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"Related stories:Trump’s comments marked his first public response after The Washington Post reported Sunday on Christine Blasey Ford’s accusation against Kavanaugh.Many GOP activists stood firmly by Kavanaugh amid the firestorm and prepared for a drawn-out battle over his nomination. in a deeper role, Doctors say that Rocha will make a full recovery after the wounds in his leg [email protected]” he said.S. wealthy people pay higher rates of income tax — in what’s known as a progressive tax system — in part to fund social programs for less affluent people Later in the interview Lashinksy asked Perkins for a “60-second idea to change the world” The venture capitalist’s response: “The Tom Perkins system is: You dont get to vote unless you pay a dollar of taxes But what I really think is it should be like a corporation You pay a million dollars in taxes you should get a million votes Hows that” (Video below see comments at 1:03:00) Perkins later elaborated on those comments to Fortune by saying that because 50% of registered US voters don’t pay taxes “we got ourselves into a mess” (MORE: The 6 Most Important Tech Bombshells Coming This Year) Perkins’ latest comments came three weeks after a letter he wrote to the Wall Street Journal provoked a furor “Writing from the epicenter of progressive thought San Francisco I would call attention to the parallels of fascist Nazi Germany to its war on its ‘one percent’ namely its Jews to the progressive war on the American one percent namely the ‘rich’” said Perkins “This is a very dangerous drift in our American thinking Kristallnacht was unthinkable in 1930; is its descendant ‘progressive’ radicalism unthinkable now” Kristallnacht also referred to as “Night of the Broken Glass” was an overnight pogrom in 1938 against Jews in Nazi Germany and parts of Austria during which at least 91 people were killed and 30000 more were sent to concentration camps Historians consider Kristallnacht to be a turning point in the Nazi campaign to exterminate Jews during what become known as the Holocaust in which an estimated six million Jews were killed Perkins would later retract his use of the term Kristallnacht to describe whats happening to the wealthiest Americans Perkins told Bloomberg that Kristallnacht was a “terrible word to have chosen” but said that his point was “when you start to use hatred against a minority it can get out of control Its absurd to demonize the rich for doing what the rich do and getting richer by creating opportunity for others” In the wake of Perkins’ comments Kleiner Perkins the firm he co-founded sent the following Tweet: “Tom Perkins has not been involved in KPCB in years We were shocked by his views expressed today in the WSJ and do not agree” In the interview on Thursday Perkins expressed disappointment at the company’s response “They could have chosen not to say anything but instead they threw me under the bus” said Perkins (He is still listed as Partner Emeritus on the firm’s website) Founded in 1972 Kleiner Perkins is one of the most famous venture capital firms in US history with past investments in a wide range of technology companies including Amazoncom Compaq Electronic Arts Genentech Google Intuit Juniper Networks Netscape Sun Microsystems Symantec Verisign WebMD Zynga and many others Contact us at [email protected] Tennessee coworkers at a metal manufacturing plant will split about $420 million from a Powerball jackpot according to the Associated Press The employees of North American Stamping Group claimed the $4209 million jackpot on Tuesday The cash value of the prize is worth $254 million which would be about $127 million before taxes per person Amy ONeal told The Tennessean that she didnt think the group would win even though theyve been playing the lotto for eight years "You never think youre going to win this lottery but you do it for fun" she said The ticket purchased by the group matched all six Powerball numbers that were drawn on Saturday and was sold in Lafayette Tennessee ONeal who bought the ticket for the group said they usually buy about $120 worth of tickets every Wednesday and Saturday to support education and the state of Tennessee She went to bed not thinking much about the Powerball jackpot at stake but woke the next morning to her husband and son telling her the winning ticket was purchased in Lafayette "They were shaking me and shaking me" she said recalling the moment "I went in and grabbed my tickets It was the third one I just started screaming I had to look again I thought I was in a dream" Kevin Southerland a group winner said he and a majority of his coworkers plan to keep working although others may resign "All these people have always had a heart to help people and be there for people" he said tearing up "We can do that if we dont have any money Now we can do more and help more Theres going to be a lot of people blessed" The jackpot is the second largest overall prize for the state The largest Powerball jackpot was $528 million won by a Munford Tennessee family in January This article originally appeared on Peoplecom Contact us at [email protected] Gilje an assistant professor at the Wharton School presented research findings that indicate "support for conservative interests rises after shale booms and Republican