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Despite Hollywood Appeasement To China, CCP Bans American Films

Film productions have been routinely tweaking scenes to make China favorable to them -- all for nothing.

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.”

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Bans COVID Vax Mandates

The order applies to both employees and consumers who refuse to receive the vaccine.

Amid Supply Chain Crunch, Analyst Warns ‘There Will Definitely Be Weeping Children’ During Christmas

The supply chain crunch is starting to threaten holiday shoppers’ wishlists, said financial experts this week.

Biden Climate Pact Hobbles US Manufacturing And Agriculture But Gives China, India, Russia A Pass

Some of the world’s top emitters of methane haven’t signed a global effort to curb how much of the greenhouse gas is emitted by 2030.

Dont Be Tricked into Allowing Big Tech to Weaponize “Misinformation”

Tuesday’s Senate hearing with Facebook “whistleblower” Frances Haugen was part of a slick, well-produced rollout of a former Facebook employee, complete with a prerecorded and well-timed “expose” on CBS’ “60 Minutes,” harmonious media cheerleading, and paid Democratic consultants.

Students nationwide take part in ‘Bring Your Bible to School Day’ to speak God’s truth into culture

Hundreds of thousands of Christian students nationwide were encouraged to bring their Bibles to school on Thursday as part of a Christian advocacy organization's annual Bring Your Bible to School Day.

Americans Spending on Top 20 Drugs Nearly Doubles the Rest of the World Combined

The United States outspent every other country in the world combined when it came to the top-selling 20 pharmaceutical drugs, according to a recent analysis of company financial filings by Public Citizen.

Bidenflation Unexpectedly Accelerated in August to Fastest Pace in Over 30 Years

Inflation unexpectedly accelerated in August, as shortages of a wide range of consumer goods and services drove up prices.

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