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Current News – 03.19.2017
- 18 months ago there was a seemingly limitless number of Silicon Valley future billionaires buying up multi-million dollar homes and renting out lavish pads. Zillow points out, home prices in San Francisco stalled about a year ago and rents have followed a similar path.
- But home prices aren’t the only thing stalling, according to a note from The Guardian, resumes are also starting to flood into Silicon Valley headhunters from recently unemployed software engineers who were let go after their companies failed to attract its required latest round of financing at a ridiculous valuation.
“We’re starting to get a lot of résumés from [software engineers at] companies where the business model isn’t working and they can’t get funding, so they are closing down or cutting back,”
“The number of investments [in the private market] has fallen by about a third, “fast money” from hedge funds and mutual funds had shifted away from the sector.
- At the beginning of 2016, numerous states did in fact enter a recession.
- Based on new research by Kansas Fed Economist Jason Brown, several states suffered severe downturns as of the third quarter of 2016 that hampered growth nationwide. According to the report, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Wyoming experienced recessions last year, while others saw contractions, including Maine, Montana, North Dakota, Louisiana and West Virginia.
- White House press secretary Sean Spicer flatly denied Friday that the White House apologized to the British government
- “I don’t think we regret anything,” Spicer told reporters at a gaggle Friday afternoon. Asked by CNN’s Jim Acosta if there was an apology by the administration to the British government over the matter, Spicer replied, “No, we were just passing on news reports.”
- The DoJ just delivered documents to congressional committees responding to their request for information that could shed light on President Donald Trump’s claims that former President Barack Obama ordered U.S. agencies to spy on him. Reuters reports that a congressional official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the House Intelligence Committee was examining the documents and might issue a public statement about them later
- Spicer also said that Trump “stands by” his initial tweets on the subject, and Trump on Friday joked about the wiretapping claims during a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
- One of the most dangerous words in America today is the word “offensive,” not because it’s used to describe something that hurts one’s feelings, but because of how it is used by Left. It goes without saying that the word “offensive” is a subjective term that can mean many different things to many different people; what Sally finds offensive may not be offensive to Joe, and vice versa. Because of the term’s lack of definition, it is up to us to give it definition. This is dangerous because it invites people to use the word in a way that best suits their own biases or agendas.
- Americans should be very weary whenever they see a company or an organization announce plans to combat offensive language.
- Google is the latest corporation to join the fight against “offensive” speech on the Internet. Recently, the company directed its review teams to locate and flag language that could potentially be upsetting or offensive. By doing this, Google hopes to improve the overall quality of search results.
- If a member of the Google review team decides that one of the search results contains racial slurs, or that it promotes hate or violence in some way, then the content will be flagged under a new “upsetting-offensive” category.
- While the flagging system doesn’t delete search results completely, it does make it so that “offensive” results are buried and made more difficult to find
- this new initiative could easily begin infringing on the free speech rights of American citizens, even if it’s speech that is not offensive or upsetting.
Everyone who is using Google to search won’t even know that censorship is occuring because the results will not show up.
- The Russian lower house of parliament, the State Duma, has approved a proposal to launch an investigation into U.S. media organizations that operate in Russia
- The investigation, which will be conducted by the Duma’s information policy, technologies and communications committee, will check whether CNN, the Voice of America, Radio Liberty and “other American media” are complying with Russian law.
- an MP from the pro-Kremlin United Russia party, proposed an investigation to retaliate for what he called a “repressive” U.S. move against Russian state-funded broadcaster RT.
- He said he was referring to an initiative by U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen, who has introduced a bill to empower the Justice Department to investigate possible violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act by RT.
- Shaheen, a Democrat, cited a U.S. intelligence agency assessment that suggested RT was part of a Russian influence campaign to help Donald Trump win the White House last year. The Kremlin and RT have strongly rejected that allegation.
- Inhofe stated on Friday that the US mission builds the “trust and confidence” between Washington and Kiev.
- “The combat experience and expertise of the 45th [Infantry Brigade Combat Team] makes them the perfect unit to perform this critical mission of advising and training Ukrainian Army units who rotate in and out of the intense fighting in Eastern Ukraine,” he said.
- Earlier on Friday, President Donald Trump said during a press conference that the United States would like to find a peaceful solution to the conflict in the Ukraine.
Kiev used documents and allowed saboteurs of the eighth regiment of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine to cross the Ukrainian-Russian border,”
- US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson made the announcement after talks with his Chinese counterpart in Beijing.
- The two sides appeared to have made some progress or put aside differences on difficult issues ahead of a planned summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump.
- Bones of contention
- Washington has been pressing Beijing to do more to stop North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes.
- China has called for a dual track approach, urging North Korea to suspend its tests and the US and South Korea to suspend military drills so both sides can return to talks.
- What the US says
- On Friday, Tillerson issued the Trump administration’s starkest warning yet to North Korea.
- He said in Seoul that a military response would be “on the table” if Pyongyang took action to threaten South Korean and US forces.
- Tillerson took a softer line after the meeting with Wang. He told reporters both China and the US noted efforts over the last two decades had not succeeded in curbing the threat posed by North Korea’s weapons programmes.
- “We share a common view and a sense that tensions on the rise on the peninsula are quite high right now and that things have reached a rather dangerous level, and we have committed ourselves to doing everything we can to prevent any type of conflict from breaking out,” Tillerson said.
- He said Wang and he agreed to work together to persuade North Korea “make a course connection and move away from the development of their nuclear weapons.”
- Tillerson also said that any talks on North Korea could only take place after it began the process of unwinding the weapons programmes
- An American landing ship, the USS Carter Hall, with marines on board, has crossed the Bosporus Strait and arrived in the Black Sea on Friday for joint drills with the Romanian Navy.
- According to the release, the vessel “will work alongside Romanian maritime forces to develop interoperability and proficiency.”
- a group of six US Senators led by Mike Lee from the state of Utah called on Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to investigate US funding political factions within other sovereign nations, including through a George Soros-backed organizations funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID).
- Armstrong warned that Soros could respond by trying to boost the domestic US opposition to Trump.
- “Soros has many connections to the anti-Trump movement and was a significant donor to the Clinton campaign. So, the reaction will be interesting,” Armstrong added.
- George Soros has penned another op-ed to explain why President Trump is evil for upholding basic immigration laws, and why his ‘hate’ speak must not be tolerated…
- When Hate Surges
- Authored by George Soros via The New York Times,
- President Trump has wasted no time in cracking down on immigration.
- As hate incidents surged after the election last fall, I announced a $10 million investment to provide legal and social services to victims of hate crimes, to encourage local organizations across the country to do the same and to propose improvements and new ideas. This week we opened our Hate Incident Database to monitor the scope and depth of hate incidents across the country.
- Fighting against hate crimes makes us grow stronger together.
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- What an apt way to end – with Hillary’s tagline!! Rise up America, and fight those who disagree with your opinion… so that we can grow stronger together?