Families Are the Answer to Population Crisis

Hungary leads the way with its family policy model.

Europe May Consider Demolishing Historical Buildings to Achieve Net Zero

The historical locations impede achieving net-zero carbon emissions.

Italians See Their Wealth Plummet as Italian Leaders Promise Military and Other Aid to Ukraine

Despite political differences within her coalition over their stance on Russia and Italian taxpayers' financial woes, Premier Giorgia Meloni has unwaveringly advocated for military aid and other assistance for Ukraine.

Climate ‘Activists’ Pour Black Dye into Bernini Fountain in Rome

Climate activists poured black dye into the waters of Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers in Rome’s Piazza Navona on Saturday before being taken away by police.

Hungary’s Orbán Warns of ‘Nation-Destroying Virus’ at CPAC Hungary Conference

"The woke movement and gender ideology are exactly what communism and Marxism used to be. They artificially divide the nation into minorities in order to foment discord between groups," said Orbán.

Second American Killed in Sudan After Failure to Evacuate Citizens

A second American citizen died in Sudan following violence between two generals.

Study Links Wearing Face Masks to Pregnancy Complications

Masks create a "dead space" trapping carbon dioxide, posing health risks.

Study Finds Masks Cause Headaches, Restrict Oxygen Intake

A review of over 2,000 studies.

Japan Breaks Sanctions With Western Allies, Buys Russian Oil Above Price Cap

Japan is now buying Russian oil above the price cap set by the G7, breaking its agreement with the country's western allies.

Italy Bans OpenAI’s ChatGPT Chatbot Over Privacy Concerns and Lack of Age Verification

Italy has banned OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot due to privacy concerns and lack of age verification, marking the first instance of a Western country blocking the chatbot, while experts call for a moratorium on advanced AI systems development.

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