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Consumer Prices Rose 7.7% In October From a Year Ago, Core Inflation Eases

Consumer prices continued to climb in October as the pace of overall inflation held at the level hit a month earlier and underlying inflation excluding food and fuel slowed.

People ‘Hail Satan’ and Get Inverted Cross Symbols on Foreheads During ‘Unbaptism’ Ritual At Pagan Pride Fest

Self-professed Satanists, heathens, atheists, spiritualists and so-called "other'd folk" joined forces Saturday to "reclaim" a Texas city center from Christians.

China’s Sept New Home Prices Fall For Third Straight Month – Private Survey

New home prices in China fell for the third straight month in September as a mortgage boycott across the country and a slowing economy...

Stocks End September Down 9.3 Percent, Worst Month Since March 2020

Wall Street closed out a miserable September on Friday with the S&P 500’s worst monthly skid since March 2020, when the coronavirus pandemic crashed...

British Pound Falls to Record Low Against U.S. Dollar After Tax Cut Plans

The British pound has plunged to an all-time low against the U.S. dollar after the UK government announced a massive tax-cutting program, which is the biggest in 50 years.

BlackRock May Have Broken The Law With Its Woke Investing Schemes, Republicans Argue

Several Republican state attorneys general informed asset manager BlackRock last week that its shareholder activism efforts “may violate multiple state laws.”

Republicans Should Reject the Gay-Marriage Bill

By a vote of 267 to 157, with 47 Republicans joining the majority, the House has passed a bill requiring all state governments to stick with the redefinition of marriage that the Supreme Court ordered in 2015.

State Officials Fight Wall Street to Protect Pensioners From ESG ‘Scam’

After failing to advance their agenda by passing laws in Congress, progressives have found that they can impose their will on Americans just as...

Anonymous Donor Steps Forward to Ensure Uvalde Families Won’t ‘Have to Worry About a Single Cost’

At a press conference Wednesday in the aftermath of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott almost said something profound. Almost.

School Shootings Aren’t Caused by Faulty Gun Laws but by the Collapse of the Family

Until we are willing to address the breakdown of family and community, nothing will change, the massacres will continue.

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