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Mayor Told Citizens To ‘Stay Home’ While Vacationing with Extended Family

(Reason) In early November, Steve Adler—the mayor of Austin, Texas—warned residents about rising COVID-19 infection rates and asked them to continue to...

What TV Can Teach Us About the White Working Class

(The American Conservative) Even in a nation obsessed with representation in the media and politics, the white working class has often gone...

Waiting for Passengers, American Puts Boeing Max in the Air

(Associated Press) American Airlines is taking its long-grounded Boeing 737 Max jets out of storage, updating key flight-control software, and flying the...

UN Calls on Humanity to End ‘War on Nature,’ Go Carbon-Free

(Associated Press) As an extreme year for hurricanes, wildfires and heat waves comes to an end, the head of the United Nations...

While Lecturing Americans on Racism, Big Business Backs China’s Slave Labor Regime

(The Federalist) Some of the largest American companies — including Apple, Nike, and Coca-Cola — are actively lobbying the U.S. Congress to weaken legislation...

NYC Bar Owner Who Defied Coronavirus Restrictions Arrested

(Associated Press) An owner of a New York City bar that was providing indoor service in defiance of coronavirus restrictions was arrested...

COVID-19 Accelerates No-Exam Trend in Life Insurance

(Associated Press) Big data is playing a prominent role in life insurance this year. Interest in coverage has surged...

National Association of Realtors Imposes Cancel Culture on Agents

(FrontPage Magazine) The National Association of Realtors claims to have 1.4 million members. There will be fewer members before long as the...

Mnuchin Defends Shut Down of Fed Emergency Loan Programs

(Associated Press) Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is defending his decision to close down a number of emergency Federal Reserve loan programs at...

S***hole San Fran’s Public-Utilities Boss Charged in Corruption Probe over China Trip

(Headline USA) The head of San Francisco’s Public Utilities Commission, which oversees millions of dollars in city contracts, was charged with bribery...