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Nationwide FEMA Emergency Alert Test Today

October 4, 2023

Some people are deeming October 4, 2023, as “Turn off Your Phone Day.” Every phone across America will flash and ring with an alert from 14:20 to 14:50 hours ET. “THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed,” will appear across every wireless cell phone screen at the […]

California Raises Minimum Wage for Fast Food Workers to $20 per Hour

October 2, 2023

Effective April 1, fast food workers in California will receive a minimum wage of $20 thanks to a new law signed by Governor Gavin Newsom. This law does not extend to all minimum wage workers, only those at fast food establishments. Why? Newsom needs to buy votes and labor unions and chain restaurants have been […]

Seattle: You Get What You Vote For

September 29, 2023

@mamasissiesays You cannot convince me that went as planned 😂 #seattle #washington #politicalcomedy #funnynews #politik #politicaltiktok #jessewatters #greenscreenvideo #greenscreen ♬ original sound – Casey Jesse Watters of Fox recently took to the streets of Seattle to see how residents were handling the drastic spike in crime. The replies are far from what one would expect […]

Chicago Considers City-Run Grocers

September 26, 2023

Crime in Chicago has sent businesses fleeing. Four Walmart grocers recently closed, creating what many would call a food desert. Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson absolutely refuses to address the real problem. Johnson and the Economic Security Project are now considering city-run grocery stores that will burden law-abiding taxpayers who will need to subsidize these grocers. […]

US Border Welcomes ISIS

September 5, 2023

Why is the Patriot Act in full effect when terrorists are skipping into America from the southern border? The corrupt FBI has now admitted to a human smuggling operation at the border that includes “at leas one” person with ties to the jihadist group, ISIS. A group of people from Uzbekistan sought asylum in the […]

Biden Spent 40% of Presidency on Vacation

September 1, 2023

Karine Jean-Pierre must take a deep breath when Peter Doocy enters the room, hence why she rarely calls on him for a question. Doocy has become emboldened with his inquiries and is one of the only journalists willing to ask the tough questions. Doocy’s latest doozy: “It seems like the hurricane response so far is […]

The Cost of Homeownership in the US Spiked 91% in Two Years

September 1, 2023

The US housing market has not been this unaffordable since 1984, a new study finds. Analysts at Black Knight analyzed home prices, income, and interest rates on a monthly basis going back to 1975 and found that the average mortgage today would cost $2,423 per month on a 30-year fixed with 20% down. This marks […]

Politicians With Student Loans Push for Cancelation

August 29, 2023

Politicians will always vote in favor of their self-interests. The invisible hand is fully visible here. The Supreme Court reminded Biden that he could not bribe voters with taxpayers’ funds to cancel student debt. The enormously unpopular president needs all the bargaining chips he can get and continues fighting for student loan forgiveness. Democrats in […]

Americans Tapping into 401Ks amid Private Debt Crisis

August 14, 2023

Credit card balances in the US have surpassed $1 trillion for the first time, with balances up almost 20% from a year ago. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported that total credit card debt stood at $986 billion in the first quarter of 2023, unchanged from the record hit at the end of […]

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