Month: August 2019

$1,000 a month, no strings attached

The idea of a “universal basic income” is gaining traction among Silicon Valley titans and Democratic presidential hopefuls, despite a national trend toward more restrictions on public benefits.

Media takes hits in bitter partisan era

The news media is taking hits from all sides, underscoring the bitter partisan divide and fierce war over the “official story” coming out of President Trump’s Washington.New controversies involving the nation’s lar…

Utah protest opposes pending deportation of Mexican activist

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Immigration activists in Utah have protested the pending deportation of a Mexican woman who has provided health and nutrition education for an immigrant aid group. The Salt Lake Tribune reported Friday that 55-year-old Cecelia Fig…

Donald Trump rips ‘disgusting’ Omarosa, ex-White House aide, following former assistant’s firing

President Trump took aim Saturday at former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, tearing into the former staffer on Twitter amid addressing recent drama in the West Wing. “Yes, I am currently suing various people for violating their confidentiali…