Daily Clips: September 12th, 2016

Mosque where Florida nightclub shooter worshiped set on fire

Fed rate hike and Clinton concerns hit stocks hard

How sexism, like Matt Lauer’s, could imperil the nation:

When one candidate is constricted to answering repeated challenges to her on one topic for a third of her time on stage (and interrupted with reminders to shorten her answers), while the other is never challenged on his troubling recent behavior regarding matters of national security, the American people are being cheated.

Monopolies kill innovation: 

The bigness of business is a result of federal policy, which, in the past three decades, has deliberately made it easier for large companies to dominate their markets, provided that they keep prices down. After years of sluggish wage growth and low levels of entrepreneurship, some people are starting to worry that America’s biggest companies are growing at the expense of the economy, even if they offer consumers good deals.

Tweet of the day:

Nick Cassella

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