2023

18 Democrats Will Abandon the House—More than Triple GOP Needs to Win Back Majority

Many Democrats announce they're leaving their seats to retire or seek different office.

California city approves motion to reject any state or federal COVID mandates

'I think it's time for us to draw a line in the sand,' said Oroville Vice Mayor Scott Thomson, who had the idea to create a 'Constitutional Republic City.'

DeSantis Pushes $1 Billion Cut in Gas, Fuel Taxes

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis stated Nov. 22 that he would seek a $1 billion reduction in gas and fuel taxes during the next January...

Managers at One of the World’s Largest Investment Firms, State Street Global Advisors, Will Need Permission to Hire White Males

One of the largest and most profitable firms in the world will now require that managers get permission to hire white males in the company.

New COVID-19 travel requirements include CDC officers spot checking travelers for compliance

The Biden administration announced new travel requirements for international visitors on Monday.

Over 100K Workers Threaten Strikes amid Supply Chain Crisis, Citing ‘Low Staffing Levels’

Over 100,000 American workers are reportedly threatening to strike this week amid the supply chain crisis, citing “low staffing levels” and “burnout.”

Globalists Come to Agreement on Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate

No less than 136 countries have reached a deal that would set a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15 percent. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) announced the agreement on Friday.

Trump asks judge to force Facebook to reinstate his account

Former President Donald Trump on Thursday asked a federal judge to force Facebook to reinstate his account.

House tax bill would hit the middle class hard

A new congressional report shows that the tax increase bill approved by the House Ways and Means Committee would increase taxes on millions of taxpayers making less than $400,000. That would violate a pledge President Joe Biden has made repeatedly.

California bans travel to Ohio over law protecting religious freedom of healthcare professionals

California's Attorney General has barred state employees from traveling to Ohio using taxpayer dollars over its enactment of a law that he characterized as "anti-LBGTQ+."

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