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Minimum-wage workers can't afford to rent a one-bedroom apartment, but the GOP thinks it's massive corporations that need an income boost

Minimum-wage workers can't afford to rent a one-bedroom apartment, but the GOP thinks it's massive corporations that need an income boost

God Responds To Trump Pastor Who Said God Supports Nuking North Korea

God Responds To Trump Pastor Who Said God Supports Nuking North Korea

Erik Prince, the notorious founder of the military contracting company formerly known as Blackwater, has been making the rounds of media outlets to promote his idea for privatizing the U.S. war in Afghanistan. Prince, whose company was renamed Academi, and who now chairs a Chinese-owned company named Frontier Services Group, is unabashedly vying for a lucrative Pentagon contract that would turn over military operations in Afghanistan to a private corporation.

Erik Prince, the notorious founder of the military contracting company formerly known as Blackwater, has been making the rounds of media outlets to promote his idea for privatizing the U.S. war in Afghanistan. Prince, whose company was renamed Academi, and who now chairs a Chinese-owned company named Frontier Services Group, is unabashedly vying for a lucrative Pentagon contract that would turn over military operations in Afghanistan to a private corporation.

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