last four more years. Meanwhile, he’s not obligated to leave office (for now).

    Washington Post
  • Kanye West’s Complicated Relationship With Slides

    Though Kanye West is best known for his music and growing portfolio of YEEZY sneakers, ’Ye has been making footwear-related news recently for very different reasons: his adidas YEEZY slides and the reaction to them online. As with most things Kanye West, the slides, which were originally shared on Kim Kardashian West’s Instagram in October and have [

  • Behind Gordon Sondland’s rise to wealth and prominence

    The 62-year-old was born in Mercer Island, Washington state, the son of Jewish parents who fled Nazi Germany, a story he alluded to in his opening statement to lawmakers.

    New York Post
  • Columnist: Warren’s wealth tax plan is unconstitutional

    by WorldTribune Staff, November 20, 2019 Elizabeth Warren, with her wealth tax on America’s “super rich,” is taking class warfare to a new and “probably illegal” level, a columnist wrote. The Massachusetts leftist senator and 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful’s “billionaire tax” actually “kicks in at 2 percent annually on households with a net worth of $50 million, rising to 6 percent for those with a net worth of a billion dollars or more,” James S. Robbins noted in a...

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