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Social Security Increases Accelerate Insolvency Timeline

The Social Security Administration's plans to increase recipients' benefits by 5.9% next year could lead the Social Security Trust fund to run out of money by 2032, one year ahead of previous estimates, according to Maya MacGuineas, president of the bipartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.

MIA: Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg

Over the last six months, companies globally have sounded the alarm about a growing supply chain threat: the incredible backup at US ports, in particular at ports in California.

Vaccination Rates Not Linked to Lower COVID Rates, Epidemiology Paper Finds

A new paper in the European Journal of Epidemiology that analyzed 168 countries and 2,947 US counties found that higher vaccination rates were not associated with fewer COVID-19 cases.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Has Been On Paid Leave For Months Amid Supply Chain Crisis

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has reportedly been on paid leave for months as the U.S. is facing a historic supply chain crisis that is causing pain for Americans throughout the course of their daily lives.

‘Hold the line’: Chicago police union head urges officers to defy Mayor Lightfoot’s COVID vaccine mandate, threatens 50% fewer cops this weekend

The head of the Chicago police officers' union has called on its members not to comply with the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Chicago Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara warned that there could be half as many cops on the streets this weekend because of Mayor Lori Lightfoot's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

Catholic Troops CAN Refuse Biden’s Mandatory Covid Injection, Military Archbishop Declares

"Denial of religious accommodations, or punitive or adverse personnel actions taken against those who raise earnest, conscience-based objections, would be contrary to federal law and morally reprehensible," says Military Services Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio

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.”

BIDEN EFFECT: Inflation up 5.4% in September over Last Year — Highest Rate in 13 Years

Inflation was up 5.4% year over year in September – the highest rate in 13 years!

DeSantis fines Florida county nearly $4 million for firing unvaccinated workers

"We must protect the jobs of Floridians and preserve the ability of Floridians to make their own decisions regrading what shots to take," DeSantis wrote.

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