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Food Supply Stays Tight as Disappointing U.S. Harvest Adds to Global Challenges

A lackluster U.S. harvest this year is setting back efforts to relieve a global food supply that has been constrained by Russia’s war in Ukraine, agriculture-industry executives said.

‘Break Up the ESG Investing Giants’: WSJ

Three of the largest investment shops in the U.S.—BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street—have long used their dominance in passive-investment funds to force corporations to comply with their preferred set of environmental, social and governance policies.

Hong Kong’s Coming Religious Crackdown

Freedom of speech, assembly and the press are gone in Hong Kong, and there’s good reason to fear religious liberty will be the next target.

Fertilizer Prices Surge as Ukraine War Cuts Supply, Leaving Farmers Shocked

Smaller harvests loom from Argentina to Indonesia, and developing countries are bracing for higher food costs; ‘It’s like a scary movie’

How Government Spending Fuels Inflation

When debt grows so much that people don’t believe the Treasury will pay it, they sell their bonds and buy other things, sending prices through the roof.

What Are Republicans For?

An answer to President Biden’s question from the conservative philosopher Roger Scruton.

U.S. Existing-Home Sales Reached a 15-Year High of 6.1 Million Last Year

Housing economists expect the market frenzy to subside in 2022 as mortgage rates rise

The Slow Meltdown of the Chinese Economy

Beijing’s troubles are an opportunity for the U.S.—if Washington can recognize it.

Southern California’s Container-Ship Backlog Moves Farther Out to Sea

Authorities say strong winds and rough seas have forced them to keep ships farther apart and away from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

‘Biden’s Federal Vaccine Mandate Wipeout’: WSJ

The Administration ignored the law. It is getting crushed in court.

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