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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.

Protestors Heckle AOC During Town Hall Over Her Support In Aiding Ukraine

Far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was repeatedly heckled during her first town hall event of the year — including by one group who broke out in song to protest her vote in favor of military aid to Ukraine.

At Davos, Conformity Is Required, and Debate Is a Cancel-Worthy Sin

If you’re watching the World Economic Forum’s annual ruling class confab in Davos this week, you might be surprised by the lack of disagreement among the rich and powerful there.

New Jersey Election Results Flip After Tabulation Error Discovered

The error affects six voting districts.

MSNBC Calls Widely Publicized WEF Agenda a ‘Conspiracy Theory’

So-called conspiracy theorists "think that the CEOs here are gathering to make you take vaccines and to eat bugs."

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.

1% Of Counties Responsible for Almost Half of United States’ Murders

The Crime Prevention Research Center released a study revealing that only 30 U.S. counties account for 42% of the nation's murders in 2020.

Educator Sexual Misconduct Increasing Across U.S. Public Schools

Sexual misconduct by teachers and staff against students is on the rise, an audit from the Sexual Assault Unit of the Chicago school’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found.

China Records 1st Population Fall in Decades as Births Drop

China’s population shrank for the first time in decades last year as its birthrate plunged, official figures showed Tuesday, adding to pressure on leaders to keep the economy growing despite an aging workforce and at a time of rising tension with the U.S.

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