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U.S. Investors Have Lost $7.6 Trillion Since Biden Took Office

Earlier this year, President Joe Biden boasted that the stock market had hit "record after record after record on my watch, while making things more equitable for working-class people."

Biden’s Executive Orders to Date Have Cost Taxpayers Over $1 Trillion

President Joe Biden has issued 99 executive orders since taking office in 2021.

White House Releases First-Ever Plan For Regulating Crypto

Last week, the Biden White House released its first-ever framework on how it would like to regulate cryptocurrencies. The framework follows an executive order issued...

Science Confirms: Lockdowns Don’t Stop the Spread

A spike in pneumonia cases in December of 2019 in Wuhan, China was quickly found to be caused by a new coronavirus.

ESG Investing Draws the Ire of Republican Lawmakers

BlackRock Inc., the self-proclaimed world's largest investment manager, announced this year that it signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote the growth of "gender...

The Anti-ESG Crusader Who Wants to Pick a Fight With Blackrock

It was smiles all around as the familiar Wall Street ritual—the ringing of the closing bell—played out again at the New York Stock Exchange on Aug. 10.

Japan Launches Campaign Urging Young People to Drink More Booze

The Japanese government wants the nation’s youth to get drunk for their country.

‘U.N. Women’ Cuts Ties with BlackRock

United Nations group says there are too many "concerns raised by civil society" against world's largest financial asset manager.

Wealthy Professions Benefit Most from Biden’s Student Loan Payment Delays

Estimates vary widely on how much President Joe Biden’s $10,000-20,000 per borrower cancellation of student loans will cost taxpayers, but a new analysis estimates the significant cost of a less-covered aspect of Biden’s plan.

One Year Since Withdrawal, 50% Of Americans Call Afghanistan War a Mistake

Since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan last year -- a withdrawal considered disastrous by many critics -- 50% of Americans believe it was a mistake to send U.S. troops into that country in 2001.

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