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Conservatives Can Address the Election Disparity (And Maybe Even Start Winning)

In the aftermath of an underwhelming performance by Republicans in the 2022 election, demands have echoed across the internet for conservative leaders to develop a ballot-harvesting and voter-mobilization infrastructure comparable to the Left’s.

California’s Reparations Task Force Chair: Blacks Are Owed $1M Each, Homeless Should Be First in Line

Black Californians should each receive $1 million and black people who are homeless should be first in line, according to the state’s Reparations Task Force chair.

2 in 5 Kids Have Multiple Food Allergies — And It’s Taking a Toll on Their Mental and Physical Health

Two in five U.S. children and nearly half of adults with a food allergy are allergic to multiple foods, according to research published last month in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.

Bills’ Hamlin in Critical Condition After On-Field Collapse: Vaccine to Blame? (Video)

Vaccine Safety Research Foundation founder says it's "highly likely" the COVID-19 vaccine "played a role."

Pharmacies Can Now Sell Abortion Pills

FDA allows retail pharmacies to provide abortion medication to patients with prescriptions from qualified healthcare providers, expanding access to the drug.

Swiss Limiting Immigration to Save Environment

Swiss People's Party plans referendum to limit population to 10 million through strict immigration control.

NYPD Cop Attack Suspect Urges Family to ‘Repent to Allah’ in Manifesto

Maine man suspected of attacking NYPD cops on New Year's Eve carries manifesto urging family to "repent to Allah and accept Islam."

Republicans Pulled Nearly $4.5 Billion From BlackRock Over Climate Change Standards

Several Republican states removed almost $4.5 billion dollars from BlackRock due to the company's adherence to environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) policies.

Yale Prof Takes Swipe at Capitalism

Professor Laurie Santos at Yale University warns that capitalism and the pursuit of material possessions and success cause anxiety in students and suggests that religion, spirituality, and positive actions such as meditation and volunteering promote lasting happiness.

New Russian Decree Enables New Online Censorship Powers

Russia’s Ministry of Communications, in conjunction with the Russian government’s National Broadcasting Company and all other state-owned media outlets, this week gave themselves the power to block websites they deem offensive in new ways.

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