close Video Youtube censors Steven Crowder; has censorship gone too far? Youtube says Crowder engaged in 'egregious actions that harmed the broader community'; The Intercept co-founding editor Glenn Greenwald reacts on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.' This is a rush transcript from "Tucker Carlson Tonight," June 6, 2019. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. TUCKER CARLSON, HOST: Good evening and welcome to “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” Every President since George Washington has faced political opposition, every single one of them. And that's the point of our system. Democracies are built on debate and competing ideas. If you find a political leader who seems universally loved, what you found is a dictatorship. Nobody criticized Ceausescu, nobody dared. So as a matter of principle, there is nothing wrong with opposing Donald Trump and his policies. Dissent is patriotic. But that's not what has been happening for the past two and a half years. … [Read more...] about Youtube censors Steven Crowder; has censorship gone too far?
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More than 20 hours and 200 cups of coffee went into finding the best coffee grinders on the market. More than 20 hours and 200 cups of coffee went into finding the best coffee grinders on the market. Photo: BestProducts.com Photo: BestProducts.com Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 More than 20 hours and 200 cups of coffee went into finding the best coffee grinders on the market. More than 20 hours and 200 cups of coffee went into finding the best coffee grinders on the market. Photo: BestProducts.com The best coffee grinders 1 / 1 Back to Gallery It's no mystery that the editors here at BestProducts.com are just a little bit coffee-obsessed. From delicious cold brew to the best coffee … [Read more...] about The best coffee grinders
Salesforce! Photo: Michael Lee/Getty Images In the past decade, businesses that lurk in the ether have had a profoundly concrete impact on cities — a few of them, anyway. In San Francisco, tech companies have made every patch of dirt and square foot of flooring an ultraluxury commodity. They’ve reshaped the skyline, transformed streets, boosted homelessness, and shifted commuting patterns. One offspring from this marriage of software and hard steel is the Transbay district, a frictionless, caffeinated neighborhood of fast elevators and lush plants that fans out from a new bus station designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli. What started out as the Transbay Transit Center now bears the name of an especially vaporous entity: Salesforce, a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) specialist in customer-relationship management (CRM). (I’m not really sure what happens when you toss all those terms into a pot and stir, but it seems to produce some moneymaking fumes.) This was … [Read more...] about A Transit Hub for an All-Corporate-Sponsored San Francisco Future
Maybe you want to look great for that holiday family photo or get an early start on your New Year resolution. Either way, you want to feel better and healthier during the "most wonderful time of the year." It is also one of the trickiest times of the year to maintain a healthy routine. It does not have to be. Here are a few tips from Patient First for a healthier holiday season. Pot Luck Potential Many holiday happenings are "bring-your-own-covered-dish." This is the easiest way to make sure there is something "diet friendly" at the party. Whip up something you love and can feel good about eating. You might even inspire a few friends to get a little healthier with your delicious dish. Brave the Elements Colder weather can be an easy excuse for not going outside and being active. As long as it is safe to be outside, bundle up and brave it. A quick walk in brisk temperatures is a great way to get some fresh air and stretch your legs. Sledding and snowball fights can burn calories, and … [Read more...] about Have a Healthier Holiday