Using cash at the store or to pay for your morning coffee is on the way out in Britain. A new report from British industry analysts estimates that just one in five purchases in the U.K. will be made with cash by 2026, down from approximately two out of three purchases in 2006. Similar trends
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A growing number of companies are ending their relationship with members of the largest gun safety organization in the world sending a message that they blame 5 million National Rifle Association (NRA) members for the actions of a mentally disturbed teenager. The companies are cancelling discounts for NRA members which will oddly hurt the companies
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President Donald Trump released his fiscal year 2019 budget this week—and foreign-policy experts and prominent voices on Capitol Hill were quick to criticize the depth of his budget cuts. For the most part, Trump’s request for the Department of State and other international programs, including both base discretionary funding and supplementary funding through overseas contingency
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  by Tim Pearce The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Monday in a case that could devastate the membership of public-sector unions. Child support specialist for the Illinois Department of Healthcare Mark Janus sued the union that represents him over the constitutionality of compulsory dues subtracted from his paycheck every month. Janus
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President Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, said his suggestion of arming some teachers is an option worth discussing. Her comments came Sunday during an interview with NBC News while she was in South Korea to attend the closing ceremonies of the Olympics. They follow the 17 murders at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
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SAN ANTONIO — Deportation officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 145 criminal aliens and immigration violators in South and Central Texas during a seven-day enforcement action, which ended Feb. 16. During this operation, ERO deportation officers made arrests in the following Texas cities and towns:  Austin
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Michael Warren is on vacation this week, and Andrew Egger is filling in for him on White House Watch. Michael will be back in the saddle on March 12. A burgeoning White House conflict was partially defused last Friday, when President Trump told reporters that chief of staff John Kelly would make the final decision
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On Saturday, the United Nations Security Council adopted a “30-day ceasefire” for Syria to be implemented “without delay.” As we might have expected, that’s when the shelling started. The ceasefire didn’t apply to warfare conducted against rebel forces, including ISIS, and al-Qaeda affiliate Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (previously, Jabhat al-Nusra). An earlier draft of the resolution
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Sunday on “Fox & Friends,” Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) discussed the Democratic House Intelligence Committee FISA memo and declared the death of the media following its coverage of “this whole Russia fiasco.” “The one thing that’s clear in this whole Russia fiasco is that the media’s dead,” Nunes stated. He explained, “The media in this country, the fair
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More than 200 players have been voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Membership in the hall is a confirmation of baseball greatness, and when teams convene in late winter in warm climes to prepare for the new season, prospects who possess evident talent become subjects of fan enthusiasm, even speculation about how good, indeed
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As the 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) winds down, the mainstream media is admitting President Trump’s economic nationalist victory in taking over the conservative movement and thus, the Republican Party. In POLITICO Magazine, Tim Alberta notes how CPAC attendees booing down of ‘Never Trump’ National Review columnist Mona Charen after she criticized Trump and French
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Populist conservative icon Pat Buchanan has declared victory within the Republican Party, saying “The Bush party has become a Trump party” on the key issues of immigration, trade, and staying out of foreign wars. During the weekly show The McLaughlin Group, Buchanan—a pioneer of the economic nationalist movement—said the war within the “conservative movement” was
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NATIONAL HARBOR, MD – Nationally syndicated radio superstar Mark Levin joined SiriusXM hosts Matt Boyle and Amanda House at CPAC on Breitbart News Saturday, praising President Donald Trump’s actions for advancing conservatism, and making explosive statements about the Left, Obama and his administration, the media, guns, and Democrats’ plans to impeach the president. Levin was
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An intoxicated man having a bit too much fun on his birthday rode on horseback on a California freeway early Saturday morning, police said. California Highway Patrol officers told KABC that officials responded to a report of a man galloping on a white horse eastbound on the 91 Freeway from Paramount Boulevard to Downey Avenue. Officers
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President Donald Trump is pushing for his personal pilot to head the Federal Aviation Administration, but if John Dunkin gets the job, “it won’t be because he’s the president’s pilot,” a source told Axios. “John Dunkin isn’t just a pilot,” another administration official told Axios. “He’s managed airline and corporate flight departments, certified airlines from
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China’s Communist Party (CPC) proposed removing term limits on the office of the presidency Sunday, a move that will make it easier for Communist Party general secretary, Central Military Commission chairman, and President Xi Jinping to keep all three of those titles indefinitely. Chinese state news outlet Xinhua reported that the CPC Central Committee has introduced
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The House Intelligence Committee Democrats’ memo dropped Saturday afternoon, to much elation from the #Resistance. However, the 10-page memo—which was supposed to be a total takedown of the memo committee Republicans released last month exposing alleged FBI abuse—ended up confirming it instead. Not only did it fail to refute the Republican memo, but it raised
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Delivering a strikingly ominous message, The Blaze founder Glenn Beck, compared the U.S. political landscape of today to the polarized 1920s media in Germany. “I’m a student of history, and you can look to the 1960s for answers and you can look to the 1920s and 30s for the problems – and we are currently
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