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PragerU: How Much Energy Will the World Need?

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.

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How Important Are Minimum Wage Increases in Increasing the Wages of Minimum Wage Workers?

It is easy to overstate the minimum wage’s relevance as a source of low‐​wage workers’ wage gains.

Educators recognize the need to prioritize civics education

Improving civics education in Utah means reprioritizing civics in school curriculum and instruction.

Responding to the China Challenge: Blueprint 2.0

What the U.S. needs today is a game plan not for “managing competition” with China, but for winning.

Once Again, Jones Act Preventing Desperately Needed Life-Saving Relief

Washington Post  |  Regulations

Because the ship is not U.S.-owned, it has been idling off the island’s coast, awaiting a decision by the Biden administration on waiving the Jones Act, a century-old law backed by labor unions…

Berkeley Develops Jewish-Free Zones

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Nine different law student groups at the University of California at Berkeley’s School of Law, have begun this new academic year by amending bylaws to ensure that they will never invite any speakers that support Israel or Zionism.

Is the Left Losing the Left?

RealClearPolitics - Homepage

In recent months, a handful of prominent liberals have displayed growing unease at the increasing totalitarianism of the far left-most notably in response to their attacks on free speech, censorship of their political opponents, and a series of media-contrived manipulations intended to sway public opinion. This under-the-radar development could be the first sign that, after years of monolithic uniformity among the left-wing news media, corporate leaders, and cultural elites, the unity of the progressive movement might be-at long last-starting to crack. Assuming the left’s authoritarian streak…

Dr Oz Closes In On Fetterman In Pennsylvania Senate Race: POLL

The Daily Caller

The poll also showed Oz with a large lead among independent voters

Schmitt holds double-digit lead in Missouri Senate race: poll

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The poll of likely Missouri voters showed 49 percent of respondents saying they would support Schmitt if the Senate election were held today compared to Busch Valentine with 38 percent.
Missouri Senate candidate Eric Schmitt (R) is leading Democratic challenger Trudy Busch Valentine by 11 percentage points, according to a new Emerson College Polling-The Hill survey released Friday.

Conservative British Prime Minister Sticks By Pro-Growth Tax Cut Plan After Establishment Criticism

The Daily Wire

British Prime Minister Liz Truss defended her government’s move to cut taxes and regulations following criticism from international financial institutions. The new Conservative Party government led by Truss recently cancelled a rise in the corporate tax rate, cut the basic income tax rate to 19%, and launched discussions about special economic zones in multiple regions …

From Big Tech to Saving America’s Education: A Conversation with Joe Lonsdale

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Gun owners, rights groups challenge Connecticut firearms ban

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Citing a U.S. Supreme Court decision earlier this year, gun rights groups and firearms owners have launched another attempt to overturn Connecticut’s ban on certain semiautomatic rifles that was enacted in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
But in 2016, the high court, with fewer conservative justices, rejected challenges to assault weapons bans in Connecticut in New York passed in response to the Sandy Hook shooting.

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