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Biden Can’t Pin His Economic Train Wreck On People Who Oppose Medical Coercion

You probably saw that the Department of Labor’s September jobs report came out last week and that it was, in a word, abysmal. As one CNBC panelist reacted, “Woah … that is real low.” When President Joe Biden gave a speech addressing the report on Friday, he painted a rosy picture, of course, spinning the numbers into a glowing reflection…

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As Newsom Recall Vote Looms, Corporations Are Fleeing California On The Double

California voters have started casting their ballots on their second gubernatorial recall ever and their first in 18 years, deciding whether to give Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom a new lease on his political life. Polling shows the recall on a knife’s edge. At the time of this writing, “Yes” — remove — narrowly leads with 48 percent of Californians polled,…

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217 House Democrats Torpedo Bill Prohibiting Corporate Cooperation With Chinese Slave Labor

House Democrats voted down a Motion to Recommit (MTR) by Kentucky Republican Rep. Andy Barr Wednesday that would have required businesses to report to the Treasury Department if they discover a supplier or other business partner is using Chinese forced labor. The final vote came with 207 Republicans in favor of the measure and 217 Democrats opposed. Under Barr’s proposal,…

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This Black-Owned Boutique In Philadelphia Didn’t Let BLM Rioters Spell Its Doom

PHILADELPHIA, P.A. — A men’s shoes and accessories store in Center City, Philadelphia was looted last summer during the Black Lives Matter riots. Owner Steve Jamison, a black man who started Blue Sole Shoes in 2007, did not see it coming. “I just thought that Philly was different,” he told me. “I thought we would respond in a different way.”…

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