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Feeling the Heat? Here's How to Stay Cool Without Hiking Up Your Electric Bill

posted by Mark Myerson - 8.26.20

Soaring temperatures are bearable when you have air conditioning. Unfortunately, not every garage or office space is covered.

The EvaChill EV-500 Personal Air Conditioner solves this problem. Running on battery power, this tiny device creates a bubble of cool air wherever you need it, and for a limited time, it’s on sale for $79.99.

Sizzling heat has become a yearly event in many parts of the country, sometimes starting in spring and stretching deep into fall. If your space isn’t set up to properly fight the temps, you’ll be glad this gadget exists.

The EvaChill EV-500 offers a neat solution. Winner of the 2019 Red Dot Design Award, this tabletop device is capable of cooling a room to 59°F in just 10 minutes. To feel the effect, you simply place it down and hit the power switch. The air conditioner goes to work, pumping out cool air for up to nine hours on a full charge. 

At the same time, the EV-500 adds humidity to the environment and filters pollution. This makes breathing easier, particularly in very dry regions. As a result, running the EvaChill on your nightstand can significantly improve the quality of your sleep. It’s pretty quiet, and the soft blue lights make things even more relaxing.

This personal air conditioner retails for $99, but you can pick it up for just $79.99 with this sale.


EvaChill EV-500 Personal Air Conditioner – $79.99

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'WORST MAYOR EVER': New Poll Shows President Trump MORE POPULAR than Bill De Blasio in NY

posted by Hannity Staff - 6.11.19

A new poll released this week shows President Trump is more popular in ultra-liberal New York than Big Apple Mayor Bill de Blasio; topping the far-left leader by more than 5% throughout the state.

“This is an astounding stat. Bill de Blasio’s approval rating in New York is worse than Donald Trump’s approval rating in New York. de Blasio: 29% Trump: 34%,” posted a reporter from the New York Times.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio continues to poll at 0.00% in Iowa, with a new survey showing the far-left leader gaining zero votes out of 600 local Democrats.

“How do you process this information that not one single Iowa voter named you as a first or second choice in this new polling?” asked CNN’s Ana Cabrera.

“It’s a poll of 600 Iowans eight months before the caucuses. This is just the beginning of a very long process,” said de Blasio.

The horrible polling numbers come as “wealthy” millennials flee NYC due to housing costs, massive taxes, and burdensome business regulations.

Wealthy millennials are not interested in trying to make it in the city that never sleeps. In fact, according to a new study, they are actually leaving New York state altogether,” reports Fox Business. “Based on data provided by the IRS from the 2015 to 2016 tax year, a June 2019 SmartAsset study listed New York as the top state rich millennials are fleeing.”

According to the survey, “rich” millennials include those younger than 35 with an income of $100,000 or higher. Wealthy young Americans are also fleeing Illinois, Virginia, and Massachusetts.

“The Northeast isn’t popular with wealthy millennials,” noted the report. “Save for New Jersey, which made the top 10, the Northeast isn’t a popular destination for the wealthy under 35. Five of the bottom 10 states (Connecticut, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and New York), plus the District of Columbia, are located in the Northeastern region of the U.S.”

The populations of America’s three largest cities are “shrinking” for the first time in years as residents flee rising crime, congestion, massive taxes, and a lack of affordable housing.

“America’s largest cities are shrinking but a few in the Southwest are continuing to boom. Fort Worth, Texas, is now the 13th most populous U.S. city, surpassing both San Francisco and Columbus, Ohio, according to newly released population estimates from the Census Bureau,” reports Bloomberg.

“Besides Fort Worth, the fifteen most populous cities were largely unchanged from the prior year. However, the three largest U.S. cities, New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago, shrank last year,” adds the article.

‘ECONOMIC JUSTICE ACT’: Schumer Reveals $350 BILLION Plan to Fight ‘Systemic Racism’

posted by Hannity Staff - 7.16.20

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer unveiled his $350 billion plan to fight “systemic racism” in America Thursday; introducing new legislation called the ‘Economic Justice Act.’

“The Economic Justice Act calls for 10 major investments over the next five years to help communities of color with child care, health care, jobs programs, infrastructure improvements and housing assistance,” reports Fox News.

“Senate Democrats framed their proposal as a downpayment on calls to address systemic racism and economic disparities that have been spotlighted in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and death of George Floyd. There’s a growing movement underway for Congress to tackle the disparities through slavery reparations to African Americans,” adds Fox.

“Long before the pandemic, long before this recession, long before this year’s protests, structural inequalities have persisted in health care and housing, the economy and education,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.,  said in a statement. “COVID-19 has only magnified these injustices and we must confront them with lasting, meaningful solutions that tear down economic and social barriers, and reinvest in historically underserved communities. The Economic Justice Act is a needed step in a long journey to address systematic racism and historic underinvestment in communities of color.”

Read the full report at Fox News.

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