A 2016 Pew Foundation poll found that 69 percent of voters under the age of 30 expressed “a willingness to vote for a socialist president,” and a 2015 “YouGov.com” poll revealed that 43 percent of young Americans between 18 had 29 had a “favorable” opinion of socialism” and prefer it to capitalism. Who says the public schools aren’t teaching the kids anything these days?
A very large segment of the younger generation obviously finds promises of “free” education, health care, and groceries promised by socialist political demagogues like Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton to be quite appealing. Just as obvious is that they are oblivious to the fact that socialism would destroy their economic future, and their children’s future, and strip them of their freedom, just as it has done wherever else it has been imposed.
This worked well with al-Qaeda and is working now with Daesh (ISIL/ISIS).
Obama is a strange and, at the same time, somewhat magical president, reads Martin Peltier’s article for the website.
After the San Bernardino shooting, which claimed the lives of 14 people and left 21 injured, he, as did President Hollande after the terrorist attacks in Paris, proclaimed a total war on Daesh terrorists. But why only now, the author questions?
Chris Brown, 26, is heading back to court! But this time, the “Post To Be” rapper is preparing to go head-to-head with his baby’s mother, Nia Guzman, 31. The two can’t come to a custody or child support agreement for their daughter, Royalty, 1, and now, the courts will decide their daughter’s fate, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.
Let the games begin! Chris is tired of Nia digging in his pockets for gold. The singer wants to provide is daughter with adequate child support and is now relying on a judge for help. “We have a hearing scheduled for Sept. 11,” Chris’ Family Law Attorney, Bo Nichols, reveals toHollywoodLife.com in an EXCLUSIVE interview. Nichols added he’d much rather see the two parents settle their dispute prior to that date. “When it comes down to it, Chris and Nia are the ones who are responsible for raising Royalty,” he says. “The more people involved, the more complicated it gets.”
Although encouraging, Compass labelled Canada an under-performer, highlighting numerous obstacles we face in becoming a serious global technology leader. While competitive in talent and market reach, financing and the maturity of our ecosystems remain a problem.
As technology has become the key to global economic prosperity, Canada has a choice to make. We can sit idly by allowing foreign technologies to transform our economy, and displace millions of jobs in the coming years, or we can nurture, fund and grow our technology sector to build industries that supply innovative products to the world.
With the federal election campaign underway, it is crucial that our politicians address how they propose to transition our economy from one of hewers of wood and drawers of water, to one based on creativity, science and technology.
Hillary Clinton didn’t say the company’s name. But to Clinton’s critics, her words during a major economic speech earlier this month left no doubt of their intended target.
“This is a huge thing,” Grover Norquist, the influential president of Americans for Tax Reform, told Business Insider in an interview last week.
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