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Biden Administration Hit With Lawsuit Over ‘Sneak Attack’ on Charter Schools

A coalition of charter schools in Michigan and Ohio brought a lawsuit Monday challenging the Biden administration’s newly implemented hurdles on federal funding for the independently run public schools.

‘I Can’t Even Afford Groceries’: U.S. Food Banks Report Growing Numbers of Households Needing Handouts

Nearly half of America's food banks describe rising numbers of people lining up for handouts, as inflation puts pantry basics out of reach and the Biden administration’s eight-year anti-hunger plan comes unstuck.

Us And Japan Move Toward Founding of ‘Economic Nato’ to Counter China

Japan and the United States plan to pool their economic clout to prevent China from converting its enormous resources into strategic victories.

FBI Agents ‘Encouraged and Incentivized’ to ‘Bolster’ Domestic Extremism Cases

The House Judiciary Committee's Jim Jordan (R-OH) disclosed the information from whistleblowers in a letter to FBI Director Chris Way.

Big Businesses Are Fleeing Liberal Cities for Conservative Strongholds

Massive companies are fleeing liberal cities and states. Tired of skyrocketing tax rates, COVID-19 protocols, crime and homelessness, they’re moving to the most conservative...

Here’s Why The Media Don’t Want You To Know About The Massive Protests Going On Around The Globe

Discontent with left-wing policy failures is triggering massive protests all over the world. Just don’t expect to read all about it in the New York Times.

In Highly Vaccinated U.S., More Than a Third of Counties Are In COVID ‘Red’ Zone: C.D.C.

More than 79% of the United States population is vaccinated, raising questions about the COVID vaccine's efficacy. QUICK FACTS: More than a third of U.S. counties...

Pfizer Plans to Profit From COVID for Years to Come

Pfizer has already profited billions of dollars from the COVID-19 pandemic, and it plans to do so for years to come via annual vaccinations and sales of its antiviral pill Paxlovid.

Pro-Abortion Injunctions Attempt to Delay Abortion Bans

America’s first post-Roe v. Wade pro-life laws have been delayed by a series of injunctions that have resulted in women continuing to be able to have abortions.

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