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For readers of Hillbilly Elegy and Strangers in Their Own Land*A New York Post Must-Read Book**A Newsweek Best New Book**One of The Week's 20 Books to Read in 2017**One of Bustle's 16 Best Nonfiction Books Coming in February 2017**Best Non-Fiction/2017 Books by the Banks*The Wall Street Journal: "A devastating portrait...For anyone wondering why swing-state America voted against the establishment in 2016, Mr. Alexander supplies plenty of answers." Laura Miller, Slate: "This book hunts bigger game. Reads like an odd?and oddly satisfying?fusion of George Packer?s The Unwinding and one of Michael Lewis? real-life financial thrillers."The New Yorker : "Does a remarkable job." Beth Macy, author of Factory Man: "This book should be required reading for people trying to understand Trumpism, inequality, and the sad state of a needlessly wrecked rural America. I wish I had written it." In 1947, Forbes magazine declared Lancaster, Ohio the epitome of the all-American town. Today it is damaged, discouraged, and fighting for its future. In Glass House, journalist Brian Alexander uses the story of one town to show how seeds sown 35 years ago have sprouted to give us Trumpism, inequality, and an eroding national cohesion.The Anchor Hocking Glass Company, once the world?s largest maker of glass tableware, was the base on which Lancaster?s society was built. As Glass House unfolds, bankruptcy looms. With access to the company and its leaders, and Lancaster?s citizens, Alexander shows how financial engineering took hold in the 1980s, accelerated in the 21st Century, and wrecked the company. We follow CEO Sam Solomon, an African-American leading the nearly all-white town?s biggest private employer, as he tries to rescue the company from the New York private equity firm that hired him. Meanwhile, Alexander goes behind the scenes, entwined with the lives of residents as they wrestle with heroin, politics, high-interest lenders, low wage jobs, technology, and the new demands of American life: people like Brian Gossett, the fourth generation to work at Anchor Hocking; Joe Piccolo, first-time director of the annual music festival who discovers the town relies on him, and it, for salvation; Jason Roach, who police believed may have been Lancaster?s biggest drug dealer; and Eric Brown, a local football hero-turned-cop who comes to realize that he can never arrest Lancaster?s real problems.
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For readers of Hillbilly Elegy and Strangers in Their Own Land*A New York Post Must-Read Book**A Newsweek Best New Book**One of The Week's 20 Books to Read in 2017**One of Bustle's 16 Best Nonfiction Books Coming in February 2017**Best Non-Fiction/2017 Books by the Banks*The Wall Street Journal: "A devastating portrait...For anyone wondering why swing-state America voted against the establishment in 2016, Mr. Alexander supplies plenty of answers." Laura Miller, Slate: "This book hunts bigger game. Reads like an odd?and oddly satisfying?fusion of George Packer?s The Unwinding and one of Michael Lewis? real-life financial thrillers."The New Yorker : "Does a remarkable job." Beth Macy, author of Factory Man: "This book should be required reading for people trying to understand Trumpism, inequality, and the sad state of a needlessly wrecked rural America. I wish I had written it." In 1947, Forbes magazine declared Lancaster, Ohio the epitome of the all-American town. Today it is damaged, discouraged, and fighting for its future. In Glass House, journalist Brian Alexander uses the story of one town to show how seeds sown 35 years ago have sprouted to give us Trumpism, inequality, and an eroding national cohesion.The Anchor Hocking Glass Company, once the world?s largest maker of glass tableware, was the base on which Lancaster?s society was built. As Glass House unfolds, bankruptcy looms. With access to the company and its leaders, and Lancaster?s citizens, Alexander shows how financial engineering took hold in the 1980s, accelerated in the 21st Century, and wrecked the company. We follow CEO Sam Solomon, an African-American leading the nearly all-white town?s biggest private employer, as he tries to rescue the company from the New York private equity firm that hired him. Meanwhile, Alexander goes behind the scenes, entwined with the lives of residents as they wrestle with heroin, politics, high-interest lenders, low wage jobs, technology, and the new demands of American life: people like Brian Gossett, the fourth generation to work at Anchor Hocking; Joe Piccolo, first-time director of the annual music festival who discovers the town relies on him, and it, for salvation; Jason Roach, who police believed may have been Lancaster?s biggest drug dealer; and Eric Brown, a local football hero-turned-cop who comes to realize that he can never arrest Lancaster?s real problems.
