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Poll: Majority Want Impeachment Hearings To Continue As Long As Possible So Congress Will Be Too Busy To Meddle With Our Lives

Those eyes! 😂 U.S.—A new poll released Wednesday revealed that the majority of the nation want impeachment hearings to continue as long as possible so that Congress will be too busy to meddle with our lives. https://babylonbee.com/news/poll-majority-want-impeachment-hearings-to-continue-as-long-as-possible/

California Builds Wall To Stop People From Leaving

This should remind you of the Berlin Wall, which was built by communists to keep their people from fleeing to the capitalist West.  SACRAMENTO, CA—California’s state government has announced it will agree to build a wall as President Trump has been pushing for, except this wall will keep people in, not out. California Builds Wall …

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After Accumulating $999,999,999, Man Stops Earning Money So People Won’t Get Mad At Him

This is great, since the Democrats are picking on billionaires, while their candidates are millionaires.  As I’ve always said: the wealthy are those who have more than you do.  NEW YORK, NY—Successful businessman Kelvin Wood was alarmed when he checked his bank account. His net worth was now $999,999,999, putting him dangerously close to having …

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Obama Reminds Democrats To Save The Far-Left Stuff Until After They Get Elected

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Former President Barack Obama on Friday offered a firm warning to the 2020 Democratic primary field. Worried the candidates may be openly pushing the party too far to the left, he urged them to remember the age-old secret of getting elected as a Democrat. https://babylonbee.com/news/obama-reminds-democratic-nominees-to-hide-all-the-far-left-stuff-until-theyre-in-the-white-house/

New UI President Taking Week Off Without Pay to Help Institution Deal With Growing Budget Deficit

Good for him. But this is form over substance, unless all of the super-paid faculty do the same.  Don’t hold your breath.  New University of Idaho President Scott Green is taking a week off without pay to help the institution grapple with its worsening financial crisis.  Green announced his decision in a memo to faculty …

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High wages and tougher regulations worry local merchants

You get less of what you tax and more of what you subsidize.  If you raise taxes on business, you get less business. Which means fewer jobs.  And progressives wonder why there are no jobs?  Retailers discuss changes in Washington rules during roundtable gathering at Pullman Moscow and Pullman Building Supply owner Tyler Garrett said …

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Moscow’s mastery-based education under scrutiny

I’m all for students mastering the topics at hand. But Moscow’s “mastery-based education” does not actually do that.  Read on. From the Moscow-Pullman Daily News:  Moscow’s mastery-based education under scrutiny District forum takeaway: New grading system leaves parents confused, many students unmotivated and teachers in need of a voice Parents are confused about the system …

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Moscow continues march toward green goal

There go our taxes again. Any time you hear the buzzwords “green”, “sustainable”, “eco-friendly”, “renewable”, etc., grab your wallets.  In 2010, Moscow set out to reduce its 2005 greenhouse gas levels — later amended to 2008 levels — 20 percent by 2020. Acting Public Works Director Tyler Palmer told the Moscow City Council Monday night …

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WSU research reflects cannabis prevalence in low-socioeconomic areas

There’s a reason for this.  The Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine recently published a study that shows the prevalence of cannabis producers, processors, and retailers in low-socioeconomic areas throughout Washington State. The research showed that cannabis businesses are more prevalent in low-socioeconomic areas compared to higher-socioeconomic areas. WSU researchers used data from …

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PRH Expansion Bond Fails Again

The bond was for $29 million.  What do you want to bet that they will come back in 2020 with a $19.9 million dollar option?  The Pullman Regional Hospital expansion bond has failed for a second time. The Whitman County Auditor’s Office ran the last large batch of ballots Monday night from this month’s vote …

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The NSA says it stopped tracking cellphone locations without a warrant

You can thank Snowden for this.  Last year the Supreme Court ruled, in a 5-4 decision, that a search warrant is required for law enforcement to perform cellphone tower searches to track someone’s location. The Daily Beast reported on a letter sent by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to Senator Ron …

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Rep. Ilhan Omar Slid Lover’s Consulting Group $150K More Than Previously Known

The plot thickens.  Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) funneled another $150,000 in previously undisclosed funds to her lover Tim Mynett’s political consulting group, within monthsof aNew York Post report that the two were romantically involved. From the NY Post: The 37-year-old Minnesota congresswoman’s campaign has funneled $146,712.63 to Mynett’s E Street Group since The Post in August reported …

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WSJ: How Google Interferes With Its Search Algorithms And Changes Your Results

The WSJ published a comprehensive investigation Friday, How Google Interferes With Its Search Algorithms and Changes Your Results, that provides fodder for ongoing or new antitrust investigations of the company, both in the US, and worldwide: THE JOURNAL’S FINDINGS undercut one of Google’s core defenses against global regulators worried about how it wields its immense power – that …

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