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National Archives Asks Former Presidents, Vice Presidents to Search Records for Classified Docs

The National Archives has asked former U.S. presidents and vice presidents to complete a check of their records for classified material following the recent discoveries of classified documents at the homes and private offices of President Biden, former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence.

Book Detailing Adult ‘Rape’ of Minor, Explicit Sexual Content on California Orange Unified School District’s Library App for Young Students (Video)

A mother of three elementary school students revealed on Thursday that a book detailing the "rape of a minor by an adult" can be found in a library app on iPads that the Orange Unified School District distributes to students.

2nd COVID-19 Booster Provides Worse Protection Than 1st

The protection provided by a second COVID-19 vaccine booster was worse than that bestowed by an initial booster, with the shielding trending negative after a period of time, according to a new study.

Countering the Threat of Global Food Homogenization

The push toward globalism isn’t limited to political schemes; it also includes efforts to influence agriculture and homogenize food consumption around the world.

Swiss Limiting Immigration to Save Environment

Swiss People's Party plans referendum to limit population to 10 million through strict immigration control.

Blackrock to Take Zelensky’s Panhandling Act to the Next Level

Blackrock is the world’s largest asset management and investment firm.

Federal Gov’t Failed to Collect Thousands of Security Cards from Former Employees

Department of Homeland Security failed to terminate the security credentials for thousands of its former employees, an internal watchdog reported Thursday.

EU Announces Agreement to Reform Europe’s Carbon Market, Cap Natural Gas Prices

The European Union announced on Dec. 18 a provisional agreement that reforms the bloc’s carbon market, successfully expanding a crucial component of the region’s broader green agenda.

U.S. Blacklists Another 36 Chinese Companies

The US is adding more than 30 Chinese companies to a trade blacklist that would prevent them from purchasing certain American components as part of the ongoing US-China technology conflict.

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