Senator Klobuchar uses Paul Pelosi attack to call for internet regulation

Senator Amy Klobuchar said she doesn’t Trust Elon Musk to run Twitter. She also slammed social media companies for profiting from amplifying “misinformation” and made some statements about internet regulations that completely ignore the First Amendment.

Senator Klobuchar uses Paul Pelosi attack to call for internet regulation

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35 Years After His Assassination, Thomas Sankara Still Inspires Liberation in Africa

Francis Mampuya (Democratic Republic of Congo), Sankara, 2018.

Thirty-five years ago this month, one of Africa’s greatest revolutionaries was murdered by former comrades.

“Africa’s Che Guevara,” as he was known, was shot down in a coup d’etat by soldiers who were rebelling against his socialist transformation of Burkina Faso, a landlocked and poor remnant of the French colonial empire in West Africa.

35 Years After His Assassination, Thomas Sankara Still Inspires Liberation in Africa

Steve Bannon Calls On Brazil’s Bolsonaro To Not Concede

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After a tight race, Luiz Inacio “Lula” da Silva will become the next president of Brazil. The far-left former Brazilian president won 50.83 percent of the vote, with over 98 percent of votes counted in the extremely tight run-off election on Sunday. Incumbent Jair Bolsonaro won 49.17 percent of the vote, compared to 50.83 by Lula da Silva, who was convicted in 2017 for money laundering though a court threw out his conviction in March 2021.

Steve Bannon Calls On Brazil’s Bolsonaro To Not Concede

There Is No Such Thing As Wage-Driven Inflation

Few know the name of Walter Heller, one of the first Chairs of the Council of Economic Advisers, and an adviser to President Kennedy. In 1968, however, he was a giant in economics who published in all the top journals. Fresh from his years in the Kennedy White House, he was invited to debate the relative importance of fiscal and monetary policy with another giant in economics, Milton Friedman, in a small book published by W.W. Norton & Company. Rarely do such debates interest more than a few thousand individuals. This is an exception, as a decade later PBS invited Heller and Friedman to debate their views on inflation.

There Is No Such Thing As Wage-Driven Inflation

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