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US, banks unveil plan to ease food crisis from Russia’s war

The U.S., several global development banks and other groups on Wednesday unveiled a multi-billion dollar plan to stave off a worldwide food security crisis worsened by Russia's war in Ukraine, a key danger facing an increasingly fragile world economy.

Biden, Pelosi Ignore Buffalo Shooter’s Mental Illness

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The white gunman accused of committing a racist massacre at a Buffalo supermarket made threatening comments that brought police to his high school last spring, but he was never charged with a crime and had no further contact with law enforcement after his release from a hospital, officials said. The revelation raised questions about whether his encounter with police and the mental health system was yet another missed opportunity to put...

Buttigieg on Nationwide Formula Shortage: ‘Government Does Not Make Baby Formula’

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation” that the government does not make baby formula when asked to address the nationwide baby formula shortage.

GOP Senators Fight For Unvaxxed Troops

Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz, backed by Florida Republican Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott, are fighting for unvaxxed troops. The senators introduced the “Allowing Military Exemptions, Recognizing Individual Concerns About New Shots” or AMERICANS Act,

Trust in ‘The Science’ is Polarizing Along Party Lines, New Polling Reveals

FOUNDATION FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION – Are Americans losing faith in scientific experts? Well, according to one bombshell new poll, many are—but there’s a catch. A new survey from the left-leaning pollster FiveThirtyEight measured Americans’ trust in the scientific community. It finds that in recent years, trust in “the scientific community” has cratered among Republicans and soared among Democrats. In the past, Republicans, Democrats, and Independents alike had similar levels of confidence in the scientific community, but these...

Acting NIH Director Throws Fauci Under a Mini-Bus

Fauci, along with former National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins, received 23 and 14 secret payments, respectively, between 2010 and 2020 for being “co-inventors” of various treatments and pharmaceutical products. Those payments present “an appearance of a conflict of interest,” according to the NIH’s acting director, reported the Epoch Times.

Biden blasts Sen. Rick Scott for calling him ‘incapacitated and confused’

NEW YORK POST – President Biden returned fire Tuesday at Sen. Rick Scott, saying the Florida Republican “has a problem” when asked about Scott’s assertion that the president is mentally incapacitated and should resign to help fix soaring inflation. CBS News reporter Ed O’Keefe asked about Scott after Biden made a series of gaffes during White House remarks on inflation. At one point, Biden misidentified Scott’s home state as Wisconsin and stated that Democrats “control...

$350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci, Collins, Others at NIH

EPOCH TIMES – An estimated $350 million in undisclosed royalties were paid to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and hundreds of its scientists, including the agency’s recently departed director, Dr. Francis Collins, and Dr. Anthony Fauci, according to a nonprofit government watchdog. Open the Books CEO Adam Andrzejewski told reporters in a telephone news conference on May 9: “We estimate that up to $350 million in royalties from third parties were paid to NIH scientists...

Democrats’ Bill to Codify ‘Roe’ and Abortion Omits the Word ‘Woman’

BREITBART – Democrats are defending Roe v. Wade as the foundation of women’s rights, but their bill to codify Roe into law lacks the word “woman,” and only mentions the word “women” in the title. The move to codify Roe began as an attempt to fulfill a campaign promise by President Joe Biden, who said that he would urge Congress to pass a law to make abortion legal nationwide in the event that a conservative...

We Won’t Get Fooled Again

CITY JOURNAL – After a great disaster, the traditional response is to appoint a blue-ribbon panel to investigate it, and a bill has already been introduced in Congress to create a Covid commission. In theory, this could be a worthy public service, allowing experts to sift the evidence impartially and determine which strategies worked, which ones failed, how much needless damage was done—and whom to blame for it. But in practice, which experts would the...

Abortion adds to Biden’s all-but-impossible to-do list

It's become clear that Biden has no good options for preserving abortion access as the Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade.

The White House Warns Of Fall Covid Surge, Seeks $22B

The White House has been asking Congress for $22.5 billion in emergency aid to continue responding to the pandemic, but Republicans have insisted on a much lower number.

DOA: Dems Lack Votes To Codify ‘Roe’

WASHINGTON — Senator Chuck Schumer, Democrat of New York and the majority leader, moved on Thursday to set up a vote next week on a bill to codify abortion rights into federal law. Schumer acted quickly in the wake of a leaked Supreme Court draft decision overturning Roe v. Wade, despite clear evidence that the measure lacks the support to be enacted. The plan is little more than an effort to send a political message before...

Roe Decision Could Impact Transgender Abortions

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) Transgender rights activists are worried that Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s leaked majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization will prevent “transgender men” from killing their babies with abortions, according to taxpayer-funded National Public Radio. NPR spoke to Alexis Rangel, a “queer trans Latina” who serves as policy counsel at the National Center for Transgender Equality, which is located in D.C. “Abortion rights and reproductive rights in this decision are...
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