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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Elizabeth Warren at Naked Pagen Ritual Photos

The roommate, a hairdresser from Methuen named Francesca, said Warren was “flat-chested and awkward but always looked like she was having fun.” She added that marijuana, magic mushrooms, peyote and LSD were common at the rituals.

Bernie Sanders Daughter Got Paid $500,000 To Teach WoodWorking At His Wife’s Bankrupt College In Vermont… He is up for reelection next year

Much has been written about Jane Sanders tenure as President of Burlington College (2004 to 2011). Criticism has been especially pointed regarding the $10 million land purchase for a campus expansion she spearheaded in 2010 that ultimately lead to Sanders removal a year later (albeit with a $200k golden parachute) and the College’s bankruptcy and ultimate closure last spring. In a letter to The Chronicle of Higher Education entitled,“What Really Happened at Burlington College,” President Carol Moore wrote that an investigation should be conducted into how a loan of such magnitude was ever approved for a college with such limited operating funds. But what hasn’t been discussed in all the noise about Burlington College’s closure is how Jane Sanders (supported by the same Board of Trustees who approved the land sale) openly funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars from Burlington College’s operating funds to VT Woodworking School?—?a for-profit business started by her daughter Carina Driscoll in 2007.
More than $500k from 2009 to 2012

Last year, Politico described Burlington College as catering to “nontraditional students, such as veterans and adults. It grew from its original 14 students to about 200 in recent years, finding appeal with its small student-to-faculty ratio and degrees in unusual fields including woodworking.” Yet, when Jane Sanders first arrived at Burlington College in 2004 no degree program in woodworking existed. It isn’t until 2009 that public tax records show Burlington College paying Vermont Woodworking School $56,474 for materials, charges and lease of bench space based on student enrollment reflecting what appears to be the beginning of the College’s woodworking program. The college was forced to report this expenditure as it related to a relationship between an interested party (Jane Sander’s daughter, Carina Driscoll) and Burlington College. Over the next four years, funds to VT Woodworking School increased considerably from this original amount to $133,134 in 2010; $138,571 in 2011; and, $182,741 in 2012 (the last year program expenses are reported in the tax filings).


Breaking down SCOTUS' partial reinstatement of travel ban

Let the extreme vetting commence.

The Supreme Court has decided to allow the Trump administration to move forward with a more limited version of his travel ban for now. President Trump has been handed a tentative victory during his young presidency as he continues his fight against the open borders left.

The justices will hear full arguments on the merits of the case in October, giving us plenty of time to prepare for this monumental decision to come. While we wait, the court said Monday that Trump’s ban on visitors from six Muslim majority countries that the Obama administration labeled as dangerous countries riddled with terrorists can be enforced as long as those visitors lack a “credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.”

Justice Clarence Thomas was joined by Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch in saying that the government will likely succeed in this case, pointing to the obvious national security issues. These three also wanted the full travel ban to take effect immediately.

Noted legal scholar Jonathan Turley wrote an opinion piece in The Hill about how Monday’s move by the Supreme Court requires the mainstream media and its legal experts to check itself. 

American Pravda: CNN Producer Says Russia Narrative “bullsh*t"

Friday, June 23, 2017

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Living wage FAIL: McDonald’s now replacing cashiers with kiosks!

  • Cowen says McDonald’s will upgrade 2,500 restaurants to its “Experience of the Future” technology by year-end, which includes digital ordering kiosks.
  • The firm raises its rating on McDonald’s to outperform from market perform and price target for the shares to $180 from $142.
  • Same store sales estimate for 2018 raised to 3 percent from 2 percent.

Andrew Charles from Cowen cited plans for the restaurant chain to roll out mobile ordering across 14,000 U.S. locations by the end of 2017. The technology upgrades, part of what McDonald’s calls “Experience of the Future,” includes digital ordering kiosks that will be offered in 2,500 restaurants by the end of the year and table delivery.
“MCD is cultivating a digital platform through mobile ordering and Experience of the Future (EOTF), an in-store technological overhaul most conspicuous through kiosk ordering and table delivery,” Charles wrote in a note to clients Tuesday. “Our analysis suggests efforts should bear fruit in 2018 with a combined 130 bps [basis points] contribution to U.S. comps [comparable sales].”

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Seattle landlords must give voter-registration info to new renters, City Council decides

Landlords will be required to provide new tenants with voter-registration information under a new ordinance approved by the Seattle City Council.
The council voted 6-0 on Monday to approve Councilmember Kshama Sawant’s proposal. Three council members, Mike O’Brien, M. Lorena González and Tim Burgess, were absent.
Property owners already are required to give tenants an information packet on housing laws, prepared by the city’s Department of Construction and Inspections. Landlords have the option of downloading the packet online and printing it out.