Foreign Reporter Uses Bud Light as an Example of What NOT to Do

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PJiiiJane / shutterstock.comHere in America, it’s easy to forget that companies like Bud Light don’t just affect us. But as one Australian reporter warns, that doesn’t mean its chances of success are any better. Sky News host Rita Panahi recently cited the American beer company’s major business blunder as a warning to all those in her own […]

Long Time Dem Senator Announces Retirement

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Katherine Welles / shutterstock.comNews that another Democratic Senate seat might be up for grabs is here. It comes from long-time moderate Democrat and Senator Tom Carper of Delaware. On Monday, the 76-year-old announced that he would not be seeking reelection or a fifth term in the Senate—finally, someone who sees the value of retirement. But what’s even more […]

Teen is Arrested for Handing Out Bibles

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Andrey_Popov / shutterstock.comWhen a 16-year-old has been arrested multiple times in his life already, you likely think of some lost soul who’s too far involved with drugs, gang activity, or worse. What you wouldn’t see is Josh Alexander, a boy who was just arrested, again, for handing out Bibles. Yes, you read that correctly. Alexander was arrested […]

The “Gift” Pope Francis Received from Zelenskyy

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GYG Studio / shutterstock.comAs Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy continues to try to fund his war against Russia, he’s trying to make all the good impressions he can. But his recent gift to Pope Francis might have the opposite effect. As is customary, Zelenskyy’s meeting with the pope on May 13 began with a gift exchange. Francis gave Zelenskyy […]

Kim Jong Un Prepping Spy Satellite for Launch

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Andrei Armiagov / shutterstock.comAccording to reports from North Korean news agency Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), on May 16th, Kim Jong Un personally laid eyes on a military satellite and approved its progress. The satellite will be the first of its kind for North Korea, and according to the report, when Kim also blessed off on the plans […]

Insanity Point in Economy Reaches New Level

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New Africa / shutterstock.comUnless you’re one of the one-percenters who have so much money you don’t need to pay attention to consumer prices for, well, anything, you know that surviving our current economy isn’t getting any easier. And now, you’re being expected to tip just about everything. For as long as we can remember, tipping certain services and […]

Biden Admin to Ban This Education Mainstay

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SpeedKingz / shutterstock.comWith American health and childhood obesity worsening daily, it only makes sense to rethink some of our diet choices. But to ban flavored milk from school lunch programs? That’s what Biden and his cronies in the White House want to do. According to a recent report from the Wall Street Journal, the Department of Agriculture […]

Robinhood Doing What Wall Street Won’t With THIS Move

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Sergei Elagin / shutterstock.comEver since day trading and monitoring stocks 24 hours a day became one of the latest ways for investors across the nation to make money, many have been discouraged by watching prices go up or down during “non-trading” hours on the exchange. These off-hours price changes have cost many thousands of dollars because they hold […]

Feinstein Returns to Senate, but Things Aren’t Looking Good

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mark reinstein / shutterstock.comIt’s official: Dianne Feinstein is back. But is she really, or is it just for appearances? If you haven’t heard, Democratic Senator Feinstein is back in Washington, DC, and presumably back to work. She’s been out on medical leave since February, when she was diagnosed with shingles. Now, to be sure, shingles can be quite […]

AI Proof Your Life With These Three Career Fields

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Stokkete / shutterstock.comWith growing evidence that artificial intelligence (AI) will likely take over most jobs in the US and around the globe, many are worried about how long it will take before they are made obsolete. In the late 1700s Americans saw things like this happen with the innovation of loom factories, and by 1835 they were […]