PragerU: What Is Inflation?
Look for the source of a society’s collapse, and you’ll usually find the i-word (inflation) at its core. So what exactly is inflation? How does it work? Why is it so dangerous? And how does it affect your everyday life? Steve Forbes breaks it down.
Post-Roe in America
On June 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision to the constitutional right to have an abortion.
Elon Musk Threatens to Shut Down Twitter Deal
After offering to purchase Twitter for $44 billion, Elon Musk is threatening to back out of the deal due to a much bigger bot problem than originally disclosed.
Elon Musk’s critics are right: This is the end of Twitter as we know it.
Elon Musk, the eccentric owner of Tesla, is purchasing Twitter for $44 billion. Musk has often been an outspoken critic of the censorship at Twitter, as conservatives are silenced and deplatformed
PragerU: How Much Energy Will the World Need?
Are we heading toward an all-renewable energy future, spearheaded by wind and solar? Or are those energy sources wholly inadequate for the task? Mark Mills, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of The Cloud Revolution, compares the energy dream to the energy reality.
Your friendly neighborhood roughneck
Oil field workers go by lots of different names, but they are all at the end of the day people. Fathers. Mothers. Sons. Daughters. Neighbors.
Update: Russian and Ukrainian negotiators are back at the table
As Russia continues to invade Ukraine, one question is on everyone’s minds… Will Russia give peace a chance?
Where’s the Real Fix to Our Energy Crisis?
The entire world is currently facing an energy crisis. The problem is exacerbated in the United States, where the White House has blocked efforts to increase domestic energy production.
Walcher: Closer Than You Might Think
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has more pundits than ever talking about the role energy plays in world affairs.
Washington Post: COVID lockdowns resulted in massive setbacks for minority students
In March of 2020, students of all ages and grade levels began virtual learning as the Coronavirus pandemic spread across the world.
Girls High School Basketball Team Banned From Future Tournaments for Refusing to Compete Against Team With Male Player
A Christian school’s girls basketball team has been banned from competing in future tournaments after forfeiting a game against a team with a male student… Read More
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‘I Cannot Wait To Hug My Mother’: Wrongfully Convicted Man Free After Serving 34 Years Of 400-Year Sentence
‘I cannot wait to hug my mother’
Building Bridges in a Polarized World
We are still deeply divided as a people, and, sometimes, when you look around America today, it feels like anarchy has been loosed on the world. Those full of passionate intensity on both sides of the aisle are releasing a blood-dimmed tide that is drowning innocence.
Documents Reveal Senate Democrat Pressured IRS, DOJ to Target Conservative Groups
“If [Sen.] Sheldon Whitehouse had his way, Lois Lerner would just look like a test run,” government watchdog Tom Jones says.
Netanyahu To Form New Conservative Government In Israel
‘Israel’s citizens require a stable and functioning government’
Democrat Senator Demands Answer From Elon Musk In Letter, Musk Torches Him In Response
Twitter CEO Elon Musk slammed Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) on the platform Sunday after the senator made false statements in a letter to him late last week over the platform selling blue verification badges to paying subscribers. Markey mentioned a report from The Washington Post in his letter where the reporter, with his permission, was able …
Yes on Prop 121; the case for lowering Colorado’s income tax
The dynamic impact of tax savings in 2023 would be an estimated additional 9,110 jobs.
13 Times Fetterman Advocated For Decriminalizing ALL Drugs
Fetterman can’t defend his record, so he’s resorted to lying about it.
Strategic and political impatience is killing America
Even the late liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was critical of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that declared abortion a constitutional right. While she supported a woman’s right to choose, Ginsburg argued that winning over state legislatures would put choice on a more solid footing. She was right. Seeking to short-circuit the legislative process with an appeal to the Supreme Court put abortion rights on a shaky foundation. The shortcut proved more corrosive than using the constitutional process bypassed by Roe would have been.
Author Explains Why ‘Race Does Not Exist’
“Strictly speaking, race does not exist,” Fe Bencosme says. Bencosme, author of the new book “You Are Not Your Race: Embracing Our Shared Humanity in… Read More
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Big Tech Worked Closely With The FBI And DHS To Police ‘Disinformation’
Hundreds of internal documents expose top U.S. government agencies working closely with social media companies like Facebook and Twitter to censor American freedom of speech — under the guise of fighting disinformation — over several years, as obtained and reported by The Intercept. The Intercept’s investigative journalist Lee Fang broke the story Monday, confirming what …
China’s Growing Political Autocracy Limits Its Economic Prospects
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s attempt to build a more socialist economy with excessive Communist Party control contradicts more market-oriented reforms China has tried to implement… Read More
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