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Weekend Read: How the Media Fueled the Lockdowns

Estimated Reading Time: 28 minutes

COVID-19 triggered lockdowns around the world never before seen. It isn’t the worst pandemic the world has seen, so why were government interventions so swift? There are really two reasons. One, broadband and laptops. Had there not been ways to continue working for the governments and remote learning to bridge education, we’d have not seen […]

83% of Americans Cutting Back on Personal Spending Due to Inflation

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The vast majority of Americans are cutting back on their spending because of rising inflation, according to new survey data. Provident Bank based in New Jersey released the report, which found that roughly 83% of those surveyed have cut back on personal spending due to inflation, with about 23% saying they have made “drastic changes” to […]

New J6 Narrative About Trump And Secret Service Collapses Hours After Tuesday Hearing

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Editors’ Note: The farce called the January 6 hearings continues. As the article below explains, much of the “bombshell testimony” immediately unraveled. One of the fundamental problems is Speaker Pelosi would not let Republicans select their defense team, and instead, Pelosi appointed Trump-hating Liz Cheney. Therefore, in actual fact, the Republicans have no one to […]

Yes, Biden Is Hiding His Plan To Rig The 2022 Midterm Elections

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The White House is refusing to share details about its coordinated efforts to engage in a federal takeover of election administration. President Biden really does not want the public to know about his federal takeover of election administration. Dozens of members of Congress have repeatedly asked for details, to no avail. Good government groups, members […]

Arizona Extends School Choice to All K-12 Students

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“This session, let’s expand school choice any way we can,” declared Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey in his State of the State address on Jan. 10, “Let’s think big and find more ways to get kids into the school of their parent’s choice. Send me the bills, and I’ll sign them.” The Arizona Legislature on Friday night […]

Killing Is Not OK

Estimated Reading Time: 7 minutes

The recent Supreme Court decision to return abortion to the political realm, to be decided by the States and elected representatives, was a victory for the law and the Constitution. But this by no means supposes that those that hold human life to be valuable have won the argument. They will have to prevail in […]

The Slippery Slope of Red Flag Gun Laws

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“No free man shall ever be barred from using arms to guard public liberty.” – Thomas Jefferson   The gun control debate began in the 1920s in Germany’s Weimar Republic. They mandated the registration of all firearms and the authority to confiscate them “if it was necessary for the public good.” They convinced gun owners […]

Foreign Funding of Nonprofits Goes Unchecked

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Think tanks and universities are taking millions in foreign donations, and Biden has no interest in imposing transparency.   The University of Pennsylvania received more than $15 million in anonymous donations from China in 2018, the same year it announced the founding of its Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement. This is just one […]

Climate Realism On The Rise?

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As a climate and energy realist, in my heart of hearts, I dream of the day when the public recognizes climate change will not bring on an end to the world as we know it, or even a long-term net decline for human civilization. That’s what the data and the best science show, despite the […]

The ‘ESG’ Scam Rates Slave-Using Chinese Firms Higher Than Clean American Energy Producers

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A firm in China that uses slave labor has a better ESG score than an American firm that pays landowners who freely sell their mineral rights.   Expecting publicly traded companies to do more than simply return shareholder value — their fiduciary responsibility — is a fairly new development in Western capitalism. The idea that […]