Russia plans to meet with leaders of Iran and Turkey as it seeks to expand influence
“We’re All Dutch Farmers Now!” Via The Corbett Report Substack, For weeks now, farmers in the Netherlands have been engaging in fierce protests over their government’s plan to halve the country’s nitrogen and ammonia pollution by 2030. It is estimated that this plan—which will mandate emissions cuts of 95% in some provinces—will require a 30% reduction in livestock and
Biden’s overall approval rating sits at 36%
Daily Briefing: Now Comes the Global Energy Crisis Goldman Sachs and Bank of America posted solid headline-level earnings this morning, both benefiting from higher interest rates during the second quarter. But both also posted significantly higher provisions for bad loans, a sign of concern for the health of debtors. Meanwhile, hope for some sort of
Last Updated on July 18, 2022 The acting police chief in Uvalde, Texas has been suspended after the state House released a scathing report on the department’s response to the Robb Elementary School massacre. The new report blasted the “overall lackadaisical approach” of responding officers, who did not confront the gunman for more than an
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An amendment to the UK’s ‘Online Safety Bill ‘ has been proposed, moving the country closer to the solidification of their very own ‘Ministry of Truth.’ This amendment would provide the framework to censor “legal but harmful” content posted on social media and pre-determine the accuracy of posts. The Gateway Pundit’s has reported extensively on
Economics focuses on how changes in incentives facing self-interested (not necessarily selfish, but desiring command over more resources to advance what they care about) individuals lead them to alter their behavior over an almost unlimited range of choices, reflecting the fact that the range of choices in which scarcity is a factor is similarly vast.
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Reprinted from the Independent Institute Actually, it’s a trick question. Google (excuse me, Alphabet) doesn’t have a monopoly. Not by any sensible definition of the word. Is Google the only way to “search” to find information? No, there are libraries full of books, and there are other people, many of whom know things. Is Google