[ad_1] Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman Charlie Munger lauded Vermont Sen Bernie Sanders as the victor in the fight against income inequality in the US. Munger joined billionaire Warren Buffett for Berkshire’s annual meeting on Saturday when he made the remarks. ‘With everything boomed
[ad_1] He’s sent rocket ships into space, revolutionized the auto industry, and wants to power the world with solar power: but judging from his first foray into comedy, Elon Musk shouldn’t give up the day jobs just yet. Musk, 49, is hosting
[ad_1] Saturday Night Live cast members will not be forced to appear on next weekend’s show along side controversial host Elon Musk, it was reported on Friday, amid an outcry from some at the Tesla CEO being selected to host the show.
[ad_1] Several Saturday Night Live cast members have aimed sly digs at Elon Musk in their Instagram stories, expressing annoyance that the CEO and ‘Technoking’ of Tesla has been selected to host the show next month. After SNL announced on Saturday that
[ad_1] Bernie Sanders introduces bill to make college FREE for millions of Americans and will fund it using a tax on Wall Street Bill is modeled on plan Sanders worked out with Biden during the campaign Sanders says it would ‘end the
[ad_1] Amazon recruited a Twitter army code-named ‘Veritas’ picked for their ‘sense of humor’ to troll critics like Bernie Sanders and defend Jeff Bezos The ‘army’ is made of ambassadors who go online to defend the company It began in 2018 but
[ad_1] An aggressive series of tweets sent from Amazon’s corporate account against two of the Senate’s most liberal members and frequent critics of the retail giant were ordered from the very top: company founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. Amazon went after Sens.
[ad_1] Amazon shot back at criticism from Rep. Mark Pocan on Wednesday in usually strident terms after the Democrat from Wisconsin claimed the company was busting a union and forced workers to urinate in bottles. Ahead of a visit from Senator Bernie
[ad_1] Former President Donald Trump has received some free speech support from an unusual source – Bernie Sanders. The independent U.S. senator from Vermont said in a new podcast interview that he does not feel ‘particularly comfortable’ with Twitter’s permanent ban on Trump,
[ad_1] Democrats continue to quarrel over $15 minimum wage as Chuck Schumer calls in Bernie Sanders and Joe Manchin with no progress as moderates hold out for smaller hike Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer convened Democratic factions in his Senate leadership office