“Today’s big tech companies have too much power — too much power over our economy, our society, and our democracy. They’ve bulldozed competition, used our private information for profit, and tilted the playing field against everyone else. And in the process, they have hurt small businesses and stifled innovation,” Warren wrote in a blog post Friday.
3 reasons Elizabeth Warren’s tech giant breakup plan is idiotic
Wooing far-left Democrats to her 2020 presidential campaign, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. has a new proposal to destroy the crown jewels of the U.S. economy. She wants to break up Facebook, Google, and Amazon. It’s an idiotic idea for three reasons.
Knowing that her millennial base loves Apple, she leaves Apple off her explicit target list. It’s so politically calculating it’s funny.
Let’s start with why we need to ask this question: Trump is increasingly proving himself to be a President eager to overstep his authority. Just last week, Trump displayed his willingness to invoke unprecedented presidential power to declare a national emergency utterly without justification. This week has brought a startling report from the New York Times that, for the past two years, Trump has tried to undermine the investigations by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and other parts of the Justice Department in order to, in the words of the Times, “make the president’s many legal problems go away.” In light of these overreaching assertions of his own authority, it’s at least plausible that Trump might attempt to cling to power in ways previously unimaginable by an American president.
Michelle Obama has a secret dream to get back to the White House, and Rush Limbaugh just shocked the Obama camp yesterday when he exposed the entire plan. In fact, the conservative firebrand busted the former first lady’s secret dream wide open as he declared Barack and Michelle never had any intention of leaving Washington, D.C.
Schultz has ruffled feathers among Democrats after he announced that he was seriously considering an independent run in 2020, which many critics believe will aid President Donald Trump’s reelection.
Democrats running for president in 2020 haven’t commented on the Virginia abortion bill, but most of them have effectively already told us where they stand, because they have cosponsored the Women’s Health Protection Act, federal legislation that would override state restrictions on third-trimester abortions.
Obviously worried that his candidacy could strip votes away from the Democrat Party’s eventual nominee, ‘progressives’ are threatening to boycott Starbucks coffee shops until the chain’s former CEO, Howard Schultz, abandons his bid for the White House.
The establishment media are warning Democrats there will be a racial and gender test in 2020 and hell to pay if the Party nominates white males.
Legendary rocker Bruce Springsteen has gone full Michael Moore in his predictions about the 2020 election. In an interview with The Sunday Times published this week, the iconic performer said he doesn’t see “anyone out there at the moment” — man or woman — who’s got a shot to take down President Trump.
Liberal activist and filmmaker Michael Moore on Wednesday said President Donald Trump is a “tumor” on the political system but predicted he will hold onto the White House in 2020 if Democrats don’t run a “beloved American” or non-politician.
Every woman touted as a Democratic 2020 candidate would beat President Donald Trump if the election was held today, an Axios poll has found.
Just something to keep in mind as we watch the elections today.
On Monday night, President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign announced that it had raised in excess of $18 million over the past three months, a haul that means the incumbent has already raised $106 million for a race that is more than two years away.
Warren, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, is running for re-election in November against GOP state Rep. Geoff Diehl, who was co-chairman of Trump’s 2016 Massachusetts campaign.
Like every presidential election that liberals lose, years later we’re still hearing about how unfair it all was. Of course, the favorite complaint of liberals this time around is “Russia did it!” Even if you accept for the sake of argument that Russia wanted Trump to win and hacked John Podesta’s email (and neither of those assertions may be true), buying some inconsequential Facebook ads for both sides and revealing the contents of John Podesta’s emails (none of which turned into truly major stories) wasn’t exactly a game changer.
After many months of speculation, White House correspondent and CNN contributor April Ryan has revealed on Twitter that Eric Holder, Barack Obama’s former attorney general, might run for president in 2020.
Hillary has a highly plausible path to the Democratic Party nomination, something no other potential Democrat candidate for president can say. In the primaries, Hillary Clinton’s name recognition and loyal voters would earn her an easy 25% of the vote, while the anti-Hillary vote would split among as many as ten other candidates at about 5-10% each. This is not dissimilar to what Trump accomplished on the Republican side in 2016. With a solid base of supporters, Trump was able to win primary after primary while the others split the vote. Each time someone dropped out, Trump picked up about half of his supporters, with the other half disbursed among the other candidates. This is a realistic path for Hillary to gain the Democrat nomination, and it is no doubt irresistible to her.