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North Dakota Attorney General Probes $13.5 Million Farmland Purchase by a Trust Linked to Bill Gates

A major farmland purchase reportedly made by a trust linked to Bill Gates is being investigated by the North Dakota attorney general's office.

Red Flagged Nation: Gun Confiscation Laws Put a Target on the Back of Every American

What we do not need is yet another pretext by which government officials can violate the Fourth Amendment at will under the guise of public health and safety.

Thousands of Electric Vehicles Recalled in US Over ‘No Start Condition’

Ford announced it is recalling nearly 50,000 electric vehicles in response to a defect with the cars’ batteries, which could lead to a loss of power while driving.

Worry Over Student Surveying Leads Missouri Attorney General to Subpoena Seven School Districts

School surveys that collect information from students and create a perceived need for Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum have caught the attention of Missouri authorities.

WEF Launches ‘Metaverse’ Initiative, Predicts Digital Lives Will Become ‘More Meaningful to Us Than Our Physical Lives’

The World Economic Forum (WEF) and major corporations, following talks at last month’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, launched a new initiative: “Defining and Building the Metaverse.”

Internal Salesforce E-Mail Reveals Senior Director Leading Campaign to “End Customer Relationship” with National Rifle Association

Project Veritas has published an internal e-mail from cloud-based software giant, Salesforce, which shows one of its Senior Director’s lobbying for employees to cancel the company’s contract with the National Rifle Association.

Nearly Half of Biden’s Twitter Followers Are Bots: Audit

A tool created by the software company SparkToro that distinguishes real accounts from fake accounts known as “spambots,” or “bots,” found that almost half of President Joe Biden's 22.2 million Twitter followers were not real, Newsweek reported on Tuesday.

Facebook Moderator Sues Company Over ‘Human Trafficking’

Meta has been accused of a ‘deceptive recruitment process’ in Kenya.

Musk Warns Twitter Staff Faces ‘Extreme’ Workload, Terminations

Tycoon plans to fire around 1,000 staff when he takes over in six months.

AZ Gov. Candidate Kari Lake Sues to Ban Electronic Voting Machine Tabulators

Two candidates in Arizona are looking to the future after the troubled 2020 election, with a lawsuit looking to ban the use of machines to count votes in the Grand Canyon State.

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