Leave.EU morning update
Identity politics is having an identity crisis. Parading as a noble cause to elevate only one side of the hyphenated American, identity politics has always cultivated a mean streak, a vulnerable underbelly of hatred for the “other” it indiscriminately blames for prejudice against African Americans, Native Americans and any other culture perceived to be at the mercy of the white man.
“An entire generation, which is now becoming one of the largest electorates in America,” says Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., whose visibility as a spokesperson for this generation has been boosted by political friend and foe, “came of age and never saw American prosperity.”
President Trump announced his reelection campaign this week at a rally in Orlando, FL. Tea Partiers nationwide hosted MAGA meet-ups/watch parties Tuesday night, showing support for President Trump as he strives to Keep America Great. If you missed the campaign kickoff, be sure to watch it here and share it on social using the #LeadRight hashtag.
Hugo D’Ulisse, Director, Public Sector at SAS UK; “It’s unfortunately no surprise to hear that the Government is not making effective use of the data at its disposal. The public sector suffers from organisational silos, and the constant change-overs in authority make it difficult to build a strong, integrated approach to data storage, management and analysis.
Oskar Arreaza was born and raised in Venezuela. He loved his country. He worked hard, started a family, and was a successful, contributing member of society. Then, the socialist Chavistas were elected and took power. Eventually, they came for Oskar. After this, he knew his life and property were in danger. And so, he and his family fled Venezuela, the only home they had ever known.
Tea Party Patriots Action has captured Oskar’s personal socialism story in a short documentary-style video.1
ABC’s Jonathan Karl recently interviewed Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. Karl asked no question and did not call for a clarification when Ocasio-Cortez, presumably referring to the Mueller report, spoke about “the abundance of evidence, 10 counts of obstruction of justice, four with rock-solid evidence” against President Donald Trump. A “count” means a specific accusation of a crime. The Mueller report made no such accusation.
2.6 million skilled workers – 13% of middle class Brits – regularly miss bill payments due to not being paid on time
Almost FIVE MILLION UK freelance workers have had to turn to payday lenders due to unstable pay
A QUARTER of working Brits have to work two or more jobs to supplement their income and CANNOT afford weddings, home repairs or holidays
Today marks National Freelancers Day, celebrating the work that those who work flexibly do, and acknowledging the hardships that come with working as part of the the gig economy. With zero hour contracts accounting for two million people of the UK workforce, in 2016, it was reported to contribute £119 billion to the UK economy. Across Europe, freelance numbers have increased by 45% from just under 6.2 million to 8.9 million in 2013, making them the fastest growing group in the EU labour market.