Higher Costs Eating Nation’s Lunch Business

By Jeff Flores The lunchtime meal is being handed its own lunch – thanks to increased costs that are keeping workers eating at their desks instead of in restaurants. In 2016, Americans made 433 million fewer lunchtime trips to restaurants than in 2015, creating a $3.2 billion loss in revenue. Yet the population continues to

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California Dreamin’ – A Criminal’s Paradise

By: Rafael Dagnesses California lawmakers from Oakland and Los Angeles want to continue where the early release of prisoners left off: Ending California’s bail system so that those charged with a crime don’t have any incentive to appear in court. Under the banner of justice, poverty, equality and delusion, Oakland Assemblyman Rob Bonta (Democrat) and

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