Vladimir Putin’s visit to Tehran earlier this month was his first trip outside the former area of the former Soviet Union since his military invaded Ukraine. The Russian president’s choice reflects the importance he places on improving ties with the Islamic Republic. During his visit, Putin met with Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and
Around the Web – Original Source: trishintel.com (The Center Square) – A report from Iowa State University shows that rural Americans are feeling the pain of inflation more than the rest of the country. “Rural households are more vulnerable to inflation,” the report said. “In 2020, rural household post‐tax incomes stood at $58,012. About 82%
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A migrant attempting to enter the U.S. from Latin America might expect to pay $4,000 for safe passage
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Last Updated on July 26, 2022 Once the corporately-owned and alternative left media cancels, deplatforms, and censors Republicans and conservatives, they set out to rewrite political history to fit their current narrative. In recent weeks, I have seen wildly inaccurate stories in the Daily Kos, Random Lengths News and now in The Nation, alleging that
When Inflation Is Their Policy by David Reavill In the most highly anticipated event of the week, the Federal Reserve Board will announce its new interest rate policy tomorrow. All to fight inflation. But what if “Inflation” is the policy? Energy inflation that is. While there is some question about how much they’ll raise
The World Health Organization (WHO) appointed Susan Michie, a Communist Party of Britain member, as a technical advisor. She wants more COVID restrictions. Michie has been a member of The WHO’s pandemic “nudge unit” to drive consent for Covid mandates. Given that new information, people should know that The WHO hopes to become the global ruler
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The Consumer Confidence Index from The Conference Board fell again in July, the third drop in a row and eighth in the last thirteen months. The composite index decreased 2.7 points or 2.7 percent to 95.7, the lowest level since February 2021 (see first chart). From a year ago, the index is down 23.5 percent.