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Beijing: China’s Population Declining

The Chinese regime declared on Aug. 1 that China’s population has begun to decline, and the problems of aging and low birthrate have become...

Los Angeles No Longer Requiring Proof of Citizenship For Government Jobs

Los Angeles is ending its requirement for employers to provide proof of citizenship in order to hold government positions.

Monkeypox: California, Illinois Declare State of Emergency, Push Vax Tied to Heart Disease, ‘Spontaneous Abortion’

The U.S. had 5,811 monkeypox cases as of Monday, according to the CDC.

Amazon Cuts 100,000 Employees From Workforce in a Single Quarter

Amazon, one of the largest tech employers in the world, has revealed that it is now hiring at the slowest pace since 2019 and has cut over 100,000 employees globally in the June quarter, likely due to the dramatic economic slowdown since 2021.

Supreme Court Delivers Important Victory for Veterans

The U.S. Supreme Court has delivered a major ruling in favor of veterans.

Health Care Workers Settle COVID Vax Mandate for $10.3 Million

Today, Liberty Counsel settled the nation’s first classwide lawsuit for health care workers over a COVID shot mandate, for more than $10.3 million. The...

$10 Million Settlement for Healthcare Workers Forced to Take COVID Vax

Compensation was offered for religious discrimination.

HHS Proposal Requires Medical Workers’ Participation in Gender-Transition, Abortion

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced July 25 a proposed regulation that jeopardizes the freedom of conscience of health care providers by requiring participation in gender-transition procedures and abortions, critics say.

4 Compelling Reasons for the Senate to Oppose Redefining Marriage

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act, legislation that would repeal the overwhelmingly bipartisan Defense of Marriage Act of 1996 and codify the U.S. Supreme Court’s redefinition of marriage in Obergefell v. Hodges into federal law.

Cartels Get $13 Billion a Year from Joe Biden’s Welcome for Migrants

The cartels and coyotes are earning $13 billion a year by delivering economic migrants to U.S. workplaces via President Joe Biden’s welcoming border agencies, the New York Times reported Monday.

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