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AG Garland’s Wife Connected to Voting Machine Vendor ES&S

Attorney General (AG) Merrick Garland should recuse himself. He never should have taken on the AG position because he knew he had too many conflicts of interest that would disqualify him from performing his job without bias. We’ve already seen his bias in play.

Hunter Biden Reportedly Offered US Company $80,000-Worth of Info on Russian Businessman Deripaska

Just over a year ago The New York Post offered its series of exposés on Hunter Biden, son of the current US President, with damning emails obtained from his purportedly abandoned laptop shedding light on "pay-to-play" schemes involving then-Vice President Joe Biden.

China’s Bullying Is Becoming a Danger to the World and Itself

Ever since Deng Xiaoping opened China to the world in the late 1970s, many in the West wanted to see the country succeed, because we thought China — despite its brutal authoritarian political structure — was on a path to a more open economy and society.

Facebook is planning to rebrand the company with a new name

Mark Zuckerberg wants to be known for building the metaverse

Amid Pandemic Turmoil and Curriculum Fights, a Boom for Christian Schools

With public schools on the defensive, is this a blip or a ‘once-in-100-year moment for the growth of Christian education’?

Record 100 ships waiting offshore at LA ports with cargo

The logjam of cargo, container, and tanker ships trying to access Long Beach and Los Angeles ports has hit a record of 100 vessels as of Monday evening. Another 45 are expected to arrive in the next three days.

Historic Bitcoin Futures ETF Debuts On New York Stock Exchange

The first bitcoin-linked exchange-traded fund in the United States today debuted on the New York Stock Exchange, presenting new investment opportunities for holders of brokerage accounts.

Despite Hollywood Appeasement To China, CCP Bans American Films

Film productions have been routinely tweaking scenes to make China favorable to them -- all for nothing.

Social Security Increases Accelerate Insolvency Timeline

The Social Security Administration's plans to increase recipients' benefits by 5.9% next year could lead the Social Security Trust fund to run out of money by 2032, one year ahead of previous estimates, according to Maya MacGuineas, president of the bipartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.

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