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Your Family Is Biased. It’s Not Your Fault, Blame The Filter Bubble

When you search Google or scroll through your Facebook feed, (or if you’re checking your children’s social media feeds), you’ve likely noticed ads or posts that seem explicitly tailored for you.  That’s because most search engines and social networks are built to collect data on preferences (based on search history, the things you click on and posts) and “push” more ...

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Can You Be Open Minded and Moral?

These days it seems the Democrats and Republicans both see themselves as the “moral” party. The Dems defining moral as open-minded and inclusive where the Conservatives believe moral is staying true to Christian values. As a parent, it can be hard to know where to stand. Children are notoriously open-minded as their brains are still developing and they are still ...

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Immigration – For Want of the American Dream

The current immigration conversation is a topic I am passionate about. After all, my family came here from Cuba in 1966, when I was a wee tot. Once Castro’s policies started to tighten its grasp around the throat of the Cuban people, a large exodus ensued from the island nation with thousands leaving by boats and landing on Florida’s shores/beaches. ...

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Motel 6 Hands Private Guest Info to ICE

Motel 6 has been accused of giving personal guest information to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) without guests’ permission. According to a lawsuit filed by the state of Washington, Motel 6 provided ICE with regular lists of information including names, DOBs, driver’s license numbers, and even room numbers. Motel 6 staffers told investigators that ICE agents circled any “Latino-sounding” names ...

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‘Ghost’ Guns are on the Rise

Criminals have found a way to avoid background checks to get guns. According to the Wall Street Journal, there is a black gun market where criminals are easily acquiring rifle parts and then assembling them for buyers willing to pay big money for these undocumented weapons. “Axel Galvez had a deal: $7,500 for five untraceable semiautomatic rifles. And he had ...

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Wages Grow in Cities with Low Unemployment

Wages are finally starting to go up in large cities with low unemployment. Take Minneapolis, for example, where unemployment is just over 2%. Over the past year, private-sector workers saw a wage increase of 4%. This is 50% better than the national average and better than any period of wage growth the area has seen in 6 years. Similar changes have ...

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Controversial Oil Pipeline Bringing Prosperity to North Dakota

Even though the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline project has been operational for only the last six months, it is already bringing substantial prosperity to North Dakota. The oil production has surged, specifically 78,000 more barrels of oil were produced daily between September and October. The state also has 15 more drilling rigs operating this January compared to last year. Energy ...

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Trump: U.S. to be the ‘Strongest Energy Superpower’

President Donald Trump repeatedly said on his campaign trail that the U.S. needs to become much less dependent on energy from other countries. His administration has proposed a plan to do just that and expand offshore areas of the Outer Continental Shelf for drilling by 90%. This is the largest expansion of offshore drilling ever proposed. “This is a start (of) ...

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HORIST: The non-news of the year in review.

On the cusp of the new year, virtually every media outlet will do some version of the year in review.  They will highlight their top stories of 2017.  This season there are not a lot of stories to revisit since most of the media has sustained repetitious reporting on just a few narratives.  For sure, they will focus in on ...

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Dems for President in 2020?

2018 is already here and President Donald Trump’s first year ended with a bang. The next presidential election will be here before we know it. With that being said, the Democratic party has a lot of work to do after the scandals during Hillary Clinton’s campaign. It’s safe to say that to regain support and to find a candidate to ...

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