The US launched airstrikes in Iraq and Syria over the weekend against target linked to Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and Iran-backed militias. At least 40 people were reportedly killed in a move that is likely to escalate hostilities in the region.
Two big stories this week: Joe Biden is accused of war crimes for supporting Israel by State Department employees, and the scope of government efforts to control the narrative on social media is even bigger than we thought.
Target’s decision to promote “trans” clothing for kids has led to a $12 billion drop in market capitalization, following a $19 billion drop in Anheuser-Busch’s stock value. People are pushing back against corporate America’s embrace of deviant behavior.Continue Reading
More than 50 people were shot in Chicago over Memorial Day weekend, while illegal migrants are reportedly using hotels-turned-shelters in New York City as centers for unrestrained drug use, sex, and violence.
A ruling from a federal court unsealed Friday revealed that the FBI abused its surveillance powers while spying on January 6 and Black Lives Matter protesters more than 278,000 times. This is way beyond the point where Congress should stop it.
A German bakery was shocked when its bill for natural gas, normally about $5,800 a month, jumped to about $87,500 a month for the last quarter. The ongoing proxy war between NATO and Russia is leading to a cold, dark, and hungry winter for Europe.Continue Reading
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Monday that as part of a package of new gun control legislation, her state would require “social media networks to monitor and report ‘hateful conduct.’”Continue Reading