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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."

Home Prices Cooled Down at Fastest Pace in ‘History of the Index’

U.S. home prices decelerated at a record pace in July, despite remaining elevated compared to a year back, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices.

Top Vaccine Expert With FDA and NIH Warns Healthy Young People Not to Get COVID-19 Booster: ‘There’s Not Clear Evidence of Benefit’ Versus Risk

A top vaccine expert is advising that healthy young people should not get the latest COVID-19 booster shot because "there's not clear evidence of benefit."

New York Times Censors Book Predicting Trump’s Return to Politics

The book made the Publisher's Weekly and Wall Street Journal lists.

Food Supply Stays Tight as Disappointing U.S. Harvest Adds to Global Challenges

A lackluster U.S. harvest this year is setting back efforts to relieve a global food supply that has been constrained by Russia’s war in Ukraine, agriculture-industry executives said.

Report: Biden Leases Fewer Acres For Oil And Gas Drilling Than Any President Since 1940s

A new report from the Department of the Interior shows the Biden Administration has leased fewer acres of land for oil and gas drilling on federal lands and waters since former President Harry Truman in the 1940s.

Healthcare Professionals File Suit Against Pfizer Alleging Racial Bias in Minorities-Only Fellowship

A group of healthcare professionals has filed a lawsuit against Pfizer alleging the pharmaceutical company is discriminating against whites and Asians in its prestigious fellowship program because it explicitly excludes members of those races from applying.

Politicians Are Pushing Expensive EVs on Consumers for ‘Virtually No Climate Benefit’

The Wall Street Journal reports that despite the government and car companies both desperately pushing electric vehicles (EVs) on the American population, most Americans...

Nolte: Woke Summer Movie Box Office Collapses 21%

The summer box office took a 21 percent dive this year. LOL. From the Wall Street Journal: That haul was 21% lower than the summer season in 2019,...

Federal Leases for Oil Drilling Fall Dramatically Under Biden

The Biden administration has issued the lowest amount of federal leases to drill for oil and gas than any other administration since the end of World War Two, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal, on Sept. 4.

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