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Survey: U.S. Small Businesses Struggling to Pay Rent Because of Inflation

More than a third of small businesses can’t pay rent, newly released data shows. According to The Center Square, the small business network Alignable released new survey results that found that 35% of U.S. small business owners “could not pay their rent in full or on time in June.” “Most small business...

Manchin, Sinema Defy Biden on Repealing Filibuster to Codify Roe

U.S. Sens. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz. and Joe Manchin, D-W.V., both told news outlets Thursday they would not go along with President Joe Biden’s request that Congress remove the Senate filibuster to “codify Roe v. Wade," The Center Square reported. At a news conference in Spain Thursday during Biden’s last day...

South Dakota Gov Wants to Bring July 4 Fireworks Back to Mt Rushmore

The skies of Mount Rushmore will not be filled with colorful fireworks this year, but South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has not given up hope for next year, The Center Square reported. The U.S. National Park Service has denied the governor's request for the past two years. But Noem said,...

Uvalde Schools’ Police Chief Resigns from City Council

The Uvalde school district's police chief has stepped down from his position in the City Council just weeks after being sworn in following allegations that he erred in his response to the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School that left 19 students and two teachers dead. Chief Pete Arredondo said...

$30B from Russian Oligarchs Frozen Under REPO Seizure Effort

(Headline USA) A multinational task force designed to seize Russian oligarchs' wealth has blocked and frozen $30 billion in sanctioned individuals' property and funds in its first 100 days in operation, the Treasury Department reported on June 29. That’s on top of the yachts, other vessels and luxury real estate...

Tokyo Warned of Power Crunch as Japan Endures Heat Wave

(Headline USA) People in Tokyo are sweating it out as the government warns of possible power shortages and urges greater efforts to conserve energy while Japan endures unseasonably hot temperatures. Weather officials announced the earliest end to the annual summer rainy season since the Japan Meteorological Agency began keeping records...

Crews Battle Maryland Summer Camp Fire, No Injuries Reported

(Headline USA) Crews battled a fire at an overnight summer camp in western Maryland on June 29 morning, but no injuries were reported, officials said. Firefighters were initially dispatched about 7:30 a.m. for a report of a fire in a building at Camp Airy for Boys in Thurmont, Frederick County...

Biden Finally Caves to Mounting Pressure to Resume Drilling

(Headline USA) President Joe Biden's administration on Friday proposed up to 10 oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico and one off the Alaska coast over the next five years — going against the Democrat's climate promises but scaling back a Trump-era plan that called for...

Here’s How Federal Regulations Follow You From Morning to Night

(Headline USA) When you groggily roll out of bed and make breakfast, the federal government edges up to your kitchen table, too. Unlike you, it's perky. It's an unseen force in your morning. The government makes sure you can see the nutrients in your cereal. It fusses over your toast,...

MURDOCK: Biden’s War on Juul is Fool’s Gold

(Deroy Murdock, Headline USA) Is any aspect of American life safe from President Joe Biden and his battalions of intrusive, dim-witted, federal bureaucrats? COVID-19’s embers are not yet cold. Parents still scramble for baby formula. And now, tampons have gone scarce. Rather than solve these and other real problems for the American people,...

Megan Rapinoe to Receive Medal of Freedom for Being Gay

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) White House rainbow-vote chaser President Joe Biden announced that he will be awarding the Presidential Medal of Freedom to U.S. soccer player and LGBT-activist Megan Rapinoe. It is unclear what Rapinoe has done to achieve the highest honor the president is capable of bestowing upon an...

28% of Population Says ‘Taking Up Arms’ Against Gov’t May Be Necessary

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) According to a recent survey, more than a quarter of U.S. voters feel so alienated from the government that they believe it may "soon be necessary to take up arms" against it. The survey, which was taken by the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics, showed...
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