Why shouldn’t there be a Yelp-like app for Trump-supporting diners?

Its easy to mock a service for conservatives seeking restaurants safe from politics, but entrepreneurial spirit is to be applauded Cant a Trump supporter find a quiet place to eat dinner nowadays? Geez! Across the country, people who openly display their support of the president usually via some type of Make America Great Again clothing are getting harassed in public restaurants and other places of business. Thank goodness a clever entrepreneur has come up with a solution: its called told companys website is temporarily unavailable in the Google and Apple stores (possibly due to downloaded elsewhere online if you choose to take the risk is just a very simplified version of Yelp. Users are asked four simple questions that have …

How Americas food giants swallowed the family farms

Across the midwest, the rise of factory farming is destroying rural communities. And the massive corporations behind this devastation are now eyeing a post-Brexit UK market When the vast expanse of rural Iowa was carved up for settlers in the 19th century, it was often divided into 160-acre lots. Four farms made a square mile, with a crisscross of dead-straight roads marking the boundaries like a sprawling chess board. Within each square, generations of families tended pigs and cattle, grew oats and raised children, with the sons most likely to take over the farm. That is how Barb Kalbach saw the future when she left her familys land to marry and begin farming with her new husband, Jim, 47 years …