candidates gain votes nearly doubling the probability of incumbency changes" according to an abstract of a paper he co-authored While his research didn’t discuss differences in states experiencing those energy booms North Dakota was among the seven states included in the study"Essentially what we find is a uniform shift towards individual voters voting for more conservative candidates" Gilje said during a presentation Monday in Gamble Hall His research paper notes that "shale development is associated with 17 congressional seats changing control from Democrats to Republicans"Asked why Republican candidates seem to have benefited from recent energy development Gilje pointed to "high visibility" issues such as the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline"I think you look historically one party has a longer track record in general of favoring resource development" he saidGilje’s research argues that the "share of voters who switch from their self-reported Democratic Party affiliation to vote for the Republican candidate nearly doubles in congressional elections in areas with shale development" compared with other elections in the same state"In contrast there is little difference in Republicans voting for Democratic candidates" the paper reportsWhile there are a number of variables at in play including fluctuations in population in the western side of North Dakota it seems the state somewhat bears out the overall results of Gilje’s research said David Flynn chairman and professor in the department of economics and finance at UND’s College of Business and Public Administration"I think in general on a statewide basis I think it certainly has pushed the state a bit more conservative" he said Democrats had held all three seats in North Dakota’s congressional delegation until 2010 but now two of those seats are held by RepublicansStill Republicans have held majorities in both chambers of the North Dakota Legislature since 1994 well before the start of the state’s Bakken oil boom according to the National Conference of State Legislatures Senate Minority Leader Mac Schneider D-Grand Forks said Democrats in North Dakota are pro-energy development but also advocate for natural resource protections He also pointed out that Democrats have gained three seats in the state Senate since 2012The New Yorker reported Monday that then-national security adviser HR McMaster had talked Trump out of the idea which some White House officials were pushing last year in the wake of Trump’s assertion without evidence that Obama had ordered the wiretapping of Trump Tower during the 2016 election campaignLiving former presidents have access to intelligence briefings in part because they often continue to meet with foreign leaders and represent the United States"Fake News of which there is soooo much (this time the very tired New Yorker) falsely reported that I was going to take the extraordinary step of denying Intelligence Briefings to President Obama" Trump wrote on Twitter on Tuesday morning "Never discussed or thought of"The New Yorker report comes amid an uproar that has ensued since Trump last week revoked the security clearance of former CIA director John Brennan accusing him of speaking irresponsibly about national security issues on televisionTrump is now looking at revoking the clearances of other current and former national security and intelligence officials who have criticized him or played a role in the probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election an investigation that Trump routinely calls a "witch hunt"In a separate tweet Tuesday Trump speculated that former director of national intelligence James R Clapper Jr was "being nice" to him so that he would not lose his security clearanceClapper in fact has joined scores of other former intelligence officials in criticizing Trump for revoking Brennan’s clearance But Clapper has distanced himself from some of Brennan’s harsher criticism of TrumpBrennan for instance called Trump’s behavior at a summit last month with Russian President Vladimir Putin "nothing short of treasonous" And after his clearance was revoked last week Brennan penned an op-ed saying Trump’s denials of collusion between his campaign and Russia were "hogwash""John and his rhetoric have become an issue in and of itself" Clapper said on CNN’s "State of the Union" on Sunday "John is subtle like a freight train and he’s going to say what’s on his mind"In his tweet Tuesday Trump wrote: "Even James Clapper has admonished John Brennan for having gone totally off the rails Maybe Clapper is being nice to me so he doesn’t lose his Security Clearance for lying to Congress" In 2013 Clapper was asked during an open Senate Intelligence Committee hearing whether intelligence officials collect data on AmericansClapper responded "No sir" and "Not wittingly"He was later accused by some lawmakers of lying to Congress after a series of news reports based on leaks by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden showed that was not the caseClapper later said he had misinterpreted the question and made a mistake—This article was written by John Wagner a reporter for The Washington PostS. he had made the decision "never to teach Judaism again simply to affirm the groups identity. on Sept.

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