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100-Year-Old WWII Vet Breaks Down, Says This Isn’t the ‘Country We Fought For’ (Video)

Much of what American soldiers fought for in World War II has “gone down the drain,” according to U.S. Marine Carl Spurlin Dekel, who celebrated his 100th birthday last week.

UK Prime Minister Backs International Ban on Men in Women’s Swimming Events

The Prime Minister has supported the decision of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) to keep men out of women’s competitions.

Sanctions War: Germans Told to Prepare for Gas Shortages, Hot Water Rationing Possible

Fearing Russia might cut off natural gas supplies, the head of Germany’s regulatory agency for energy called on residents Saturday to save energy and to prepare for winter, when use increases.

White House Report Card: Zogby Says Biden ‘in Real Trouble’

This week’s White House Report Card finds President Joe Biden ending another horror week, whipped repeatedly by the Supreme Court and approval polls and facing a growing fall election disaster if he doesn’t pull up soon.

$3.2 Billon Taxpayer-Funded Deal With Pfizer Will ‘Enrich Shareholders of Most Profitable Industry in History’

The Biden administration on Wednesday announced a $3.2 billion deal to purchase 105 million doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for a fall vaccination campaign, with options to buy up to 300 million doses.

More Companies Join the ‘Great Migration’ to Red States

Amidst predictions of a political “red wave” in the upcoming mid-term elections, an economic wave has been building for years with no end in sight as companies flood out of blue states and into red states.

Actress Jessica Biel Mocked for Instagram Post Preferring France on Women’s Rights

Hollywood actress Jessica Biel was mocked and ridiculed for ignorantly praising France on women's rights over the U.S. in an Instagram post.

Pro-Abortion Injunctions Attempt to Delay Abortion Bans

America’s first post-Roe v. Wade pro-life laws have been delayed by a series of injunctions that have resulted in women continuing to be able to have abortions.

U.S. Orders 2.5 Million More Monkeypox Vaccine Doses, as CDC Looks to Expand Vaccine for Kids

The Biden administration today said it ordered 2.5 million more doses of Bavarian Nordic’s Jynneos monkeypox vaccine, while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it was seeking to expand the vaccine for children, despite no known cases yet in children in the U.S.

Joe Biden Insists He Will Not Beg Saudi Arabia to Produce More Oil

President Joe Biden refused Thursday to ask Saudi Arabia to produce more oil to bring down the cost of gasoline in the United States and around the world.

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