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By Selwyn Duke On Tuesday, CNN published a video segment titled “Why gun owners say they love AR-15 style rifles.” Some may wonder, “How could you love such a thing?!” Perhaps to the surprise of many, CNN did provide a glimpse into the answer. But the outlet also interviewed one of its military analysts, a retired Army
The Su-75 ‘Checkmate’ was shown off with much fanfare last summer. But as it stands right now, Russia’s supposedly cheap stealth fighter may never fly. Here’s why: A static Sukhoi Su-75 “Checkmate” mock-up was unveiled last summer, amidst plenty of fanfare, at the 2021 MAKS air show. President Vladimir Putin was in attendance; Western journalists, restricted from taking pictures,
When China wants to intimidate Taiwan and deliver a show of force with warplanes over the Taiwan Strait it inevitably includes the H-6 strategic bomber in the mission. China often flies to Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) to make political statements against Taiwan’s yearning to be recognized as an independent and sovereign state. The
by David Nikel Life in Norway Statistics Norway wants to receive several million daily receipts from food stores, signalling a new era in state data collection. Privacy advocates and the supermarkets themselves are unhappy. People living in Norway are used to big government. But the latest news coming out of Oslo is a surprising new
The Trump-endorsed candidate waited more than three weeks for the results
Environmentalists applauded the vote while German automakers warned there is a lack of charging stations to make the plan feasible.
How Fake Is Twitter’s User Data? Authored by Jeffrey A. Tucker via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), Over the last several weeks, the perception has grown that Elon Musk will not be the emancipator of Twitter, freeing it finally from its mysterious algorithms that throttle, block, and ban perfectly wonderful accounts solely based on the
Chinese Passenger Car Sales Down 17% Year Over Year While Chinese passenger car sales look like they might bump higher sequentially for May, the country’s sales numbers are still down year over year. Sales are supposed to be down 17% year over year, according to Bloomberg and preliminary data from the China Passenger Car Association.
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