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How America First Marketing is Winning the Media Wars

Populism on the right isn’t dead or even slowing down. On the contrary, its mass appeal is growing as evidenced by viral campaign ads that sometimes transcend politics and break through barriers erected by elite media companies.

An early warning from New York

Manufacturing activity growth decelerated sharply in New York.

Vax Manufacturers Make Combined $18.6 Billion So Far in 2021

Coronavirus vaccine sales projected to earn drug companies $60 billion by year's end.

Twitter, Facebook Refuse To Remove Army Of Chinese Propaganda Bots, Oxford Researchers Reveal

Platforms including Twitter and Facebook are failing to suspend and label thousands of bot accounts linked to the Chinese Communist Party, according to a new investigation conducted by the Associated Press and the Oxford Internet Institute.

Writing music down like Mozart did is ‘white hegemony’, Oxford curriculum reportedly claims

Teaching music at Oxford may soon be less about writing notation and conducting orchestras, and more about which artists hated Donald Trump’s use of their works without permission, proposed reform reportedly suggests.

3 More EU Countries Hit Pause on AstraZeneca After Reports of Illness and Deaths

Denmark, Norway and Iceland today joined other EU countries in suspending use of the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine following reports of blood clots and the death of a 60-year-old woman in Denmark.

UK Data Show 402 Reports of Deaths Following COVID Vaccines

Government data show that, compared with the Pfizer vaccine, there have been 43% more reports of injuries related to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in the UK, including 77% more adverse events and 25% more deaths — but no red flags from UK regulators.

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