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A New Hampshire poll conducted by Quinnipiac University released on November 11th shows Joe Biden leading with 20%, followed by Warren at 16%, Buttigieg at 15%, Sanders at 14%, and a fifth place Tulsi Gabbard with 6%. This poll continues the trend of Biden and Warren fighting for first,...
Californian Senator and Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris unveiled a new bill on Thursday allocating grants of up to five million dollars to school districts that stay open from 8 am to 6pm. The “Family Friendly Schools Act” will create a “pilot program to give schools resources to stay open...
Tulsi Gabbard, the 38-year-old anti-war Congresswoman from Hawaii, has qualified for the Democratic National Committee’s November debate. This marks the second debate she has qualified for, after missing the September debate due to a lack of strong polling. Having long surpassed the 165,000 unique donor threshold, Gabbard was just...
Polling of battleground states, mostly by the New York Times and Siena, predict Trump holding enough of his key 2016 victories to win in 2020 over the further-left candidates. However, Trump is projected to lose to Biden, according to these polls, by a wider margin than his own 2016...
Donald Trump’s name will sit next to the R on the ballot next November, but the question of who will oppose him remains unanswered. Amid a fierce Democratic primary, some voters hope for (and some voters dread) a familiar face to lead them into the post-Trump era. Here’s why...

Economics

3 Ways Intellectual Property Is Ruining Movies – Opting Out

"The audience knows what they want. The creators are ready to give it to them. The only thing in the way is the intransigent corporate big wig empowered by monopolistic legislation," writes James Smith in this edition of Opting Out.

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The Attention Surrounding Greta Thunberg is a Sign of Desperation –...

"Every so often, a clearly eloquent and passionate young person is trotted out by the media to act as the official figurehead for a trendy movement. For some odd reason, we’re expected to take a point more seriously because a young person has said it," writes James Smith in this edition of Opting Out.