Who Is Musk’s New Twitter CEO and What Are Her Ties to the Pro-Online Content Moderation World Economic Forum?

Musk's new Twitter CEO is Chair at the World Economic Forum, which pushes online content moderation.

Starbucks Launches Palm Payment in Washington

Starbucks has begun using Amazon's palm payment system in a location north of Edmunds, Washington.

World Wealth Manager, WEF Partner BlackRock Increased Stake in Fox Corp Two Months Before Tucker Carlson Ouster

In February 2023, BlackRock announced that it had increased its investments in Class A Fox Corporation stock to 15%.

Biden Establishes Office of ‘Environmental Justice’ Amid Rising ‘Climate Change’ Skepticism

The Biden admin's latest pro-environment move comes despite two recent surveys indicating that climate change skepticism is on the rise worldwide.

Billionaire Donor Pierre Omidyar Behind Dark-Money Anti-musk Group

eBay founder Pierre Omidyar donated $509,500 to Accountable Tech in 2021 and 2022, also giving $2 million to at least six other organizations that condemned Elon Musk's organization of Twitter.

Half of Americans Think Mainstream News Organizations ‘Intend to Mislead’ and Misinform: Gallup, Knight Foundation Poll

Less that 23% believe most national news organizations care about the best interests of their readers.

Fauci Charges $100,000 for Speaking Fees

Fauci's net worth increased from $7.5 million in 2019 to $12.6 million at the end of 2021.

EXCLUSIVE: The Global Push for ‘Assisted Suicide’

A worldwide campaign for euthanasia is underway in several countries.

Welfare Pays More Than Regular Jobs in Many States

Welfare payouts for a family of four exceed the national median household income in 24 states, and top $100,000 annually in Washington, Massachusetts, and New Jersey, a new study finds.

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