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For readers of Hillbilly Elegy and Strangers in Their Own Land*A New York Post Must-Read Book**A Newsweek Best New Book**One of The Week's 20 Books to Read in 2017**One of Bustle's 16 Best Nonfiction Books Coming in February 2017**Best Non-Fiction/2017 Books by the Banks*The Wall Street Journal: "A devastating portrait...For anyone wondering why swing-state America voted against the establishment in 2016, Mr. Alexander supplies plenty of answers." Laura Miller, Slate: "This book hunts bigger game. Reads like an odd?and oddly satisfying?fusion of George Packer?s The Unwinding and one of Michael Lewis? real-life financial thrillers."The New Yorker : "Does a remarkable job." Beth Macy, author of Factory Man: "This book should be required reading for people trying to understand Trumpism, inequality, and the sad state of a needlessly wrecked rural America. I wish I had written it." In 1947, Forbes magazine declared Lancaster, Ohio the epitome of the all-American town. Today it is damaged, discouraged, and fighting for its future. In Glass House, journalist Brian Alexander uses the story of one town to show how seeds sown 35 years ago have sprouted to give us Trumpism, inequality, and an eroding national cohesion.The Anchor Hocking Glass Company, once the world?s largest maker of glass tableware, was the base on which Lancaster?s society was built. As Glass House unfolds, bankruptcy looms. With access to the company and its leaders, and Lancaster?s citizens, Alexander shows how financial engineering took hold in the 1980s, accelerated in the 21st Century, and wrecked the company. We follow CEO Sam Solomon, an African-American leading the nearly all-white town?s biggest private employer, as he tries to rescue the company from the New York private equity firm that hired him. Meanwhile, Alexander goes behind the scenes, entwined with the lives of residents as they wrestle with heroin, politics, high-interest lenders, low wage jobs, technology, and the new demands of American life: people like Brian Gossett, the fourth generation to work at Anchor Hocking; Joe Piccolo, first-time director of the annual music festival who discovers the town relies on him, and it, for salvation; Jason Roach, who police believed may have been Lancaster?s biggest drug dealer; and Eric Brown, a local football hero-turned-cop who comes to realize that he can never arrest Lancaster?s real problems.
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For readers of Hillbilly Elegy and Strangers in Their Own Land*A New York Post Must-Read Book**A Newsweek Best New Book**One of The Week's 20 Books to Read in 2017**One of Bustle's 16 Best Nonfiction Books Coming in February 2017**Best Non-Fiction/2017 Books by the Banks*The Wall Street Journal: "A devastating portrait...For anyone wondering why swing-state America voted against the establishment in 2016, Mr. Alexander supplies plenty of answers." Laura Miller, Slate: "This book hunts bigger game. Reads like an odd?and oddly satisfying?fusion of George Packer?s The Unwinding and one of Michael Lewis? real-life financial thrillers."The New Yorker : "Does a remarkable job." Beth Macy, author of Factory Man: "This book should be required reading for people trying to understand Trumpism, inequality, and the sad state of a needlessly wrecked rural America. I wish I had written it." In 1947, Forbes magazine declared Lancaster, Ohio the epitome of the all-American town. Today it is damaged, discouraged, and fighting for its future. In Glass House, journalist Brian Alexander uses the story of one town to show how seeds sown 35 years ago have sprouted to give us Trumpism, inequality, and an eroding national cohesion.The Anchor Hocking Glass Company, once the world?s largest maker of glass tableware, was the base on which Lancaster?s society was built. As Glass House unfolds, bankruptcy looms. With access to the company and its leaders, and Lancaster?s citizens, Alexander shows how financial engineering took hold in the 1980s, accelerated in the 21st Century, and wrecked the company. We follow CEO Sam Solomon, an African-American leading the nearly all-white town?s biggest private employer, as he tries to rescue the company from the New York private equity firm that hired him. Meanwhile, Alexander goes behind the scenes, entwined with the lives of residents as they wrestle with heroin, politics, high-interest lenders, low wage jobs, technology, and the new demands of American life: people like Brian Gossett, the fourth generation to work at Anchor Hocking; Joe Piccolo, first-time director of the annual music festival who discovers the town relies on him, and it, for salvation; Jason Roach, who police believed may have been Lancaster?s biggest drug dealer; and Eric Brown, a local football hero-turned-cop who comes to realize that he can never arrest Lancaster?s real problems.
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Trump vs Kelly – Female Pastor Packing Heat

