Leaders frustrated by low vaccination rate.
On the Journal Editorial Report Saturday, editor Paul Gigot spoke with Dan Henninger, the Wall Street Journal editorial page director, and editorial page writer Jillian Melchior. They discussed the new Civilian Climate Corp for Jobs and Justice promoted by Rep. Sandy Cortez, aka Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, aka AOC. Henninger describes it as mimicking the Red Guard
Arizona Democratic senator is viewed favorably by 37% of Republicans, thanks to moderate stances on the minimum wage and the filibuster.
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The image is the same across the country. Woke radical leftists are pacified with arguments about vaccines and facemasks instead of the many other major issues surrounding our nation. The post Another Pacified Woke Radical Leftist appeared first on The Liberty Loft.
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Closed societies with failing agricultural systems can sometimes fool sympathetic outsiders. In 1932 a New York Times correspondent won a Pulitzer Prize for a series of articles celebrating Stalin’s ruthless “collectivization” of agriculture, a policy that brought a collapse in production and starvation for several million Ukrainian peasants. Cuba’s recent street protests over food shortages
For most of human history, money has always been something that the government has had a hand in managing. State control over the money supply today stands at unprecedented levels with the advent of central banking institutions like the Federal Reserve and the embrace of fiat currencies. During the age of Covid-19, we have seen
Is A Liquor Shortage Looming? Alcohol sales rose dramatically during the coronavirus pandemic as some relieved stress with an adult beverage. But now, that could change as liquor shortages are metastasizing across parts of the U.S. Internet searches for “liquor shortage” have exploded to record highs this summer, especially in states like Michigan, North Carolina, South
Why Norway Won’t Give Up On Oil & Gas Authored by Tsvetana Paraskova via OilPrice.com, Norway doesn’t have any second thoughts about oil exploration and investment in light of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) report suggesting that no new fossil fuel exploration would be needed for a net-zero world. Western Europe’s biggest oil and gas