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Queen of Teachers Union Bestows Approval to Reopen Schools in the Fall

(Headline USA) The president of the American Federation of Teachers called Thursday for a full return to in-person learning in the fall, saying the union is “all in” on bringing students back to the classroom. In prepared remarks obtained by the Associated Press, Randi Weingarten says the wide availability of vaccines...

Too Many Primary Opponents in Wyo. May Get Cheney Re-Elected

(Headline USA) For pro-Trump Republicans, removing Rep. Liz Cheney from House GOP leadership was relatively easy. Booting her from office will be another matter. The rush to punish Cheney for her criticism of former President Donald Trump and his loyalists is drawing a cast of Wyoming primary challengers so big it could...

Pa. Voters to Decide Whether Governor Can Keep Nanny-State Powers

(Associated Press) Republican lawmakers across the country have tried to roll back the emergency powers that governors wielded during the COVID-19 pandemic, as they ordered businesses shut, mask-wearing in public and students home for distance learning. Pennsylvania's Legislature is now taking its case to the ballot. In the first vote of its...

Calif. Spent $100M on Online College; Only 12 Out of 904 Students Graduated

(Cole Lauterbach, The Center Square) A new report from California’s state auditor says an online community college program that’s eaten up more than $100 million in taxpayer funds should be eliminated after graduating only 12 of its 904 students enrolled. State Auditor Elaine Howle released the 74-page report Tuesday, showing Calbright...

White House Edits & Pre-Approves Almost Every Quote for Lapdog Media

The White House communications staff edits and approves nearly every quote from an administration official that is printed by corporate media outlets, confirming suspicions that the press operates as an arm of the Democratic Party. President Joe Biden's staff demands that reporters conduct all interviews on "background with quote approval,"...

Murkowski to CDC Director: End Idiotic Mask Mandate on Fishermen

Senator Lisa Murkowski, R.-Alaska, pressed Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about fishing boat mask mandates in a hearing on Wednesday. Murkowski expressed concern for the safety of the state's fishermen, arguing that mask mandates serve only to increase the dangers of an already...

REPORT: Seven of Apple’s Suppliers Use Slave Labor in China

Apple's suppliers in China have connections with factories that use slave labor and a forced labor camp in the Xinjiang region, according to The Information (paywall). The investigative news site learned from company employees and documents that seven suppliers, which assemble Apple's products and make its device components, have strong connections...

Colonial Pipeline Restarts Operations Days After Major Hack

(Associated Press) The nation's largest fuel pipeline restarted operations Wednesday, days after it was forced to shut down by a gang of hackers. The disruption of Colonial Pipeline caused long lines at gas stations in the Southeast due to distribution problems and panic-buying, draining supplies at thousands of gas stations. Colonial initiated...

MORE INFLATION EVIDENCE: Wholesale Prices Jump .6% in April

(Associated Press) Wholesale prices rose a higher-than-expected 0.6% in April, driven by escalating food costs. It's more evidence that inflation pressures are starting to mount as the country emerges from a recession brought on by the pandemic. The increase in the producer price index, which measures inflationary pressures before they reach consumers,...

GOP Rep. Introduces Bill to FIRE Fauci

An Ohio congressman used the ever-growing controversies surrounding coronavirus czar Anthony Fauci to propose 12-year 'term' limits for the unelected bureaucrats whose ability to flip on and off pandemic restrictions affords a dangerous degree of power without accountability. Specifically, the bill targets the director of the National Institute of Allergy...

Illegal Border Crossings Reach 20-Year High

Illegal border crossings reached a 20-year high in April, with immigration officials apprehending more than 178,622 illegal immigrants at the southern border. The number of illegal immigrants caught trying to enter the country continues to rise, according to officials. April’s apprehensions were up 3% from March’s, which totaled 172,331. Since October 2020,...

The Government’s War on Pipelines Made Us Vulnerable to Attacks

(Jon Miltimore, Foundation for Economic Education) Vickie Phillips received an unpleasant surprise when she stopped in for a fill-up at the Pop Shoppe in Greensboro, North Carolina on Monday. There was no fuel. “I can’t believe that we’re here and can’t even get gas,” Phillips told a local TV station. “People are...
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