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Christians: Stop being passive

A national survey conducted by McLaughlin & Associates-Summit.org found 75% of Americans believe the government does not have the right to force people to participate in practices that violate their religious beliefs. Sixty percent say that religious exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine should be protected. Only 27% disagreed.

Following the science? COVID research undermines mandates, cancel campaigns against doctors

Large health system suspends, trashes doctor for opposing COVID vaccine mandates as evidence for natural immunity grows stronger.

Federal Reserve Failure

What do the Federal Reserve and neoconservatives have in common? They both refuse to admit that their policies — the neocons’ promotion of perpetual war and the Fed's manipulation of the money supply — are complete failures, having produced the opposite of the promised results.

‘It’s a melt-up’: U.S. stocks are on an unusually strong run heading into the holidays

‘Stocks are loving the very easy monetary policy,’ says a portfolio manager

Amid Pandemic Turmoil and Curriculum Fights, a Boom for Christian Schools

With public schools on the defensive, is this a blip or a ‘once-in-100-year moment for the growth of Christian education’?

Globalism: Reduce Population to Save the Planet, Says Former UK Finance Chief

Britain and other Western nations should welcome declining populations and ageing demographics as it will help them meet climate change goals, the former chairman...

The Obedient, the Brainless, and the Woking Dead

Being “woke” must be exhausting. If I had worn a t-shirt five years ago that read “All Lives Matter,” I would have taken first place...

Stock buybacks boom as corporate cash piles grow

The Delta variant is keeping more companies cautious about how to invest the mountains of cash they have at their disposal. That hesitancy has led, in part, to corporate spending on stock buybacks outpacing capital expenditures this year.

Boris Johnson to Face-Off with Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos Over E-Commerce Giant’s Low UK Tax Payments

Amazon’s relatively low tax bill in the UK has been a contentious issue for years. As online sales soared, driven by the COVID-19 restrictions adopted in 2020, the company nevertheless displayed a tax-to-turnover ratio of just 0.37 percent.

Here’s what happens when Medicare, Social Security run out of money

Changes 'should be enacted sooner rather than later to minimize the impact on beneficiaries' The Social Security and Medicare trust funds are expected to soon...

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