House Passes Anti-Central Bank Digital Currency Bill

The House of Representatives passed a bill prohibiting the government from creating a central bank digital currency (CBDC).

Republican Attorney Generals Sue White House, California Over Gas-Powered Truck Limits

A group of Republican attorneys general took legal action this week against the Biden administration and California over new emissions limits for trucks.

American Faith’s Social Media Blocked in Canada

American Faith has learned that its social media content is blocked in Canada.

mRNA Livestock Vaccines Kill Animals: U.S. Rancher

A U.S. rancher warned in a video that livestock injected with mRNA vaccines are suffering near-death symptoms or dying.

DOD Sued After Covering Obama-Era Order That Could Exonerate Trump

America First Legal (AFL) filed a lawsuit against the Department of Defense (DOD), calling for the agency to release information relating to the "secretive Presidential Information Technology Committee (PITC) created by former President Barack Obama."

Immigrants Given Third Gender Option on Naturalization Form

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has edited its application for naturalization to give immigrants a "third gender" option called "X," or "Another Gender Identity."

Biometric Surveillance Bill Passes in Europe

The European Parliament (EP) passed the AI Act, which many believe allows "law enforcement the introduction of error-prone facial surveillance and facial recognition camera software in public spaces," as Member of Parliament Patrick Breyer said.

North Face Offers Discount to Customers Passing DEI Course

Outdoor brand The North Face is offering discounts to customers passing a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) course.

Electric Cars May Release More Emissions Than Gas-Powered Vehicles

A 2022 study from Emission Analytics suggesting that electric vehicles (EVs) produce more emissions has reappeared following the push to reduce gas-powered cars.

California Pharmacists Required to Undergo ‘Cultural Competency and Humility’ Training

The California State Board of Pharmacy is requiring pharmacists to undergo "cultural competency and humility" training in order to renew their licenses.

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