December 3, 2016

Dem Rep Ellison: House Democrats Will Do Nothing But 'Vote No' Under Trump

Working hard for the American people

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Former TechShop CEO Mark Hatch joins Network Society Ventures as General Partner

tc-makers-techshop Early-stage venture firm Network Society Ventures has snagged TechShop's former CEO and co-founder Mark Hatch as general partner. Hatch is recognized as a pioneer of the maker movement, is a current entrepreneur in residence at UC Berkeley, and is a former Green Beret. For those who don't know it, TechShop bills itself as "a membership-based DIY… Read More

Source: TechCrunch

Tucker Carlson Is Making Cable News Great Again [VIDEO]

'Primal scream by people who have been ignored'

Via: The Daily Caller

The Latest: Elections board dismisses protest in NC county

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The Latest on counting the votes in North Carolina's Nov. 8 election and the close governor's race (all times local):

7:05 p.m.

The State Board of Elections has dismissed a formal protest filed in an eastern North Carolina county alleging workers for a political committee fraudulently ...

Source: stories: Politics

Bergdahl Pleads With Obama To Pardon Him Before Trump Takes Office

If the pardon doesn't work, Bergdahl's lawyers have another trick up their sleeve

Via: The Daily Caller

Bots that work everywhere

universal-chat-bot Bots made big headlines in 2016. They've been hailed variously as the future of commerce and a revolution in customer service. It seems likely that, just as the web and the cell phone once did, the messaging interface will transform how we interact with the world around us. Read More

Source: TechCrunch

Eleven Winter Clothes Items You Need To Know About

Great deals at Land's End

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There Are Still Great Deals This Holiday Season, As Evidenced By Walmart's Prices On Electronics Right Now

Even more deals this 'Cyber Week'

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Ford Willing to Work With Trump If Policies Are Right: CEO

Ford Motor Co. was a target of Donald Trump's criticism on the campaign trail for building cars in Mexico, and now that Trump will be president, Ford said it's willing to work with him to keep jobs in the U.S. -- provided Trump puts the right policies in place, according to the automaker's chief executive officer.

Source: Bloomberg Politics

Chicago's Top Cop: Residents Are Begging Me To Save Them From The Violence

'Do something about this violence'

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Apple reveals autonomous vehicle ambitions in letter to US regulators

tim cook Apple has publicly revealed its ambitions to play in the emerging market of self-driving vehicles with a policy recommendation letter to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Wall Street Journal first broke news of the communique. Precise details of Apple automotive products were not revealed in the letter. But it did state that: "Apple uses machine learning to make… Read More

Source: TechCrunch

NYC's Liberal Mayor Wants 'Sanctuary City For Heroin Junkies,' Says City Council Candidate [VIDEO]

'This is bad for taxpayers, this is for New York City, and it's even worse for addicts'

Via: The Daily Caller

Universities exploring 'sanctuary' status for immigrants

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Universities and colleges in several states are considering labeling themselves "sanctuary campuses" amid fears from immigrant students.

College administrators in New Mexico are looking into proposals that would grant immigrant students living in the country illegally protections while they pursue their studies. New Mexico has a ...

Source: stories: Politics

The Internet Has Officially Become A Domain Of Warfare

Is cyber-warfare imminent?

Via: The Daily Caller

Robots, jobs and the human fear of change

Image: Getty Images/3alexd/E+ When it comes to technology's impact on the economy, there continues to be concern that robots and other advances will lead to unemployment. But what does history really tell us about the impact of new technologies on jobs and the economy? And more importantly, what happens to America's ability to compete in a global economy if we reject automation and stifle technological innovation? Read More

Source: TechCrunch

Recount Follies

(John Hinderaker) The Jill Stein/Hillary Clinton recount effort has mostly faded from the headlines, as battles have moved into the courts. A day of recounting in Wisconsin reportedly netted Hillary a single vote. Michigan may or may not begin recounting next week, depending on a court ruling. Pennsylvania appears to be Hillary's weakest link; Trump's margin is not narrow enough to trigger an automatic recount, and absent any evidence of fraud or

Source: Power LinePower Line

Chicago pledges $1M to protect 'anxious and uncertain' immigrants from deportations under Trump

Chicago will use $1 million leftover from a tax rebate program to defend immigrants there from any deportation efforts undertaken by President-elect Donald Trump, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office said Friday.

