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GM's Lordstown is gone, despite Trump promises

The President cast himself in 2016 as a savior for workers, taking the unusual tack of public pressuring corporations like Carrier in changing their plan for moving or changing production. But even months of demands, Trump has not been able to get GM to keep jobs at Lordstown. Trump zeroed in on the Ohio plans because of his promise to …

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$ 199 Analogue Pocket promises FPGA accuracy for portable retro games

Floating in a sea of ​​portable games. Black and white hardware for your portable black and white retro tapes. The 615-ppi screen seems to be too much for games like Tetris DX . All of these cassettes work with the analog bag, though some need adapters. Become a Chiptune DJ with integrated Nanoloop software. Use this dock to connect the …

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The Pro-Life Group promises legal assistance to those who suffer from the California law on abortion pills

The Students for Life of America (SLA) pro-life group announced Friday that they are threatening students or health workers whose "rights of conscience" are threatened by a new California law, all public universities Providing legal assistance would provide students with the "abortion pill" in campus clinics. Californian Governor Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, signed the bill on Friday. All 34 University …

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Blackface harms Trudeau in polls because it promises lower taxes and cell phone costs

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau started off last week's Blackface scandal on Sunday, reportedly focusing on measures he would pursue in a new election, including lower cell phone costs and lower middle-class tax cuts , [19659002] "Canadians work hard and deserve to sleep peacefully at night. By lowering taxes and lowering mobile bills, our liberal team will put more than …

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Elizabeth Warren promises corruption at the Washington Sq. Park Collection

With every major rally, Ms. Warren consolidates her place in an exclusive club of presidential candidates who have become crowd pullers, and thrills fans at events that can sometimes feel like rock concerts. In the 2004 election, it was Howard Dean, the former Vermont governor, whose enormous crowd offered a visibly striking signal of interest in his candidacy, including a …

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