Unusually high numbers of non-Latino migrants, obviously not from Central America, are now reportedly passing from Colombia through Panama on their way to the U.S. southern border. Their numbers range to the tens of thousands, whose vanguard we have already seen at the U.S. border in recent months …
After the President requested his attorneys delay the census, after the Supreme Court put on hold his plan to include a citizenship question in the survey next year, Fox News reports, without citing anyone, that the census will be printed without including the U.S. citizenship question.
As The New York Times proudly writes, the decision is a victory for critics who said the question was part of an administration effort to skew the census results in favor of Republicans.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association, whose members include Best Buy, Walmart and Target, demands an investigation into whether Silicon Valley’s most prominent companies [Amazon and Google] are manipulating search results that disadvantage brick and mortar retailers.
About two years ago, the University of Chicago Medical Center collaborated with Google in hopes of identifying patterns in patient health records to help predict future medical issues.
Now, former patient Matt Dinerstein is taking action on behalf of the medical center’s patients, alleging the university violated privacy laws by sharing sensitive health records without patient consent, with Google from 2009 to 2016 thereby aiding Google’s goal of creating a digital health record-system.
It looks like Silicon Valley’s favorite, George Soros-funded protesters have been busy doing what they do best — creating mayhem and havoc.
Just when Hong Kong authorities, beholden to the Chinese, thought it was safe to continue their totalitarian shift to the motherland, the citizens of Hong Kong are rising up once again.
The situation in Hong Kong is rapidly escalating. Protesters have stormed into the Legislative Council, after hours of besieging the building, smashing glass doors and removing metal security bars in a day of violence marking the 22nd anniversary of the city’s return to China.