"Chicago has a proud history of diversity and inclusion, and my administration will do everything in our power to ensure ...

Source: stories: Politics

State Officials Rip DC Metro's 'Leadership Crisis' Amid Disastrous Week

'A joke'

Via: The Daily Caller

Analysis: Arkansas Dems adjust to role after ranks shrink

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas solidified its transformation from a Democratic stronghold in the South to a solidly Republican state in the November election, with the GOP expanding its hold on the Legislature and easily handing its six electoral votes to President-elect Donald Trump. The first big test for ...

Source: stories: Politics

Guess Who's the Most Profitable Android Smartphone Maker in the World? (It's Not Samsung)

Huawei became the most profitable Android smartphone maker during the third quarter according to Strategy Analytics. The research firm states that the Chinese tech giant claimed 2.4% ($200 million) of all smartphone operating profits worldwide during the quarter. That put it ahead of Vivo and Oppo, which claimed 2.2% each, and ahead of all other Android […]

Via: The Daily Caller

Iowa Governor Branstad Frontrunner for U.S.-China Ambassador

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad, a long-time friend of Chinese President Xi Jinping, is the frontrunner for the crucial post of ambassador to China.

Source: Bloomberg Politics

Guns at zoos? Texas says no while struggling to tame rules

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - More than a year after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott made firearms, including openly holstered weapons, legal in more places in the state, disputes remain over where guns are allowed - much to the frustration of advocates on both sides of the debate.

Firearms are banned in ...

Source: stories: Politics

How Trump Could Create Millions Of Energy Jobs

Over 4.5 million energy jobs will likely be created

Via: The Daily Caller

DC Won't Allow Concealed Carry, But Takes It Easy On Armed, Violent Criminals

'I knew they were going to let me off easy'

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Why Reed Hastings is the nation's best chance for curbing the influence of money in politics

Reed Hastings Between Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and good old fashioned DVR, other than senior citizens watching traditional news broadcasts and people watching live sports, tv ads just don't reach that many voters anymore. Read More

Source: TechCrunch

Cry Havoc And Let Slip The Mad Dog Warrior

James Mattis proves Donald Trump is serious about the defense of the United States

Via: The Daily Caller

Athletics overwhelmingly backs broad reforms

MONACO (AP) - Athletics leaders have overwhelmingly approved broad reforms championed by the sport's president, Sebastian Coe, to turn a corner on reputation-wrecking corruption and doping scandals.

Coe's "Time for Change" package of reforms to the sport's governance won a 95 percent majority from 192 countries that cast valid votes ...

Source: stories: Politics

From the penalty box

(Scott Johnson) As he undertook his project of "fundamental transformation," President Obama took office in 2009 with the side project of beating down FOX News. FOX News disrupted the coordination that the Obama administration otherwise had going with the mainstream media. As White House communications director, Comrade Anita Dunn took charge of the project. FOX News CEO Roger Ailes stood in there, however, and by November 2009, Dunn was gone. Andrea Tantaros

Source: Power LinePower Line

DNC Chair Hopeful Spent Past Eight Years as Podesta Group Lobbyist

South Carolina Democrat Jaime Harrison has left his position as a top lobbyist for the Podesta Group as he attempts to rally support behind his bid to be chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

The post DNC Chair Hopeful Spent Past Eight Years as Podesta Group Lobbyist appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

Source: Washington Free Beacon

China Dismisses Unprecedented Trump-Tsai Call as Taiwan Gimmick

China has dismissed a Friday phone call between President-elect Donald Trump and Taiwan President Tsai Ing-Wen as a gimmick by the island it regards as a renegade province.

Source: Bloomberg Politics

What Did We Do To Deserve This? Last Day For Video Doorbell Deal

$60 off for Cyber Monday Deals Week

Via: The Daily Caller

Forget Microsoft! Here's How to Play the "Largest Growth Opportunity in History"

Image source: The Motley Fool.  It's a $19 trillion opportunity according to Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO). That's trillion with a "T"—roughly the same size as the entire National Debt of the United States. One expert calls it "the largest growth opportunity in the history of humans." So it's no surprise that Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and General Electric (NYSE: GE) […]

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