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Is Iran Running Out of Water?

Last year, severe droughts and prolonged water mismanagement catalyzed deadly protests in the Islamic Republic of Iran. The demonstrations erupted in the central city of Isfahan, where thousands of farmers were facing dry farms that threatened their livelihoods.  Controlling Water in Iran, the Middle East For years, the Iranian government spearheaded dam construction efforts throughout…

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Does Iran Have Chemical Weapons?

As Iran quickly approaches its nuclear breakout time, the U.S. and its regional adversaries must consider the potential scale and scope of the regime’s asymmetrical warfare endeavors. While the extent of Iran’s ability to obtain weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and the technology to deliver them remains murky, the regime’s pursuit of nuclear and ballistic-missile…

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Inflation Increased In May, New Data Show

With paychecks stretched thin by ever-increasing prices, consumers are anxiously awaiting some sign that inflation has peaked and will start to come back down. But that hasn’t happened yet. Indeed, the latest release from the Bureau of Economic Analysis shows that inflation increased in May. The Personal Consumption Expenditures Price Index (PCEPI), which is the…

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Tocqueville’s Worst Fears

Reprinted from Law & Liberty In the introduction to Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville asserted that the history of the world, or at least of the West, exhibited a providential, inevitable movement towards equality. As the scholar Marvin Zetterbaum argued in his book Tocqueville and the Problem of Democracy, Tocqueville’s claim was partly rhetorical: by persuading democracy’s conservative…

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“Pronouns Matter”: UK Bank’s Attempt To Virtue-Signal Backfires

“Pronouns Matter”: UK Bank’s Attempt To Virtue-Signal Backfires Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, A subsidiary of a £886 billion net worth bank attempted to virtue signal by proclaiming “pronouns matter” alongside an image of an employee wearing a “she/her/hers” tag, but the stunt massively backfired on Twitter. “Pronouns matter. #ItsAPeopleThing,” tweeted Halifax…