Presidential candidate Donald Trump has rekindled a feud with Fox News host Megyn Kelly, criticizing her in a series of messages when she returned to her show from vacation.

The business tycoon reposted another user’s message on his Twitter account Monday night that said ‘The bimbo back in town. I hope not for long.”‘

A barrage of tweets and retweets seemed to signal an end to the ceasefire of Trump towards Kelly, who the Republican had previously criticized as being unfair to him in the party’s first debate earlier this month.

He told CNN that she had ‘blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever’ during the debate in Cleveland, which many interpreted as a veiled referenced to menstruation.

Trump later said that he was trying to say that blood was coming out of her nose or ears, and that only a ‘deviant’ would think otherwise.

Similar to Monday’s messages, Trump also reposted a Twitter user saying that Kelly was a ‘bimbo’ in the aftermath of the debate.

In several interviews after the remarks he also said that he ‘cherishes’ women and would do more for them than other candidates.

A firestorm around the comments died down as early August progressed, when the Apprentice star and Fox News chairman Roger Ailes reportedly ‘made up’ and Trump said that the network would cover him ‘fairly’.

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Female Pastor Packs Heat

Recent shootings across the country have reopened the longstanding debate over gun control, and now one Charlotte pastor says she plans to arm herself.

The Rev. Brenda Stevenson is the lead pastor of New Outreach Christian Church in North Charlotte. It’s a small congregation that is about to make a big statement.

“We know God is with us; we just want to get those two new members,” Stevenson said.

Stevenson told Channel 9 those two new members theoretically speaking are Smith & Wesson, a firearms manufacturer.

The pastor purchased a firearm and plans to keep it near the pulpit once she’s received a concealed-carry permit.

“We just want to make sure that people can come to church and serve God without being afraid,” Stevenson said.

Stevenson’s congregation has welcomed the idea and several members said they intend to get their carry-conceal weapon permit and provide security during church services.

“It’s just so much is going on in this world,” Stevenson said.

Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/news/local/article31184372.html#storylink=cpy

Ontario Debt more than California

With twice the debt of California, Ontario is now the world’s most indebted sub-sovereign borrower

Ontario, the world’s most indebted sub-sovereign borrower, is ploughing ahead with Canada’s most ambitious infrastructure plan — risking the censure of Standard & Poor’s and underperformance for its $307 billion of bonds.

The nation’s most-populous province is keeping a goal of spending $130 billion over the next decade on work such as roads and mass transit in Toronto even after S&P dropped its credit grade this month to the lowest level ever. Yield spreads on some of the province’s debt reached the widest since January after the ratings move.

Ontario, with about 13.7 million residents, wants to carry out some of the projects using public-private partnerships, or P3s, an approach it used to build the athlete’s village for this month’s Pan Am Games in Toronto. While bringing in the private sector may reduce risk or speed up work, Ontario would still have to borrow for the financing.

