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May 30, 2020

Keep Cell Antennas Away From Our Elk Grove Homes

May 27, 2020 Newsletter Keep Cell Antennas Away From Our Elk Grove Homes Dear friends and allies,The hyperlinks in this newsletter may work better if you view it in your browser. Please feel free to send feedback on this newsletter and recommendations for making it better.  And share it with your …

May 27, 2020

The American Entrepreneurs’ Survival During the Pandemic Period

The global disease called COVID-19 has already adversely affected the American business industry, including massive job losses, declining output, and enterprises’ continued closure. Nowadays, these factors have caused biting unemployment proliferation all over the United States and financial damage of the leading entrepreneurs. Having considerable savings, most business owners have …

May 14, 2020

Opinion: Don’t Expect to See Trump’s Tax Returns Before the Election

Don’t Expect to See Trump’s Tax Returns Before the Election By Marjorie Cohn Truthout   Donald Trump claims that while he is president, his pre-presidency financial records can’t be subpoenaed and he can’t even be investigated for criminal conduct. The Supreme Court will decide by the end of June …

May 12, 2020

Curtis Ellis: The Threat of the CCP

“MUST-WATCH: American Jobs Alliance Founder and Former Trump Team Member Curtis Ellis on What He Calls Existential Threat Posed by China      “In one of the most significant interviews DailyClout has ever done. Curtis Ellis, founder of the American Jobs Alliance, explains the current threat to the US and, …

May 7, 2020

How Can Direct Activism Survive the Coronavirus Era?

Politics & Public Policy How can direct activism survive the coronavirus era? How do we learn justice? What is the benefit of creating crisis? What are the takeaways for the next generation of activists? Reporting for, bestselling author Naomi Wolf asks these crucial questions and more in a truly inspiring …

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