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White House to Host Google CEO Amid Cloud of Concerns over Company’s Silencing of Conservatives

Google CEO Sundar Pichai will appear at the White House on Thursday alongside other Silicon Valley leaders as a cloud of suspicion hangs over his company in the wake of several reports in recent months of bias against conservatives and specifically supporters of President Donald Trump. According to the Associated Press, Pichai will join top executives from other tech giants like Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, and Qualcomm. “The White House says the Thursday meeting will address efforts to advance American leadership in innovation and how that will affect jobs, industries and…

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Pinkerton: Elizabeth Warren’s Rendezvous with Realism—Maybe a Little Trumpism 

Now that the 2018 midterm elections are in the rear-view mirror, candidates are gearing up for the 2020 presidential election.   So here comes …  Elizabeth Warren.  As we all remember, her recent attempt to get the “Pocahontas” issue out of the way didn’t work out too well–leading some to wonder whether she could ever be White House material.  Yet even so, despite weakening poll numbers, Warren has persisted; she is, after all, a U.S. Senator and an important intellectual force in the Democratic Party.   Thus Warren’s “major” foreign-policy…

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Pollster: GOP Base ‘Coming Home’ Because Trump Nationalized Illegal Immigration Issue

The Republican base is “coming home” before Tuesday’s midterm elections because President Donald Trump has nationalized the illegal immigration issue, according to Bill McInturff, the Republican pollster who conducts the NBC/Wall Street Journal (WSJ) poll with Democrat Peter Hart. Trump has made illegal immigration and the migrant caravan central issues of the 2018 campaign, and a CNN poll released on Monday found that immigration is more important to Republican voters (64% said it was extremely important to their vote) than the economy (60%). “There has been some method to his…

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