Kshama Sawant, a socialist incumbent running for Seattle city council, lost her seat after Amazon dedicated approximately $1.5 million to defeat her.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) sounded a lot like Donald Trump in Iowa this week going after the mainstream media’s coverage of his campaign.
What if your Uber driver voted for Trump? What if your waitress voted for Trump? What if, heaven forfend, the guy who delivers your New York Times voted for Trump?
Whether something is legal or not doesn’t connote cultural sustainability or mitigate the potential harm to our political discourse.
The American media’s Trump-Russia hysteria of the last few years gains some real perspective when you consider that they are more than willing to take blood money to distribute publications that whitewash authoritarian crimes.
Contrary to leftist claims, when Amazon quits NYC, the real loser is not Jeff Bezos, but working-class New Yorkers, the very people that the left is supposedly fighting for.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez killed a deal to bring 25,000 jobs to New York City that was overwhelmingly popular, especially among minorities. Will she pay a price?
How do people find fulfillment if they don’t have religion, a sense of community, or a family? Hopefully by devoting their life to finding a way to ship mouthwash to people’s doors for ten cents cheaper.
The democratic-socialist from the Bronx is right. Amazon shouldn’t get billions in tax incentives.
These companies need to regulate themselves, but to do so they would first have to show they understand what is upsetting people on the right, left, and all points in between.
Yes, space travel is wonderful and SpaceX has had some success, but does that mean federal funding of the company is a good idea?
Falcon Heavy is the newest in a lineup of rockets from Space X, a private company aiming to colonize Mars.
Rather than facilitating our integration into the warm fabric of the domesticated economy, Amazon can help us break loose from those structures in an incredibly cheap and powerful way.
Slate writer Will Oremus says Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos has “an uncanny ability to avoid making money.” What does Oremus get wrong about Amazon? Pretty much everything.
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