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Identity Politics Gone Mad, From Trump to Ayanna Pressley

Identity Politics Gone Mad, From Trump to Ayanna PressleyPresident Donald Trump’s awful, unapologetic “you can’t leave fast enough” remarks about the four progressive Democratic congresswomen known as “the Squad” came after an also-ugly spat between said Squad and the allies of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D–Calif.), featuring such collectivist expressions as this: Rep Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) “We don’t need any more brown faces that don’t want to be a brown voice. We don’t need black faces that don’t want to be a black voice. We don’t need Muslims that don’t want to be a Muslim voice. We don’t need queers that don’t want to be a queer voice” pic.twitter.com/2NIj5Vvcor — Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) July 15, 2019 We are in the grips of anti-individualist politics, right and left, lament Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman and Matt Welch on today’s Editors’ Roundtable edition of the Reason Podcast, and there are real-world,…


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J&J vows to defend itself in talc, opioid lawsuits

J&J vows to defend itself in talc, opioid lawsuitsJohnson & Johnson vowed to defend itself against lawsuits alleging the company fueled the opioid crisis and that its namesake talc-based baby powder caused ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. ….. Read More.CNBC – Business | Business & CommerceTue, July 16, 20196 hours ago


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Jordan Davis and Wife Kristen Expecting Their First Child

Jordan Davis and Wife Kristen Expecting Their First ChildIt will be the first child for the married couple of two years. Continue reading… ….. Read More.TASTE OF COUNTRY – Country Music | Music & MusiciansMon, July 15, 20191 day ago


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Echo Dot and Fire TV Stick are again Prime Day’s best selling devices (so far!)

Echo Dot and Fire TV Stick are again Prime Day’s best selling devices (so far!)Amazon Prime members again snapped up loss leaders like the Echo Dot and Fire TV Stick with Alexa Remote on the first day of Amazon Prime Day 2019, which has now been stretched out to a 48-hour sale. This is the third year in a row that the entry-level Alexa smart speaker, the Echo Dot, has been a Prime Day bestseller. The Fire TV Stick was a top seller last year, too, and sold well in years past — including in 2016, when it emerged at the overall best-selling device globally on Prime Day. Amazon never provides hard numbers on Prime Day sales, but claims “millions” of these devices — the Echo Dot and Fire TV Stick combined — were sold on Monday to customers worldwide during the first day of Prime Day 2019. Last year,…


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Are you paying too much for a car or truck?

Are you paying too much for a car or truck?Survey finds many consumers buy vehicles they cant really afford By Mark Huffman of ConsumerAffairs July 12, 2019 The average transaction price (ATP) on both new and used vehicles is near an all-time high, so its not surprising perhaps that a new survey found most consumers buy cars and trucks they cant really afford. The survey by a car insurance website, CarInsuranceComparison.com, found consumers overspend by an average of $57 on monthly car expenses. Part of the problem may be due to a lack of knowledge about affordability. Personal finance experts recommend the so-called 20/4/10 rule when purchasing and financing a car or truck. Its prudent to always put 20 percent of the cars price up as a down payment and finance the vehicle for no more than four years. Total costs, including insurance and maintenance, should be no more than…


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FTC and Gerber settle deceptive advertising suit

FTC and Gerber settle deceptive advertising suitThe agency claimed Gerber misrepresented allergy prevention properties of its formula By Mark Huffman of ConsumerAffairs July 16, 2019 The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has reached a settlement agreement with Gerber to resolve a 2014 lawsuit against the baby food products maker. The original complaint alleged that Gerber Products Company, also doing business as Nestl Nutrition, deceptively advertised one of its baby formula products. Specifically, the FTC said the company claimed that Good Start Gentle formula would help infants with a family history of allergies reduce their risk of developing allergies later in life. Gerber and the FTC have agreed to settle the dispute under terms set out in the stipulated order announced by both parties. When it filed its complaint in October 2014, the government also charged that the company falsely advertised that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had approved its health…


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