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Federal Leases for Oil Drilling Fall Dramatically Under Biden

The Biden administration has issued the lowest amount of federal leases to drill for oil and gas than any other administration since the end of World War Two, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal, on Sept. 4.

Science Confirms: Lockdowns Don’t Stop the Spread

A spike in pneumonia cases in December of 2019 in Wuhan, China was quickly found to be caused by a new coronavirus.

Widespread Power Outages Across California’s Bay Area After Emergency Is Declared

Widespread power outages were being reported on Tuesday morning across California’s Bay Area region, according to the state’s largest utility, amid high temperatures and...

Why Are Conservatives Happier Than Liberals?

It may be one of the most surefire findings in all of social psychology, repeatedly replicated over almost five decades of study: American conservatives...

US Life Expectancy Plummeting

The average American’s life expectancy notably dropped between 2019 and 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed in a report published on Wednesday. It is the first two-year drop recorded since 1961-1963.

The FBI: A Campaign Arm of the Democrat Party

“Fidelity, Bravery, and Integrity” is the FBI motto.

Prison Ministries Try to Break Back in After COVID-19

Staffing shortages and ongoing pandemic restrictions have kept volunteers out—and left the incarcerated craving the kind of spiritual support they had before.

IRS to Set Up ‘Centralized Office’ for 87,000 New Agents

The Internal Revenue Service will establish a centralized office to implement elements of the tax and spending bill that President Joe Biden signed last week, including almost 87,000 new IRS agents, the agency’s chief says.

Mayor Bowser Confirms No Virtual Learning Options For Unvaccinated Students

The Mayor of Washington, D.C. announced Thursday that there will be no school options available for unvaccinated students in the city.

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