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Jennifer Granholm, a former two-term governor of Michigan, used Thursday night's Democratic National Convention stage as an apparent opportunity to audition for Saturday Night Live . Or at least, that's what the string of strange, confusing and problematic impressions that made up her remarks would have viewers believe. Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm just did way too many impressions #DemsInPhilly #DemConventionpic.twitter.com/rPx4EQQM6A The speech started out OK. "Imagine Donald Trump 's version of the Constitution," Granholm said. "I, the person, in order to form a more perfect union..." But then the speech went off the rails when she broke into song, adapting a civil rights movement credo by belting out "I shall overcome" — a decidedly bad look for a white woman. Then came the impressions. "Ask not what I can do for my country, ask what my country can do for me," she said, in a mock baritone. "Donald, you're so vain, you probably think this speech is about you," Granholm said, referencing a Carly Simon song. Isn't it about him, though? Twitter had some thoughts about Granholm's speech: Jennifer Granholm's speech is one set of jazz hands away from being a cabaret act. -H #DemsInPhilly I want to get trashed with Jennifer Granholm Give America a shot of whatever Jennifer Granholm drinks before these things. If Tim Kaine is your nice dad, then Jennifer Granholm is your weird mom who tries just so hard to be hip and jiggy wit it. #loveit Can we all just take a moment to appreciate that Jennifer Granholm just low-key quoted Lilo & Stich #DemsInPhilly Between her manic corny energy and terrible impressions Jennifer Granholm and Tim Kaine could be long lost twins Read more: • Tim Kaine Makes His Entrance as America's Dad (And, If America Behaves, Maybe Its Next VP) • The 5 Most Devastating Burns in Michael Bloomberg's Trump Takedown • The Ultimate Proof That Obama's DNC Speech Was Epic AF? Republicans Loved It, Too
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Jennifer Granholm, a former two-term governor of Michigan, used Thursday night's Democratic National Convention stage as an apparent opportunity to audition for Saturday Night Live . Or at least, that's what the string of strange, confusing and problematic impressions that made up her remarks would have viewers believe. Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm just did way too many impressions #DemsInPhilly #DemConventionpic.twitter.com/rPx4EQQM6A The speech started out OK. "Imagine Donald Trump 's version of the Constitution," Granholm said. "I, the person, in order to form a more perfect union..." But then the speech went off the rails when she broke into song, adapting a civil rights movement credo by belting out "I shall overcome" — a decidedly bad look for a white woman. Then came the impressions. "Ask not what I can do for my country, ask what my country can do for me," she said, in a mock baritone. "Donald, you're so vain, you probably think this speech is about you," Granholm said, referencing a Carly Simon song. Isn't it about him, though? Twitter had some thoughts about Granholm's speech: Jennifer Granholm's speech is one set of jazz hands away from being a cabaret act. -H #DemsInPhilly I want to get trashed with Jennifer Granholm Give America a shot of whatever Jennifer Granholm drinks before these things. If Tim Kaine is your nice dad, then Jennifer Granholm is your weird mom who tries just so hard to be hip and jiggy wit it. #loveit Can we all just take a moment to appreciate that Jennifer Granholm just low-key quoted Lilo & Stich #DemsInPhilly Between her manic corny energy and terrible impressions Jennifer Granholm and Tim Kaine could be long lost twins Read more: • Tim Kaine Makes His Entrance as America's Dad (And, If America Behaves, Maybe Its Next VP) • The 5 Most Devastating Burns in Michael Bloomberg's Trump Takedown • The Ultimate Proof That Obama's DNC Speech Was Epic AF? Republicans Loved It, Too
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Story highlights Jeb Bush is suspending his campaign for the Republican nomination Columbia, South Carolina (CNN) Haunted by his famous last name and perpetually stuck in the shadows of his anti-establishment rivals, Jeb Bush repeatedly confronted rejection by voters and frustrating setbacks throughout the 2016 presidential race. In South Carolina Saturday night Bush suspended his White House campaign and acknowledged a painful reality: The country was not interested in a third President Bush. Bush's disappointing finish in the Palmetto State became the final straw for his floundering campaign. The end was all the more personal because the former Florida governor had poured his energy into the state, invoking his family's political legacy at one campaign stop after another and facing down voters who questioned his campaign strategy. As they zigzagged the state, Bush and his surrogates reminded voters that the Bush clan is popular -- even beloved -- in South Carolina. It gave important primary victories to Bush's father and brother, and George W. Bush remains very popular among Republicans here. But at his primary night party at a hotel ballroom in Columbia, an emotional Bush acknowledged that there was nothing more he could do. "The people of Iowa and New Hampshire and South Carolina have spoken and I really respect their decision, so tonight I am suspending my campaign," Bush said, as the audience gasped. READ: Donald Trump wins South Carolina Bush, who turned 63 earlier this month, kicked off his candidacy last June as the front-runner in a crowded field of candidates. His brand was to be the candidate that Republicans thought they needed after Mitt Romney's 2012 loss: an experienced governor from a swing state who could help expand the GOP base by appealing to Latinos and craft a narrative of a more compassionate GOP. Bush's mantra was to be the "joyful" candidate. But Donald Trump stood in his way. Trump's campaign started as an unexpected sideshow in the eyes of many establishment Republicans. The New Yorker labeled undocumented immigrants "rapists" in his announcement speech and boasted that he didn't care to be politically correct. Trump quickly started to gain traction, and within weeks of Bush's announcement, he had taken the lead and run away with it. His surge revealed a Republican electorate that was more angry than joyful. The intensity of these emotions surprised the Washington political class and upended the GOP presidential race. Against this backdrop, Bush increasingly appeared to be a misfit. And it didn't help that Bush often seemed uncomfortable on television and on the debate stage. But at his countless town halls, where Bush was more comfortable and loose, voters routinely walked away surprised at the depth of his knowledge and the energy he showed in person. His campaign briefly hired a media coach, and Bush became more disciplined in his on-camera appearances. Meanwhile his super PAC, Right to Rise USA, trained most of its fire on rivals like Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Ohio Gov. John Kaisch and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as it became clear that Bush's biggest hope would come in a New Hampshire top-tier finish. Replay More Videos ... MUST WATCH Jeb Bush suspends campaign: What went wrong? 01:51 After a poor showing in the Granite State, the former Florida governor knew better than anyone just how much was at stake in South Carolina. The results here will send a powerful signal about who in the GOP field has staying power, as well as the momentum to take on billionaire businessman Donald Trump and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. Rubio beat Bush on Saturday, helped by the last-minute endorsement of South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. Former GOP presidential candidate Pat Buchanan, who challenged President George H. W. Bush in the 1992 primaries, said Saturday before the votes came in that a South Carolina rejection of Bush would signal the "end of the Bush dynasty and the end of Bush Republicanism." "If you add a part of the Cruz vote to the Trump vote, this is a repudiation of everything the Beltway Republican Party has stood for," Buchanan told CNN's Michael Smerconish. Bush's campaign in the Palmetto State was an all-hands-on-deck family affair. Former President George W. Bush campaigned for his brother in Greenville on Monday, stepping into the national political spotlight for the first time since leaving the White House in 2009. In a speech heavy on national security, the 43rd president warned voters that the 2016 campaign was a "serious election for a serious job." "We do not need someone in the Oval Office who mirrors and inflames our anger and frustration," Bush said, taking a clear swipe at Trump. "We need someone that can fix the problems that cause our anger and frustration, and that's Jeb Bush." Their mother, Barbara Bush, also hit the stump, coming to South Carolina on...
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The loyalties of White House chief strategist Steve Bannon are being questioned in a recent Wall Street editorial board op-ed which blames him for turmoil in the administration as well as for recent attacks on national security adviser H.R. McMaster.

