By Jon Becker | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: April 26, 2019 at 12:45 pm | UPDATED: April 27, 2019 at 5:26 am Take Our Poll By grabbing Nick Bosa with the second pick of the NFL draft, the 49ers got a man most agree should disrupt opponents’ quarterbacks and backfields for years to come. But is there a chance Bosa will also become a disruptive force within the team’s fanbase or even its locker room because of his political beliefs? BOSA TO BAY AREA MEDIA: Sorry for Colin Kaepernick ‘clown’ comment Bosa hasn’t hidden his right-leaning political views and fervent support of President Donald Trump, but before the draft he did delete a number of controversial social media posts from when he was a teenager that included racial tones. “I had to,” Bosa told ESPN before the draft. “There is a chance I might end up in San Francisco.” Among the items deleted were a Bosa tweet calling then-49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick … [Read more...] about Will Nick Bosa’s political views become an issue for 49ers?
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By Brittany De Lea Published January 28, 2019 Business Leaders FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz' potential independent 2020 presidential bid a problem for Democrats? Unite America Executive Director Nick Troiano on the potential political impact if former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz runs for president in 2020 as an independent. Former Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz announced he is mulling a 2020 presidential bid as an independent over the weekend, drawing the attention of the current president on Monday morning — someone whom Schultz has been critical of in the past. Continue Reading Below During an interview with CBS, Schultz said Trump was “not qualified” to be president. MORE FROM FOXBUSINESS.COM... PELOSI TRYING TO HOLD STATE OF THE UNION 'HOSTAGE,' REP. SCALISE SAYS HOWARD SCHULTZ SLAMS DONALD TRUMP AS 'NOT QUALIFIED' TO BE PRESIDENT While … [Read more...] about Howard Schultz mulls 2020 run: A look at ex-Starbucks chief’s political views
Cards Against Humanity recently conducted a series of political surveys, which have been shared exclusively with Business Insider. The findings highlight some of the hilarious, yet troubling inconsistencies in Americans’ political views, both on the Democratic and Republican side. Below are the Top 10 findings from Cards Against Humanity’s Pulse of the Nation. Cards Against Humanity – the game millennials love to play, just not always with their parents – conducted a series of political surveys over the past year and a half, which have been shared exclusively with Business Insider. Dubbed “Pulse of the Nation Poll,” the findings highlight some of the hilarious, yet troubling inconsistencies in Americans’ political views, both on the Democratic and Republican side. For instance, take liberals who think it’s fair for Hollywood actors to make millions of dollars for the films in which they star. According to the Pulse of the Nation … [Read more...] about Cards Against Humanity survey shows how absurdly inconsistent Americans can be with their political views
By Antonia Noori Farzan The Washington Post Fri., Jan. 18, 2019 It happens like clockwork: U.S. President Donald Trump logs on to his favourite social media site and starts tweeting. Immediately, Twitter co-founder and chief executive Jack Dorsey is flooded with responses begging him to deactivate Trump’s account — a request that has been echoed by at least one high-ranking Democratic politician and countless opinion columnists. But would anything that Trump posts on Twitter ever actually get him — or one of his tweets — removed from the site? Dorsey dodged the question in a Thursday interview with HuffPost, refusing to even clarify whether a call to murder journalists would hypothetically get Trump kicked off the platform. The extensive conversation between Dorsey and HuffPost’s Ashley Feinberg covered topics ranging from the site’s ongoing problems with hate speech and harassment to the persistent rumour that he had the rapper … [Read more...] about Would calling for murder get Trump banned from Twitter? CEO Jack Dorsey won’t say
Eric Tucker, Associated Press Updated 8:08 am PST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Attorney General nominee William Barr speaks before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. Barr will face questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday about his relationship with Trump, his views on executive powers and whether he can fairly oversee the special counsel's Russia investigation. Barr served as attorney general under George H.W. Bush. less Attorney General nominee William Barr speaks before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. Barr will face questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday ... more Photo: Carolyn Kaster, AP Photo: Carolyn Kaster, AP Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close … [Read more...] about Trump’s AG nominee defends memo criticizing Mueller probe