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New York May Soon Require COVID Vax for All Schoolchildren

New York parents, it should come as no surprise that legislation is currently before the Assembly and in committee requiring the COVID “vaccine” to be forced onto all children in schools.

New Home Sales Rise for Third Straight Month as Mortgage Rates Fall

Sales of new U.S. homes rose for the third straight month in December as high mortgage rates continued to decline, offering some relief for prospective homebuyers.

Cardiologist Calling On FAA to Recognize Spike Protein-Induced Heart Damage in Pilots

At least seven million Americans have had their hearts damaged either by Covid or Covid shots.

European Union Approves Cricket Powder in Flour-Based Foods Despite Allergy Concerns

Despite left-wing news outlets' "conspiracy" allegations.

Microsoft Extends Multibillion-Dollar Deal With Creators of Woke AI ChatGPT

Tech giant Microsoft has extended its partnership with OpenAI, the organization behind the leftist chatbot ChatGPT, announce a new “multiyear, multibillion-dollar” investment in the firm.

Debt Ceiling Hysteria and Hypocrisy

This week the US government reached its 31.4 trillion dollars borrowing limit, better known as the “debt ceiling.”

Consumer Desire for Electric Vehicles Wanes

A report from KPMG, an international accounting firm, suggests that by the year 2030, electric vehicles (EV) will be just over 20% of the automotive market.

IRS Having Trouble Hiring People Who ‘Are Able to Pass Background Checks’ After Biden Admin Calls for 87,000 New Agents

Out of more than 565,000 job applications received until early October, the IRS only recruited around 19,000 workers.

Microsoft Announces Mass Layoffs

Microsoft announced on Wednesday it will eliminate 10,000 jobs worldwide, almost 5% of its workforce, and take a $1.2-billion charge as global growth is slowing down.

Pfizer, Fauci Staffers Sign Off on Research Finding mRNA COVID Vaccines Produce Worse Antibodies

Less than a month after the CDC marked the two-year anniversary of the first administered COVID-19 vaccine by telling Americans to get a bivalent booster, two peer-reviewed German studies have found that mRNA vaccines — the vast majority of the U.S. market — induce worse antibodies compared to traditional adenovirus vaccines.

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