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Harvey 'Messed With Texas'

Judging by the explosion in jobless claims in Texas, it appears a 'natural disaster' is a bigger problem than a 'man-made' one...

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Watch As Amazon Deletes Hundreds Of One-Star Reviews Of Hillary Clinton's New Book

In what many have dubbed a flagrant intervention by Amazon itself to seemingly boost the rating of Hillary Clinton's new book "What Happened", the Telegraph first reported, and subsequently many others observed first hand, that Amazon has been monitoring and deleting 1-star reviews of Hillary Clinton's new book "which was greeted with a torrent of criticism on the day it was released."

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Trump Blocks Chinese Acquisition Of Chipmaker Lattice Semi Over "Security Risk"

In a move that will likely cause at least a few frowns in Beijing, Bloomberg reports that President Trump blocked a Chinese-backed buyer from acquiring chipmaker Lattice Semiconductor, not only a "personal rebuke that bodes poorly for several other Chinese buyers seeking U.S. security clearance for their acquisitions", but also a symbolic escalation of the "cold" trade war with China, hinting that the Trump administration will no longer allow China to acquire advanced US intellectual property, especially when national security may be on the line.

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Is Trump Irrelevant?

Those who had lauded the expansion of executive powers when Barack Obama was president perhaps now see the dangers of an imperial presidency with Donald Trump as president. It doesn’t matter if you are Republican or Democrat, conservative or liberal, because we all know what Lord Acton said about the corrupting influence of power.

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It's Official: US Debt Finally Tops $20 Trillion, Jumps By $318 Billion In One Day

Following President Trump's sign off last Friday on a short-term debt-ceiling/government funding/hurricane aid deal (thanks to Democrats' votes), the US Treasury was finally freed from the shackles of the debt ceiling which it hit nearly one year ago  and which meant that US federal debt would be at roughly $19.808 trillion for months.

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