The loyalties of White House chief strategist Steve Bannon are being questioned in a recent Wall Street Journal editorial board op-ed which blames him for turmoil in the administration as well as for recent attacks on national security adviser H.R. McMaster. 
The column says “...rather than question the general’s loyalties, perhaps [chief of staff John] Kelly should question Mr. Bannon’s. The former Breitbart publisher has been a White House survivor, but his warring habits have also been responsible for much of the White House dysfunction.” 
The board also claims that Bannon’s “alt-right brigades” have “decided to assail the general as insufficiently pro-Israel and not hostile enough to Islamic State, among other calumnies.” 
Several news outlets have reported on the conflict between the two men which seems to have stemmed, at least in part, from McMaster’s dismissal of some NSC, or National Security Council, officials who either had a relationship with Bannon or didn’t follow NSC protocols.
According to The Atlantic, “McMaster’s show of force has set off alarm bells among Bannon allies in the pro-Trump media sphere, who favored [Michael] Flynn [whom he replaced] and regard the national-security adviser as a globalist interloper.” 
The two are also said to vehemently disagree about issues like the U.S.’s role in Afghanistan. 
Adding to the friction are reports from conservative sites like Breitbart, which Bannon used to run, Fox News, and others, which have questioned McMasters’ decisions and motivations. 
In fact, a Politico report from last week says, based on inside sources, that “McMaster fumes that he believes Bannon is responsible for leaking negative information about him to the news media.”
And MSNBC host Joe Scarborough agreed with the general’s suspicions, tweeting, “Anonymous=Steve Bannon. It's sad really how much he hates an American patriot like General McMaster who has proudly served for so long.” 
Perhaps in response to the attacks, President Trump recently spoke out in support, saying, “General McMaster and I are working very well together. He is a good man and very pro-Israel. I am grateful for the work he continues to do serving our country.”
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