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There exists a new upper class that’s completely disconnected from the average white American and American culture at large, argues Charles Murray, a libertarian political scientist and author.

Take this 25-question quiz, based on a similar one published in Murray’s 2012 book, “Coming Apart: The State of White America 1960-2010,” to find out just how thick your bubble is.

If you grew up in a working-class neighborhood, you are going to have a high score even if you are now an investment banker living on Park Avenue. Your present life may be completely encased in the bubble, but you brought a lot of experience into the bubble that will always be part of your understanding of the world.

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On the campaign trail, the rhetoric was passionate. So, now that Mr Trump is in the Oval Office, what are we likely to see?

Barely had the inauguration ended than White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus called a halt to the introduction of any new regulations. That sounds like a bold move to cut red tape and, during the election, Mr Trump did promise to cut back the regulatory burden on business.

The most controversial part of President Trump's move was to freeze regulations concerning President Obama's Affordable Care Act, nicknamed Obamacare. It's still not clear what this will mean for individuals who have taken out insurance or the private insurers covering them. But the new president has vowed to "repeal and replace" the scheme.

It’s no secret that Google dominated the web post the dot-com bubble. And it was becoming more and and more popular when several other big dot-com companies were struggling (including the Yahoos and the AOLs of the web).

Google never had to look back as it enjoyed a monopoly in the search engine market (just like Microsoft monopolized the operating systems market in the 1990s and 2000s).

The best thing about Google (from the user point of view) is that they launched a ton of other products & services (apart from a search engine) and gave away all of them for free. Because they were able to subsidize all its cost via their highly profitable advertising business.